PUBLISHED BY THE U.S. NAVAL INSTITUTE
Electrical Installations of the United States Navy (1907).
By Commander Burns T. Walling, U. S. Navy, and Julius Martin, E. E., Master Electrician of the Equipment Department, Navy Yard, New York.
A Manual of the latest approved material, including its use, operation, inspection, care, and management, and method of installation on board ship.
CONTENTS: I. Incandescent Lamps.—II. Arc-Lamps and Search Lights.—III. Standard Wire.—IV. Wiring Appliances.—V. Generating Sets.—VI. Generating Sets (Continued).—VII. Motors.—VIII. Mo- tors(Continued).—IX. Miscellaneous Motor Applications.—X. The Inspection of Generating Sets and Motors.—XI. Auxiliary Apparatus and Instruments used with Generating Sets and Motors or for Tests.— XII. General Notes on Generating Sets and Motors.—XIII. Electrical Fixtures and Lanterns.—XIV. Interior and Exterior Communication.— XV. Notes on Installation.
8vo, 648 pages, 300 illustrations, full cloth. Price $6.00, post paid. Half morocco binding $6.85.
School of the Ship, etc. (1907).