yes he did have a wife..In 1905 he married the Hon. Beatrice O'Brien, daughter of the 14th Baron Inchiquin, the marriage being annulled in 1927, in which year he married the Countess Bezzi-Scali of Rome. He had one son and two daughters by his first and one daughter by his second wife.
This Tesla CD Turbine is based on the Tesla turbine, which was invented by Nikola Tesla in the early 1900's. Tesla's pumps and motors were unique in that they only used discs, and took advantage of the boundary layer effect. His smallest designs were over 100 horsepower. It is referred to as a bladeless turbine because it uses the boundary layer effect and not a fluid impinging upon the blades as in a conventional turbine. The Tesla turbine is also known as the boundary layer turbine, cohesion-type turbine, and Prandtl layer turbine (after Ludwig Prandtl). One of Tesla's desire for implementation of this turbine was for geothermal power, which was described in "Our Future Motive Power".
Tesla wrote 'This turbine is an efficient self-starting prime mover which may be operated as a steam or mixed fluid turbine at will, without changes in construction and is on this account very convenient. Minor departures from the turbine, as may be dictated by the circumstances in each case, will obviously suggest themselves but if it is carried out on these general lines it will be found highly profitable to the owners of the steam plant while permitting the use of their old installation. However, the best economic results in the development of power from steam by the Tesla turbine will be obtained in plants especially adapted for the purpose.
They need to be able to calculate profits and forecast how well they think the business will do during the next year.
They also need to calculate the wages of all the staff each month.
Teachers can use spreadsheets to keep track of marks given for homework and recording exam results and also for registers.EngineersEngineers need to perform thousands of calculations when designing bridges, buildings, aeroplanes, cars etc.
They need to make sure that bridges will be able to support themselves and will not collapse under the weight of traffic or the force of strong winds. They need to work out how deep the foundations of a house need to be in order to support the walls and roof. They need to make sure that the aerodynamics of a plane will enable it to take off and fly.Sales peopleSales people use spreadsheets to keep track of the items they sell, the value of the items, the profit made on each item and more importantly, the commission they have earned! ScientistsScientists need to be able to keep track of their results from experiments.
They use spreadsheets to help them to analyse what happened with the experiment and also to predict what might happen if they were to change one variable.SupermarketsSupermarkets use spreadsheets to keep track of finances i.e. sales, losses and money spent.
They also use spreadsheets to work out queuing times and what are the best number of checkouts to have open at any one time during the day.Market researchersMarket researchers collect data from shoppers about their spending habits and their awareness of different brands. All of this data has to be collated and analysed in order to provide the company with a detailed report of what customers think about their products.
Just about anyone can find a use for spreadsheets. See related questions for some ideas how you can use a spreadsheet.
All major companies and a lot of smaller ones do use spreadsheets.
It is useful in budgets, accounting, graphing and a lot of clerical work.
People from almost all occupations and vocations can benefit from using spreadsheets. See related questions for some ideas how people use spreadsheets.
Microsoft Excel is used to create spreadsheets. You can use it to create sheets such as budgets. It's made up of columns and rows that allow you to calculate totals using formulas.
guglielmo macroni did his work in Italy at a lab and also some of his more popular work of the radio in America during 1877
this is the address and name of where he REALLY worked......
Marconi Company, Ltd.
Chelmsford, Essex CM2 0JQ UK
Computer scientists use computers (of course). They also use logic and programming languages to "talk" to the computers. The programming languages that are in common use are: Pascal, C, C++, C#, Java, J++, BASIC, Fortran, Visual Basic among others.
Tesla wrote many autobiographical articles for the prominent journal Electrical Experimenter, collected in the book, My Inventions. Tesla was gifted with intense powers of visualization and exceptional memory from early youth on. He was able to fully construct, develop and perfect his inventions completely in his mind before committing them to paper.
The book Nikola Tesla (1856-1943) - Lectures, Patents, Articles, now out of print, is the first major reference work published by the Nikola Tesla Museum in Beograd about the inventor. The edition appeared in 1956 and the book was subsequently reprinted in 1991. It contains the text of four lectures delivered by Tesla during the period between 1888 and 1893 plus one delivered in absentia in 1898. As for patents, the book contains only those granted to Tesla in the United States; the compilers chose to include only 99 of the 112 patents actually issued to him. Additionally there are 17 scientific and technical articles written between 1891 and 1920, 7 articles of a general nature written between 1897 and 1917, and an autobiographical article from 1915.
None during his lifetime. There's an award named after him, and Casino Royale won Best Motion Picture Screenplay, but he never really won anything.
He was knighted and won the Nobel prize for chemistry.
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Among the many awards and honors to his credit, Nikola Tesla was the recipient of Edison Medal in 1917. The International Unit of Magnetic Flux Density was named after him and is called "Tesla". A commemorative stamp was taken out by US Postal Services in the year 1983. The Order of Danilo was conferred upon him by King Nikola of Montenegro. To recognize his contributions in the field of electrical engineering, the 'Nikola Tesla' award was instituted in 1976 by the Institute of Electrical Engineers. July 10th every year is celebrated as Nikola Tesla Day in the United States.
Hooke most famously describes a fly's eye and a plant cell. Although the book is best known for demonstrating the power of the microscope, Micrographia also describes the wave theory of light, planetary bodies, , and various scientific interests of Robert Hooke. The book was published by The Royal Society in September 1665 and was first scientific best seller.
The oldest women's athletics Olympic records were set at the 1980 Games in Moscow: 1) Shot Put - Ilona Slupanek of East Germany set the Olympic record with a shot of 22.41 meters (73 feet, 6 1/4 inches) on July 24, 1980.
2) 800 meters - Nadezhda Olizarenko of USSR set the Olympic record at 1:53.43 on July 27, 1980.
3) 4x100 meter relay - The East German team of Romy Muller, Barbel Wockel, Ingrid Auerswald, and Marlies Gohr set the Olympic record of 41.60 seconds on August 1, 1980. The oldest men's athletics Olympic record is Bob Beamon's (USA) long jump of 8.90 meters (29 feet, 2 1/2 inches) set at the 1968 Games in Mexico City on October 18, 1968.
Trees or other natural elements that are in their path. As well as trees and roots, bumps in the snow or ice on the piste can slow down skiers and cause them to fall.
Sports Engineers usually practice as mechanical engineers upon first leaving University, as such I would imagine they had salaries very similar. Mycareer.edu.au estimates that this salary would be on average around 112,500. SWWEEEET!!!
Apart from the competitors, there are a whole host of people that accompanies olympic teams; including judges, medic staff, coaches (including dietary advisors as some teams even take chefs for their star competitors), and last but not least there are the country specific IOC members and country specific olympic committee members (i.e. the British Olympic Committee). Worringly there now seems to be a movement for the inclusion of sports lawyers to accompany teams (hardly in the ideal of the olympics).
In general, sedentary females from 19 to 31 age group consume 2,000 calories per day whereas males need about 2,400 but from 31 to 50 age group sedentary females require 1,800 calories daily and males need 2,200. the enegry of sedentary people is not utilized in work as they don't work hard so their energy is only utilize to sustain their internal body activities. Contrary to them, the ''athletes need'' more ''energy, ''vitamins, minerals and proteins during workouts. More protein is needed to rebuild the muscles ''between'' workouts. Therefore, ''athletes need'' more carbohydrate, fat and protein than ''sedentary'' persons, Mathematically, may be, 4 or 5 times more energy is needed to A athlete as compared to sedentary person.