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Page 177 - Chagrined a little that we have hitherto been able to produce nothing in this way of use to mankind, and the hot weather coming on, when electrical experiments are not so agreeable, it is proposed to put an end to them for this season somewhat humorously, in a party of pleasure on the banks of the Sckuylkill.
Page 177 - A turkey is to be killed for our dinner by the electrical shock, and roasted by the electrical jack, before a fire kindled by the electrified bottle, when the healths of all the famous electricians in England, Holland, France and Germany are to be drank in electrified bumpers under the discharge of guns from the electrical battery.
Page 291 - As no mathematics is used and the explanations are couched in the simplest terms, this volume is an ideal first book from which to obtain the preliminary ideas necessary for the proper understanding of more advanced works.
Page 290 - Some idea of the scope of this important work and of the immense amount of labor involved in it, may be formed when it is siated that it contains definitions of about 6000 distinct words, terms, or phrases.
Page 295 - The Electric Motor and Its Applications. By TC Martin and Jos. Wetzler. With an appendix on the Development of the Electric Motor since 1888, by Dr, Louis Bell.
Page 298 - Universal Wiring Computer, for Determining the Sizes of Wires for Incandescent Electric Lamp Leads, and for Distribution in General Without Calculation, with Some Notes on Wiring and a Set of Auxiliary Tables. By Carl Hering.
Page 290 - ... that it contains definitions of about 6000 distinct words, terms, or phrases. The dictionary is not a mere word-book ; the words, terms, and phrases are invariably followed by a short, concise definition, giving the sense in which they are correctly employed, and a general statement of the principles of electrical science on which the definition is founded. Each of the great classes or divisions of electrical investigation or utilization comes under careful and exhaustive treatment ; and while...
Page 296 - The Theory and Calculation of Alternating-Current Phenomena. By Charles Proteus Steinmetz 2.50 Central Station Bookkeeping. With Suggested Forms. By HA Foster 2.50 Continuous Current Dynamos and Motors. An Elementary Treatise for Students. By Frank P. Cox, BS 271 pages, 83 illustrations 2.00 Electricity at the Paris Exposition of 1889. By Carl Hering. 250 pages, 62 illustrations. 2.00 Electric Lighting Specifications for the use of Engineers and Architects.
Page 177 - Chagrined a little that we have been hitherto able to produce nothing in this way of use to mankind; and the hot weather coming on, when electrical experiments are not so agreeable, it is proposed to put an end to them for this season, somewhat humorously, in a party of pleasure on the banks of...