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  • originators of the term electricity; regarded by some as the father of electrical engineering or electricity and magnetism. De Magnete, Magneticisque Corporibus
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  • Ambrose18491945Ponder Professor of Electrical Engineering in the U. of London. Vice-President of the Institution of Electrical Engineers This author wrote articles
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  • JaySussmanSussman,_Gerald JayJerry Sussman.jpg1947Panasonic Professor of Electrical Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). He received
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  • Popular Science Monthly/Volume 24/December 1883/The New Profession (category Electrical engineering articles in Popular Science Monthly)
    improving their position, because until recently no other branch of electrical engineering was open to them. But, during the last dozen years, great progress
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  • An Interview with the Inventor of the Crystaloi Detector Hiram Percy Maxim and Clarence D. Tuska (editors) 485938An Interview with the Inventor of
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  • Author:William Gee (category Electrical engineers)
    Winson HaldaneGeeGee,_William Winson Haldane18571928Professor in Electrical Engineering, Manchester University This author wrote articles for the Dictionary
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  • Electric Railway Journal Electrical World• Engineering News-Record American Machinist • Ingeniería Internacional Engineering & Mining Journal • Power
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  • Based on Viewing LAMBDA as RENAME plus GOTO") to the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science on May 12, 1977, in partial fulfillment of
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  • QST/February 1916/Apparatus Arrangement (category Electrical engineering)
    Apparatus Arrangement A League Member 482275Apparatus ArrangementA League Member A friend, thirty miles from my radio station, had installed a half
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  • Popular Science Monthly/Volume 24/February 1884/Under-Ground Wires (category Electrical engineering articles in Popular Science Monthly)
    country there is little doubt that the proper method of constructing electrical wires between cities is, to string them on poles in mid-air. A brief review
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  • EdwinKennellyKennelly,_Arthur Edwin18611939Irish-American electrical engineer and professor of electrical engineering at Harvard University and MIT "The Metric System
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  • Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. Head of the Department of Electrical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Consultant for Cincinnati
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  • Scientific School, Yale University. Electrical Engineering ALBERT PRUDEN CARMAN, Sc.D., Professor of Electrical Engineering, University of Illinois. Canadian
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  • Popular Science Monthly/Volume 24/April 1884/The Electric Railway (category Electrical engineering articles in Popular Science Monthly)
    we have said, the electrical energy is obtained by transforming the heat of the chemical action going on in the cell into electrical energy, so that the
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  • Sciences, including courses in civil and sanitary, mechanical and electrical engineering, chemistry, and agriculture, all leading to the degree of B.S.;
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  • wide range of industrial processes. The last great new branch is electrical engineering, which touches on the older branches at so many points that it has
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  • but in philosophy, law, medicine, music, painting and civil and electrical engineering. The teaching faculty is composed of 146 members, with a student
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  • Popular Science Monthly/Volume 57/September 1900/Electric Automobiles (category Electrical engineering articles in Popular Science Monthly)
    electricity economically; but as it requires three or more hours, the electrical vehicle cannot be used for long runs, unless the user is willing to make
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  • electrical engineering in the Western University of Pennsylvania in 1893. He is the author of many inventions in electrical and chemical engineering and
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  • he entered its faculty as instructor and assistant professor of electrical engineering in 1895. Of an inventive turn of mind, he developed several new
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