Proceedings of the Institution of Electrical Engineers, Band 13
Institution of Electrical Engineers., 1884
Vols. for 1970-79 include an annual special issue called IEE reviews.
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Seite 443 - Gottingen under twenty years of age, who had just entered upon his practical career with a mechanical engineer, I joined my brother, Werner Siemens, then a young lieutenant of artillery in the Prussian service, in his endeavours to accomplish electrogilding, the first impulse in this direction having been given by Professor C. Himly, then of Gottingen. After attaining some promising results, a spirit of enterprise came over me so strong that I tore myself away from the narrow circumstances surrounding...
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Seite 267 - Observations on the Dip and Variation of the Magnetic Needle, and on the Intensity of the Magnetic Force ; made during the late Voyage in search of a North-west Passage.
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