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Proceedings of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers

Issue 4 • Date April 1912

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  • Pacific Coast meeting at Portland

    Publication Year: 1912, Page(s):131 - 132
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  • Pittsburgh meeting, April 25–27, 1912

    Publication Year: 1912, Page(s):133 - 134
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  • Annual convention at Boston

    Publication Year: 1912, Page(s):134 - 135
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  • Resume of proceedings of directors' meeting of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers, Friday, March 8, 1912

    Publication Year: 1912, Page(s):135 - 138
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  • Addresses wanted

    Publication Year: 1912, Page(s): 138
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  • The Forum: Dedicated to the discussion of Institute affairs

    Publication Year: 1912, Page(s):139 - 148
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  • Report of committee of tellers on nomination ballots

    Publication Year: 1912, Page(s): 148
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  • Report of committee on code of principles of professional conduct

    Publication Year: 1912, Page(s):148 - 151
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  • Annual banquet of the Pittsburgh section of the A.I.E.E.

    Publication Year: 1912, Page(s):151 - 152
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  • United Engineering Society: Treasurer's report

    Publication Year: 1912, Page(s):152 - 154
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  • Membership

    Publication Year: 1912, Page(s):154 - 161
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  • Past section and past branch meetings

    Publication Year: 1912, Page(s):161 - 176
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  • Personal

    Publication Year: 1912, Page(s): 176
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  • Obituary

    Publication Year: 1912, Page(s): 177
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  • Library accessions

    Publication Year: 1912, Page(s):177 - 182
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  • Officers and Board of Directors, 1911–1912

    Publication Year: 1912, Page(s):183 - 189
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  • Proceedings of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers: Section II — Papers, discussions and reports

    Publication Year: 1912, Page(s): 191
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  • Contents of section II

    Publication Year: 1912, Page(s): 192
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  • Electrification of a reversing mill of the Algoma Steel Co.

    Publication Year: 1912, Page(s):297 - 304
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    General Description The Algoma Steel Company of Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., Canada, has recently put into operation an electric reversing mill equipment operating the blooming mill. The mill is required to roll 75 tons per hour from ingots 20 in. (50 cm.) by 20 in. (50 cm.) into billets 8 in. (20 cm.) by 8 in. (20 cm.) in 15 passes. View full abstract»

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  • Self starting synchronous motors

    Publication Year: 1912, Page(s):305 - 361
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    The following treatment of the starting of synchronous motors is intended to apply to polyphase motors and has been worked out for those of the revolving field type, but can doubtless be so modified as to apply to motors of the revolving armature type as well. The analytical treatment of the subject applies to motors with definite pole construction. The writer has not investigated in any way start... View full abstract»

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  • Selection of a water wheel unit

    Publication Year: 1912, Page(s):363 - 381
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    Introduction One of the most interesting problems with which the engineer of a company utilizing water power has to deal is the selection of the hydraulic equipment for his plant. View full abstract»

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  • Irrigation in the Spokane Valley

    Publication Year: 1912, Page(s):383 - 394
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    The first time I made the trip through the Spokane Valley was on a hot July afternoon nearly twelve years ago. Most of it was dry pasture land, but here and there were fields of grain, many of them already cut, bound and shocked. This seemed unusual to me for that time of the year, for in my own neighborhood, some 80 miles (128 km.) south of this, the grain would not be ready to cut for some four ... View full abstract»

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  • An underground system and a few developments

    Publication Year: 1912, Page(s):395 - 401
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    In October, 1908, the Portland Railway, Light & Power Co., after serious consideration of the relative merits of the alternating current and direct current underground distribution, adopted plans for the construction of a complete system of underground conduits and cables within certain limits, which included the principal business section of the city of Portland. The Edison three-wire, 120... View full abstract»

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  • Alternating-current systems of underground distribution

    Publication Year: 1912, Page(s):403 - 414
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    In most cities where electric energy is distributed underground, particularly in congested sections, the Edison three-wire, 200-volt direct-current system is used. View full abstract»

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  • Automatic private branch exchange development in San Francisco

    Publication Year: 1912, Page(s):415 - 446
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    A few years ago, the majority, in fact a very large majority, of those interested in the technical aspect of the telephone, considered what is now well known as the automatic telephone, impracticable for central office service, even in single office districts. This erroneous idea has long since been dispelled by the installation and subsequent satisfactory operation of numerous extensive automatic... View full abstract»

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This Magazine ceased publication in 1919. The current retitled publication is IEEE Spectrum.

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