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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1889-1890-176

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176 ENGINEERING Light -Propagation of Light Intensity Velocity Re flection and Refraction Composition of Light Spectrum Analysis Absorption Sources of Light Wave Theory Interference Double Refraction Polarization Sound -Production and Propagation of Sound Velocity of Transmission Reflection of Sound Pitch Vibrations of Strings Rods Plates Membranes Resonance Interference of Sound Singing Flames Electricity -Statical and Dynamical Electricity and Magnet- ism and their practical applications in Telegraphy and Electric Lighting Syllabus of the Course The Laws of Electrical Action Distribution of Electricity Electrical Induction Atmospheric Electricity Electrometers Natural and Artificial Magnets Magnetic Induction Laws of Magnetic Action Distribution of Magnetism in Magnets Armatures Terrestrial Magnetism Magnetic Declination and Dip and their Variations Magnetic Intensity Electro- motive Force Primary Batteries Measurement of Currents and of Electromotive Forces Gas Batteries Batteries with Constant Currents Ohm's Law Chemical effects of Currents Voltameters Electro-plating Secondary Batteries Thermal and Luminous effects of Currents The Electric Light The Telephone and Microphone The Electric Telegraph Testing of Submarine and other Cables Measurement of the Capacity of Condensers and Cables The Mutual Action of Currents and Magnets The Induction Balance Electro Magnets Magnets Electric Machines The Dynamo-Electric Machine The Principles of Electric Lighting by Arc lamps and by Incandescent lamps The Transmission of Energy by Electric Motors Telpherage Efficiency of Motors Students of the Second and Third Years are recommended to read Tate's Mechanical Philosophy Twisden's Practical Mechanics Moseley's Principles of Civil Engineering Ran- kine's Applied Mechanics Deschanel's Natural Philosophy
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