Ayrton and J.
In the Ayrton and Perry transmission dynamometer or spring coupling of this type, FIG.
Ayrton and W.
Ayrton, "Electrometer Methods of Measuring Alternating Current Power," Journ.
Ayrton and others, for measuring voltages from 10,000 volts down to 1 volt.
Later excavations have been recorded by Ayrton, Abydos, iii.; Maclver, El Amrah and Abydos; and Garstang, El Arabah.
A third fort of a squarer form is now occupied by the Coptic convent; its age cannot be ascertained (Ayrton, Abydos, (W.
WILLIAM EDWARD AYRTON (1847-1908), English physicist, was born in London on the 14th of September 1847.
His wife, Mrs Hertha Ayrton, whom he married in 1885, assisted him in his researches, and became known for her scientific work on the electric arc and other subjects.
Guided by these experiments, Ayrton, Perry and Sumpner constructed an improved unifilar quadrant electrometer which was not only more sensitive than the White pattern, but fulfilled the theoretical law of working.
This use of the instrument was proposed simultaneously in 1881 by Professors Ayrton and G.
Ayrton and Perry and also P. R.
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