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 Posted: Fri Jan 21st, 2022 11:11 pm
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Bill Samek
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A very interesting video on the early history of Tessla / Dolivo-Dobrovolsky / Westinghouse and their poly phase motors and generators. Well done and easy to understand.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NEkegQanD2I

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 Posted: Sat Jan 22nd, 2022 02:05 am
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     Thanks for posting that link, Bill. Not only did she make a fine presentation, but I believe it's the first time I've heard the history in essence done correctly... I'd like to hear how she weaves Charles S. Bradley into the story... That video was time well-spent, thanks again.

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 Posted: Sat Jan 22nd, 2022 04:41 am
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 Posted: Sat Jan 22nd, 2022 04:47 am
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