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Alfred Hay

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Professor Alfred Hay (1866- ) D.Sc., M.I.E.E.

1866 Born son of James Hay.

Educated at one of the Warsaw "Gymnasia."

Training: Royal Tech. Coll., Glasgow; Faraday Works, Glasgow; University of Edinburgh and City and Guilds Eng. Coll.; Paris Elec. Exhibition Premium awarded by the I.E.E.

Career:

  • Carried out Original Investigations and Tests of Gas and Oil Engines
  • Tests of Elec. Machinery as Consultant.

Published "The Principles of Alternate Current Working", "Alternating Currents", "Continuous Current Engineering", "Electrical Distributing Networks and Transmission Lines".

By 1922 Professor of Electrical Technology, Indian Inst. of Science, Hebbal, Bangalore, India.

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