Nikola Tesla : Lectures and Patents
Nikola Tesla: Lectures and Patents is one of the first reference works to come out of Belgrade following the arrival of Tesla's inheritance in 1952. Here is a wealth of information in the form of documents drawn from the Nikola Tesla Museum archive, compiled into a single large volume.
The purpose of Nikola Tesla: Lectures and Patents is to acquaint the reader with Nikola Tesla's most important works in the numerous fields of science to which he dedicated himself. This book contains two parts: lectures, and patents.
The first part contains five of the most important lectures of Nikola Tesla in chronological order. In these lectures, Tesla explained his achievements in the field of high frequencies and high voltages as well as high-frequency oscillators for electro-therapeutic and other purposes.
The second part deals with Nikola Tesla's 112 patents registered at the Patent Office of the United States of America. These patents are divided into select groups, each of which arranged according to its order of registration, and ranging from aircraft, circuit controllers, condensers, high frequency engineering, lighting, meters, motors & generators, power distribution, radiant energy, reciprocating engines, turbo machinery, to wireless technology.