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29th Annual Weekend Meeting History of Electrical Engineering

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  • Location: Chatham Maritime, UK
  • Conference date: 29 June-1 July 2001
  • Conference number: 2001/162
  • The following topics are dealt with: electrical engineering history; power generation; lighting; archaeology; aircraft industry; Elliott company; military systems; microphones; radio; telephony; and vacuum interrupters

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  • The battle for Kingston 'B' - the fight for an important part of our industrial heritage
  • The T2 turbo-electric marine tanker
  • Fort Shannon: An example of Irish coastal defence artillery during the second world war
  • The development of microphones
  • W.H. Grinsted: a forgotten hero [automatic telephony]
  • The early use of radio in aviation
  • The ballistic bridge, and another
  • Iron in the backbone. Naval dockyards in southern England and the development of iron-framed buildings
  • Review of vacuum interrupter development carried out in London by Vacuum Interrupters Limited
  • Electronic telephone exchanges in the United Kingdom. Research and development - 1968-1979
  • A century in power: the history of Deptford Power Station
  • Lighting your country house
  • Electricity and archaeology
  • Foundations of aviation and a new British industry
  • Development of the Elliott company 1804 - 1950 [electrical engineering history]
  • Elliott Brothers to BAE Systems [avionics technology history]
  • The flood risk [London defence overview]
  • Transitory echoes and critical frequencies - their role in decoding the ionosphere over London
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