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THERE are scarcely any books which give an accurate account of the progress that has been made in recent years in applying electric currents to horology. The explanations given in-this work are. A parergon of electrical horology: electric clock patents for the period by Charles Kenneth Aked (Book) 1 edition published in in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide. Martin Ridout’s Electrical Horology Site - an excellent, comprehensive site with a well-illustrated overview of many different electric clock technologies. Electrical Horology Systems - European article on master and slave clocks. Site is dead; link is to archive copy. An electrical shock, as the name implies, involves the use of electricity in some fashion, but in what manner? An electrical motor connected to the power lines, perhaps? How about an electromagnet reacting with a permanent magnet to utilize the forces of attraction and repulsion to provide the driving force? And what of the use of a solenoid or electromagnet to lift a weight or to wind a spring?
electrical horology. After a first start in horology, he turned to show business and built up a Europe-wide career as a conjuror. In , he decided to retire and devote himself to researching the applications of electricity. First, he developed a variety of practical inventions for safety and security, before focusing on electrical horology. Horology Books Showing of 64 Longitude: The True Story of a Lone Genius Who Solved the Greatest Scientific Problem of His Time (Hardcover) by. Dava Sobel (shelved 9 times as horology) avg rating — 56, ratings — published Want to Read saving Want to Read. This book consists of 6 articles originally published in Antiquarian Horology together with a two-page bibliography on electrical timekeeping. The articles cover Murday's electrically driven balance wheel clock, Alexander Bain, the first electric clock, early batteries, electricity and magnetism, and an early electrical turret clock. Electrical Horology by H R Langham; 3rd enlarged edition, with dustjacket (part missing at top of spine), and signed by H J Stott in February Modern Electric Clocks by Philpott; 2nd edition
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