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The accompanying illustration represents the Hercules mining machine operated with the Tesla motor of the Westinghouse alternating current system. This is the first application made of the Tesla motor...
To the Editors of the Electrical World: There are countless worlds such as ours in the universe — planets revolving around their suns in elliptical orbits and spinning on their axes like gigantic tops...

Prof. Ewing, whose tests of the Parsons steam turbine were published in our last issue, recently designed a high frequency alternator adapted to be driven by this high speed turbine. The complete...

In your issue of November 18† I find a description of Professor Ewing’s high-frequency alternator, which has pleased me, chiefly because it conveyed to me the knowledge that he, and with him, no doubt...
PRESENTATION OF AWARD FOR EARLY ORIGINAL WORK AND TRIBUTES TO THE INVENTOR — NEW A. I. E. E. OFFICERS Presentation of the Edison medal to Nikola Tesla and formal report upon the newly elected officers...

The award of the Edison medal to Nikola Tesla is most appropriate, in view of the early contribution that he made to alternating-current motors. In order to recognize that contribution, one must go...

“Meritorious Achievements in His Early Original Work in Polyphase and High-Frequency Currents” to Be Honored on May 18 The seventh Edison medal, which was awarded to Nikola Tesla on Dec. 13, 1916,...
The first impressions are those to which we cling most in later life. I like to think of George Westinghouse as he appeared to me in 1888, when I saw him for the first time. The tremendous potential...

In the last issue of The Electrical World I find an article on my “Drehstrom” patent which appeared originally in Industries , and is, I believe, from the pen of the able editor of that journal. Some...

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