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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1896-1897-150

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146 FACULTY OF SCIENCE ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING John Hopkinson Sc Professor Ernest Wilson Wh Sc Lecturer Thursday 3-5 Friday 15-4 Saturday 10-1 After two years passed in the Engineering Division of the College in obtaining the general training that is necessary to enable Students to successfully follow Electrical Engineer- ing they are admitted to special Course of Lectures and Laboratory Work but must produce qualifying Certificates from the Professors of Physics Chemistry and Mathematics Students who have not passed Preliminary Course at the College can be admitted on producing the same qualifying Certificates as are mentioned in the preceding clause or other evidence of equal proficiency in these subjects The William Siemens מ Laboratory is open throughout the week for advanced Students whose preparation qualifies them for conducting original researches under advice and direction of the Professor The Laboratory contains Steam-engine and Boiler Direct and Alternate Current Dynamos of latest design large Re- sistances and is thoroughly equipped with instruments of newest construction It is fitted with large set of Accu- mulators and Students are enabled to study every branch of Electrical Engineering The Prizes and Certificates given in this subject depend partly on written and partly on practical examination Visits to works in or near London will be arranged from time to time of which due notice will be given Syllabus Construction and Use of Standard Cells Ballistic Galvano- meter Quantitative Experiments on the Magnetic Qualities of Iron and Electro-Magnetic Induction Dynamo and Motor Design-Electrical and Mechanical The Direct Current Machine as Motor and Generator The Alternate Current Machine as Motor and Generator Electrometer Dynamo- meter and Brake Experiments Wattmeters Arc Lamps-
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