The Second Great War No. 43

THE ELECTRICAL ENCYCLOPEDIA 'Third JE ih iio n - Hcwly Revised and Extended Great FREE Offer 37 Plates (1 inC o lou rand 8 Folding Plates). 2 Large Folding Charts. Over 120 Reference Tables and Charts. Above is greatly reduced illustration of the four volumes. THE SCOPE OF THE ENCYCLOPEDIA Will be seen in this list oj sections on which it was built up. A c cum u la tor sand Batteries. Applications o f E l e ctr i city .—Indus­trial, domestic, medical, scientific, etc., as. for instance, Agriculture, Cinema Plant, Refrigeration, Ultra-Violet Ray apparatus, Welding, eto. Definition s.—An essential group witli hundreds of items. Gene r a tor sand Motors ,A.C. and D.C.— Including largo and small machines, from the 32,000 kVA alternator to the tiny fractional h.p. motor with all acces­sory machines and apparatus. Heating and Coo king .—Every form uf modern apparatus described with main­tenance and repair notes. 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