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British Thomson-Houston Summer School

Nature volume 162, page 19 (03 July 1948) | Download Citation



THE British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd., Rugby, is holding a summer school in electrical engineering during July 12-16. Sir Henry Tizard is to open the school, which will consist of lectures and discussions on such topics as electronic control of motors, magnetic sheet steel, examination of large forgings, high-power pulse generation, power system analysis, switchgear problems, betatron developments, electric discharge and fluorescent lamps, etc. Tours of the Company‘s works have also been arranged. The purpose of the school is to enable engineers in academic posts to obtain first-hand knowledge of the more important recent advances in electrical engineering ; attendance is by invitation of the Company. Further particulars can be obtained from the Manager, Publicity Department, British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd., Rugby.

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