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Electrical Progress and its Unsolved Problems

Nature volume 114, pages 105106 (19 July 1924) | Download Citation



THE above was the title of the James Forrest lecture delivered at the Institution of Civil Engineers on Tuesday, July 8, by Prof. Elihu Thomson. The lecturer recalled Col. Crompton's James Forrest lecture in 1905 entitled “Unsolved Problems in Electrical Engineering,” and proposed to deal with similar matters from the present point of view, directing attention to the recent advances in various departments of electrical work.

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