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" Since the great discovery of magnetic electricity by Faraday in 1830, electricians have had recourse to mechanical force for the production of their most powerful effects ; but the power of the magneto-electrical machine seems to depend in an equal measure... "
Minutes of Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers - Page 362
by Institution of Civil Engineers (Great Britain) - 1884
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Volume 15

Royal Society (Great Britain) - Electronic journals - 1867
...; but the power of the magneto-electrical machine seems to depend in an equal measure upon the/orce expended on the one hand, and upon permanent magnetism...has been lately suggested to me by my brother, Dr. Werner Siemens of Berlin, which proves that permanent magnetism is e 4-8 6-2 5-9 •900 8-4 4-0 6-0...
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Volume 15

Royal Society (Great Britain) - Electronic journals - 1867
...production of their most powerful effects ; but the power of the magneto-electrical machine seems to depend in an equal measure upon the force expended on the...has been lately suggested to me by my brother, Dr. Werner Siemens of Berlin, which proves that permanent magnetism is 4-0 oO 7-6 7-6 K-3 6-4 6-8 8-5 •910...
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The Student's Text-book of Electricity

Henry Minchin Noad - Electricity - 1879 - 615 pages
...; hut the power of the magneto-electrical machine seems to depend in an equal measure upon the/orce expended on the one hand, and upon permanent magnetism...has been lately suggested to me by my brother, Dr. Werner Siemens, of Berlin, which proves that permanent magnetism is not requisite in order to convert...
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Magneto-electric and Dynamo-electric Machines: Their Construction ..., Volume 1

Heinrich Schellen - Electric engineering - 1884
...production of their most powerful effects ; but the power of the magneto-electrical machine seems to depend in an equal measure upon the force expended on the...has been lately suggested to me by my brother, Dr. Werner Siemens, of Berlin, which proves that permanent magnetism is not requisite in order to convert...
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Electro-deposition

Alexander Watt (F.R.S.A.) - Electrometallurgy - 1887 - 568 pages
...; but the power of tho magneto -electric machine seems to depend in an equal measure upon the forve expended on the one hand, and upon permanent magnetism...has been lately suggested to me by my brother, Dr. Werner Siemens, of Berlin, which proves that permanent magnetism is not requisite in order to convert...
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The Scientific Works of C. William Siemens ...: Electricity and miscellaneous

Sir Charles William Siemens - Electricity - 1889
...production of their most powerful effects ; but the power of the magneto-electrical machine seems to depend in an equal measure upon the force expended on the one hand, and upon permanenl magnetism on the other. An experiment, however, has been lately suggested to me by my brother,...
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Philosophical Magazine: A Journal of Theoretical, Experimental and Applied ...

Physics - 1867
...production of their most powerful effects ; but the power of the magneto-electrical machine seems to depend in an equal measure upon the force expended on the...has been lately suggested to me by my brother, Dr. Werner Siemens of Berlin, which proves that permanent magnetism is not requisite in order to convert...
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