Electric Illumination, Bind 1

Forsideomslag
James Dredge
Cambridge University Press, 18. dec. 2014 - 904 sider
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Two years after Thomas Edison patented his electric light bulb, the 1881 International Exposition of Electricity in Paris, featuring many spectacular lighting displays, showcased the potential of this technology for commercial and domestic use. The accompanying International Congress of Electricians also agreed on international standards for units of electrical resistance, potential and current. In its wake, James Dredge (1840-1906), editor of the British periodical Engineering, compiled this illustrated overview of electrical technology and its application to lighting. First published in two volumes between 1882 and 1885, and using material that had previously appeared in Engineering, as well as new articles by various contributors, this substantial work reflects the complexities and possibilities of a propitious technological development. Among other topics, Volume 1 covers electrical units, methods of generation, conductors, and various kinds of lamp. The appendices give abstracts of British electrical patents from 1837 to 1872.
 

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ELECTRICAL UNITS The British Association Committee on Absolute Units
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Figs 2 3 4 5 Marcel Deprez FishBone Galvanometer 15 16
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Edisons Intermittent Electric Current Counter
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enerator
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THE MEASUREMENT OF ELECTRICAL INTENSITY The Fishbone Galvanometer
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Electric Carbons Burning in Air
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Heat Spectrum of the Electric Arc
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THE MECHANICAL PRODUCTION OF ELECTRIC CURRENTS Fundamental
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9 ?? for Continuous Currents 199 200 201
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The Brush DynamoElectric Generator e e e
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to 23 Diagrams Illustrating the Lines of Magnetic Force 39 to
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to 26 Diagrams Illustrating Induced Currents 47 to
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Heinrichs DynamoElectric Generator
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THE THEORY OF DYNAMO ELECTRIC GENERATORS The Principle
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Pixiis MagnetoElectric Machine
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Figs 61 62 Diagrams Showing Direction of Currents in the Pixii Generato
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Figs 63 64 Commutator of the Pixii Generator e e
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Diagrams of Armatures
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Clarkes MagnetoElectric Generator e e e
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Figs 66 67 68 The Elias ElectroMotor 102
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Stöhrers MagnetoElectric Generator e
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Figs 70 71 Stöhrers Commutator
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Figs 72 73 Kings MagnetoElectric Generator
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Figs 74 75 Millwards ??
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Shepards e e
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Figs 77 78 Belfords ?? e e
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Knights MagnetoElectric
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The Alliance MagnetoElectric Generator
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Figs 86 87 88 Hjorths DynamoElectric Generator 120
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Siemens Armature e
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to 94 Holmes MagnetoElectric Generator 122
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to 97 ?? ?? e 124
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to 104 Pacinottis ElectroMagnetic Machine 127 128 129 134
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Wildes MagnetoElectric Generator a
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Wheatstones DynamoElectric Generator e e
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to 113 Varleys ??
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Figs 114 115 116 Siemens 141
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to 121 Wildes ?? 143
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Figs 122 123 Varleys
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to 127 The Gramme Ring o o 147 149
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Figs 128 129 The Gramme MagnetoElectric Generator 1871 e e
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to 132 The Gramme Dynamo 1872 152
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?? 3 1873 for ElectroMetallurgical
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to 137 Gramme MagnetoElectric Generator e e e 156
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Gramme DynamoElectric Generator 1874 e 6
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?? with Horizontal Field Magnets 1874
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DynamoElectric Generator 1881 e 170
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Lontins 174 175
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Lontins Alternating Distributing Machine e 179 180
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WallaceFarmers DynamoElectric Generator e 183
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De Meritens MagnetoElectric Generator for Lighthouse Installations 194 195
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De Meritens MagnetoElectric Generator for Workshops e 197
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SECTION III
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ARBONS Greener and Staite 1846 Staite 1847 Le Molt 1849 Pearce 1849 Slater
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ARC LAMPS Wright 1845 Staite 1847 Staite 1848 Archereau 1848 Foucault 1849 PAGE
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THE JABLOCHKOFF CANDLE First Public Announcement of the Jablochkoff Candle
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INCANDESCENCEARC LAMPS Greener and Staite Staite 1846 Harrison 1857
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