The Inventions, Researches and Writings of Nikola Tesla with Special Reference to His Work in Polyphase Currents and High Potential Lighting [NOOK Book]

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The Inventions, Researches and Writings of Nikola Tesla with Special Reference to His Work in Polyphase Currents and High Potential Lighting by Thomas Commerford ...
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The Inventions, Researches and Writings of Nikola Tesla with Special Reference to His Work in Polyphase Currents and High Potential Lighting

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The Inventions, Researches and Writings of Nikola Tesla with Special Reference to His Work in Polyphase Currents and High Potential Lighting by Thomas Commerford Martin, Editor The Electrical Engineer; Past-President American Institute Electrical Engineers

1894

CONTENTS
Dedication
Preface.
Part 1. Polyphase Currents.
Chapter 1. Biographical and Introductory.
Chapter 2. A New System of Alternating Current Motors and Transformers.
Chapter 3. The Tesla Rotating Magnetic Field.--Motors with Closed Conductors.--Synchronizing Motors.--Rotating Field Transformers.
Chapter 4. Modifications and Expansions of the Tesla Polyphase Systems.
Chapter 5. Utilizing Familiar Types of Generator of the Continuous Current Type.
Chapter 6. Method of Obtaining Desired Speed of Motor or Generator.
Chapter 7. Regulator for Rotary Current Motors.
Chapter 8. Single Circuit, Self-Starting Synchronizing Motors.
Chapter 9. Change from Double Current to Single Current Motor.
Chapter 10. Motor with “Current Lag” Artificially Secured.
Chapter 11. Another Method of Transformation from a Torque to a Synchronizing Motor.
Chapter 12. “Magnetic Lag” Motor.
Chapter 13. Method of Obtaining Difference of Phase by Magnetic Shielding.
Chapter 14. Type of Tesla Single-Phase Motor.
Chapter 15. Motors with Circuits of Different Resistance.
Chapter 16. Motor with Equal Magnetic Energies in Field and Armature.
Chapter 17. Motors with Coinciding Maxima of Magnetic Effect in Armature and Field.
Chapter 18. Motor Based on the Difference of Phase in the Magnetization of the Inner and Outer Parts of an Iron Core.
Chapter 19. Another Type of Tesla Induction Motor.
Chapter 20. Combinations of Synchronizing Motor and Torque Motor.
Chapter 21. Motor with a Condenser in the Armature Circuit.
Chapter 22. Motor with Condenser in One of the Field Circuits.
Chapter 23. Tesla Polyphase Transformer.
Chapter 24. A Constant Current Transformer with Magnetic Shield between Coils of Primary and Secondary.
Part 2. The Tesla Effects with High Frequency and High Potential Currents.
Chapter 25. Introduction.--The Scope of the Tesla Lectures.
Chapter 26. Experiments with Alternate Currents of Very High Frequency and Their Application to Methods of Artificial Illumination.[1]
Chapter 27. Experiments with Alternate Currents of High Potential and High Frequency.[2]
Chapter 28. On Light and Other High Frequency Phenomena.[3]
Chapter 29. Tesla Alternating Current Generators for High Frequency, in Detail.
Chapter 30. Alternate Current Electrostatic Induction Apparatus.[6]
Chapter 31. “Massage” with Currents of High Frequency.[7]
Chapter 32. Electric Discharge in Vacuum Tubes.[8]
Part 3. Miscellaneous Inventions and Writings.
Chapter 33. Method of Obtaining Direct from Alternating Currents.
Chapter 34. Condensers with Plates in Oil.
Chapter 35. Electrolytic Registering Meter.
Chapter 36. Thermo-Magnetic Motors and Pyro-Magnetic Generators.
Chapter 37. Anti-Sparking Dynamo Brush and Commutator.
Chapter 38. Auxiliary Brush Regulation of Direct Current Dynamos.
Chapter 39. Improvement in the Construction of Dynamos and Motors.
Chapter 40. Tesla Direct Current Arc Lighting System.
Chapter 41. Improvement in “Unipolar” Generators.
Part 4. Appendix.--Early Phase Motors and the Tesla Mechanical and Electrical Oscillator.
Chapter 42. Mr. Tesla’s Personal Exhibit at the World’s Fair.
Chapter 43. The Tesla Mechanical and Electrical Oscillators.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014267373
  • Publisher: Denise Henry
  • Publication date: 3/26/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 494
  • File size: 8 MB

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