The Magnetic Force of Charles Proteus Steinmetz

  title={The Magnetic Force of Charles Proteus Steinmetz},
  journal={IEEE Power Engineering Review},
  • Published 1996
  • History
  • IEEE Power Engineering Review
harles Proteus Steinmetz (1 8651923) is well-known as a pioneer of the electrical industry. His lifetime achievements are remarkable, and his strength of character admirable. This article is based on two resources available through the GE Hall of Electrical History: The Steinmetz Era: 1892 to 1923 (Volume 2 of The General Electric Story) Dr. Steinmetz’s Own Estimate of His Work (Chapter 5 of Recollections of Steinmetz, by Emil J. Remscheid. 
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