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Water heating is a thermodynamic process using an energy source to heat water above its initial temperature. Typical domestic uses of hot water are for cooking, cleaning, bathing, and space heating. In industry, both hot water and water heated to steam have many uses. (Wikipedia.org)






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The Annual IEEE PES General Meeting will bring together over 2900 attendees for technical sessions, administrative sessions, super sessions, poster sessions, student programs, awards ceremonies, committee meetings, tutorials and more


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Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine, IEEE

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Applied Superconductivity, IEEE Transactions on

Contains articles on the applications and other relevant technology. Electronic applications include analog and digital circuits employing thin films and active devices such as Josephson junctions. Power applications include magnet design as well asmotors, generators, and power transmission


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Dielectrics and Electrical Insulation, IEEE Transactions on

Electrical insulation common to the design and construction of components and equipment for use in electric and electronic circuits and distribution systems at all frequencies.


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Forced-oil and forced-water circulation for cooling oil-insulated transformers

Proceedings of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 1907

With the increased demand for large individual transformers, and for installations of large aggregate capacity, the relative merits of forced-oil and forced-water circulation for the cooling of oil-insulated transformers have been recently receiving the special attention of transformer designers.


Notes on the electric heating plant of the Biltmore estate

Proceedings of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 1908

Under the conditions of modern life electricity is an indispensable adjunct to the successful conduct of an establishment the size of Biltmore House; in this residence, besides the power, lighting and signal service, it is now also used for heating.


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An exhaust steam turbine plant

Proceedings of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 1908

At the Wisconsin Steel Company's Mill at South Chicago the turbine utilizes the exhaust steam from a reversible engine which drives the blooming rolls. The steam passes first to the receiver which takes out the shock of the puffs of steam, thence to the steam accumulator or “regenerator”, and from there to the turbine and condenser. The general layout of ...


Some features of domestic electric cooking and heating

Proceedings of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 1916

Although electric cooking and heating has always been considered possible, it has only recently become popular; hence the engineer is found unprepared with information on the characteristics of the load. From tests made on a number of domestic cooking and heating installations, it would appear that electric cooking has a better load factor than a lighting load and that this ...


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  • Forced-oil and forced-water circulation for cooling oil-insulated transformers

    With the increased demand for large individual transformers, and for installations of large aggregate capacity, the relative merits of forced-oil and forced-water circulation for the cooling of oil-insulated transformers have been recently receiving the special attention of transformer designers.

  • Notes on the electric heating plant of the Biltmore estate

    Under the conditions of modern life electricity is an indispensable adjunct to the successful conduct of an establishment the size of Biltmore House; in this residence, besides the power, lighting and signal service, it is now also used for heating.

  • Machine Type Communication (MTC)

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  • An exhaust steam turbine plant

    At the Wisconsin Steel Company's Mill at South Chicago the turbine utilizes the exhaust steam from a reversible engine which drives the blooming rolls. The steam passes first to the receiver which takes out the shock of the puffs of steam, thence to the steam accumulator or “regenerator”, and from there to the turbine and condenser. The general layout of the plant is shown in Fig. 2.

  • Some features of domestic electric cooking and heating

    Although electric cooking and heating has always been considered possible, it has only recently become popular; hence the engineer is found unprepared with information on the characteristics of the load. From tests made on a number of domestic cooking and heating installations, it would appear that electric cooking has a better load factor than a lighting load and that this load factor improves as the number of ranges increases. The errors incident to these tests are discussed. The demand factors on being plotted against number of ranges appear to follow a logarithmic curve which may be accounted for by the fact that a modification of the law of probability would no doubt determine the probable coincident demand of a number of ranges and that this law is a logarithmic function. Suggestions are made for the checking of these results by others. In the heating field, the effect of water heaters superimposed on range loads is discussed in relation to their effect on the central station loads and income.

  • Discussion on “notes on the electric heating plant of the Biltmore estate.” Atlantic city, N. J., June 29, 1908

    Percy H. Thomas: This paper is a little out of the ordinary, but the subject which it treats is well worth the attention of light and power men, as indicating how under certain conditions additional load may be gotten. I think the main lesson to be taken from what Mr. Waddell says, is that it is necessary to treat such matters as engineering problems when dealing with electric heating on a large scale, just as in the case of the boiling of water on a large scale in steam-electric plants. The heating of tea kettles and curling irons can be handled satisfactorily without special engineering training, but when large quantities of water are to be heated by electrical means of any kind it is necessary to treat the case as an engineering problem.

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  • Emergency generating stations for service in connection with hydroelectric transmission plants under Pacific Coast conditions

    No matter what care and skill are exercised in designing and constructing a hydroelectric plant, with accompanying high-tension transmission lines, absolute continuity of service is a thing which cannot be assured. This is more particularly true of our western plants as compared with those of the eastern section of the country, and is especially true in California. Practically all of our important hydroelectric plants are located on streams which find their way down the western slope of the Sierra Nevada range of mountains through deep canyons. The sides of the canyons are usually very steep, and furnish very poor foothold for ditch construction. The cost of driving tunnels is usually prohibitive, and in the majority of cases, box flumes, built of lumber, are used to carry the water.

  • Discussion on “electric heating.” New York, November 8, 1908

    Charles E. Waddell (by letter): Dividing heat applications into low-potential quantity and high-potential intensity types is a very expressive way of classifying two general conditions. In high-potential heating problems it has been demonstrated that the cost of electrical energy has little or no bearing on economy. Other factors enter that more than compensate for any discrepancy in calorific value between electricity and fuels; for example, electric glue cookers, laundry irons, and apparatus in printing and embossing plants. The field for this type of heating apparatus is decidedly small as compared with the field for low-potential applications; and it is this latter class that presents diverse conditions and offers fascinating opportunities for specific, solution. Elusive in its nature, difficult to measure, and next to impossible to insulate, heat is in many respects a more subtle and difficult form of energy to control than is electricity. When comparing electric heating with fuels in the realm of domestic heating, the fact must never be lost sight of that by means of electrical measuring instruments the quantity of heat delivered by the electrical apparatus can be accurately determined; whereas in the case of fuel apparatus, while the calorific value of the fuel itself may be known, the efficiency of such apparatus is so variable and uncertain that its economy is largely a matter of conjecture.

  • The myrawatt

    The object of this communication is to introduce a new unit of power which, if adopted, will afford a basis of comparison of all converters of energy, thermal and mechanical; and also will be international in its character, as it is merely a new multiple of the watt.



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