General Electric Review, Volumes 12-13

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Contents

Foreign Transportation Problems
21
Electric Drive in Railroad Shops
29
A Flooded Power Plant
37
Roller Bearing Trolley Base
45
Editorial
51
The United Boxboard and Paper Company Lockport N Y
57
Testing Outfits for College Laboratories
64
Street Lighting from Interurban Railway Circuits
70
The Switchboard
78
Variable Ratio Converters Part IV
84
New PayAs YouEnter Cars for Chicago 111
93
Editorial
99
Electric Drive in Cement Plants
108
The Manufacture of Iron and Steel in the Electric Furnace
114
Thermodynamics Part III
125
Rotary Condensers in Steel Mills
137
A New Arc Lamp for Twentyrive Cycle Circuit
144
Editorial
149
Reminiscences of Early Arc Lighting Apparatus
158
Economy Tests of High Speed Engines
170
A Well Lighted Store
176
Application of Alternating Current Variable Speed Motors to Paper Calenders
184
Obituary
192
Editorial
243
Volt Direct Current Railway Operation
253
Feeder Regulators and Their Importance in A C Systems of Distribution
263
The Intensified Enclosed Arc
273
Steel Wheels on Mining Locomotives
281
Solenoid Brakes for A C Crane Hoist and Mill Motors
287
The Jhelum Power Installation
293
Some Interesting Features about Tungsten Lamps
307
Foreign Shipping Routine
315
Gears and Pinions
325
Centrifugal Air Compressors
333
Editorial
339
Alloys Part 1
347
Series and Multiple CutOuts Absolute Automatic Types
353
Installation of Tungsten Lamps in Park Building Pittsburg Pa
362
The KnyScheerer Company
368
Flame Arc Lamps for Foundry and Mill Lighting
377
Editorial
387
An Explanation of Some of the Differences Between English and American Practice
389
Economical Operation of Sawmills and the Manufacture of Ethyl Alcohol from Sawdust
398
Logarithmic Curves Part I
404
Switchboard for United States Mint San Francisco Cal
412
Duluth and San Francisco Fire Boats
420
Alloys Part II
426
158
431
Editorial
437
Transmission Line Calculations Part I
447
Railway Converter Power Factor 4
457
The Sewells Point Coal Pier of the Virginian Railway 453
463
Portable Electrical Measuring Instruments
475
Transmission Line Constants Part III 429
479
Editorial
485
The Photograph Department
491
Central Stations for Towns of 1000 or 1200 Inhabitants
500
Electric Drive in Grain Elevators and Flour Mills
508
Transmission Line Calculations Part II
514
Electrically Heated Oil Tempering Baths
522
Editorial
533
GasoleneElectric Generating Sets
540
Transmission Line Calculations Part III
546
A Graphical Method for Predetermining Voltage Variation in D C Machines
556
The Sale of Motors by Central Stations
565
Meeting of Small Motor Specialists
573
Editorial
5
Transmission Line Calculations Part V
72
Transmission Line Constants Part VII
82
A Financial Statement of the Cauvery HydroElectrical Development India
85
Some Points of Modern Practice in Induction Motor Construction
91
The WestportStockton Coal Companys Colliery Westport New Zealand
149
Commercial Electrical Testing Part VI
159
Electricity on the Farm
166
Hyperbolic Functions and Their Application to Transmission Line Problems Part I 177
177
Key for the Complete Calculation of a Transmission Line
186
187
187
The SinglePhase Induction Motor Part I
197
Commercial Electrical Testing Part II
204
A MotorOperated Billet Mill 210
210
Hyperbolic Functions and Their Application to Transmission Line Problems Part II
220
Underground Electrical Distribution 227
227
Apparent Change of Ratio of Transformation in ThrcePhasc Transformers
235
The SinglePhase Induction Motor Part II 245
245
High Speed Motors for Wood Working Machinery 251
251
Commercial Electrical Testing Part VIII 259
259
Electricity in The Mines of the Davis Coal and Coke Company 268
268
Volt RailroadA Study of its Value for Interurban Railways 274
274
62
279
Small Buffing and Grinding MotorsDrawn Shell Type
282
Notes on the Magnitude of the Losses Incidental to the Transformation of the Energy
293
67
295
Electrically Driven Portable Elevators and Conveyors
302
72
307
Electric Toaster for Hotels and Restaurants
310
Commercial Electrical Testing Part IX
319
Electric Current in Rain and Snow Storms
325
Determination of Resistance Steps for the Acceleration of Series Mctors
331
76
332
Power in The Silk Mill
341
The Electrification of the Cascade Tunnel of the Great Northern Railway Company 349
349
84
356
Commercial Electrical Testing Part X
357
Readville Repair Shop of the N Y N H H R
367
85
372
Water Rate and Coal Consumption of Turbines
376
An Interesting Meter Installation
383
91
388
Economics of Railway Electrification 389
389
95
397
The Steam Turbine Part I 399
399
Commercial Electrical Testing Part XI 409
409
A New Method of Color Testing 419
419
The Electric Light Plant at Mukden Manchuria 428
428
Obituary
434
319
447
Transmission Line Constants Part IV 477
477
Editorial
483
Washington Baltimore Annapolis 1200 Volt D C Railway
492
Aeronautical
495
Commercial Electrical Testing Part XIII
503
The Electrical Equipment of the John N Robins Co Erie Basin Brooklyn
513
Notes on Electric Lighting Part II
520
331
522
First Annual Meeting of Switchboard Specialists 526
526
VOL XIII No 12 by cJtfSSVL DECEMBER 1910
531
Compensators Part I 539
539
330
545
The Promise of Electrified Agriculture 546
546
Installation of Low Pressure Turbine Bettendorf Axle Company Davenport Iowa 554
554
The Curtis Turbine Part II 560
560
Notes on Electric Lighting Part III 566
566
Notes 576
576

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