On lightning-guards for telegraphic purposes and on the protection of cables from lightning with observations on the effect of conducting enclosures by Oliver Lodge

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  • Lightning protection.,
  • Telegraph cables.

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Other titlesOn the protection of cables from lightning.
Statementby Oliver Lodge.
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Paginationp. [346]-409 :
Number of Pages409
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Open LibraryOL18605485M

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As a result of being asked to give public lectures on the subject, the eminent physicist Oliver Lodge () published in a pioneering study of the protection of buildings, cables and telegraphic instruments from the devastation caused by lightning strikes.

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This telegraph was of practical value in comparing clocks and for other purposes. Gauss stimulated his pupil Steinheil to a bolder undertaking, in which he was assisted by the Bavarian government. Stein-heil's telegraph, completed inextended 12 m., employed but a single wire, and made use of the earth to complete the circuit.

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