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 Galileo Ferraris - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Galileo Ferraris (October 30, 1847 - February 7, 1897) was an Italian physicist and electrical engineer, noted mostly for his studies on alternating current.
Ferraris gained a Bachelor in engineering and became an assistant of technical physics near the Regal Italian Industrial Museum.
In 1889, Ferraris worked at the Italian Industrial institution, a school of electrical engineering (the first school of this kind in Italy; subsequently incorporated in the Politecnico di Torino).
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Galileo Ferraris (Livorno Vercellese/Livorno Ferraris, 30 ottobre 1847 - Torino, 7 febbraio 1897), ingegnere italiano scopritore del campo magnetico rotante e ideatore del motore elettrico alternato.
Galileo Ferraris, nato a Livorno Vercellese (ora Livorno Ferraris) nel 1847 e morto a Torino nel 1897, si laureò in Ingegneria Civile a Torino alla fine del 1869.
Ferraris si inserisce in effetti in pieno nella generazione immediatamente successiva a quella che era stata, sia pure in una piccola minoranza, protagonista diretta delle maggiori vicende del nostro Risorgimento, e che, ereditandone lo spirito pubblico e l'impegno civile, lo indirizzava ora a compiti di costruzione economica e sociale del paese.
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 Galileo Ferraris --  Encyclopædia Britannica   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Ferraris was the son of a pharmacist and the nephew of a Turin physician, to whom he was sent at age 10 and who supervised his education…
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Galileo Ferraris is an important, yet often forgotten, innovator in electrical science.
Galileo Ferraris was born in Livorno Vercellese, Italy, 31 October 1874.
Ferraris was also one of the first to participate in installing power lines to transport electrical power between two towns, in Germany in 1891, just before the Frankfurt Electrical Exposition.
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Ferraris devised a motor using electromagnets at right angles and powered by alternating currents that were 90º out of phase, thus producing a revolving magnetic field.
At the time Ferraris seems not to have thought that his principle would lead to a motor for industrial purposes, but he did suggested that it could be used as the basis of a meter for alternating current measurements.
Ferraris died in Turin on February, 7, 1897 at the age of 50.
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In 1869 Ferraris graduated in Civil Engineering at the Application School for Engineers of Turin and was appointed soon as assistant of Technical Physics at the Royal Industrial Museum.
Ferraris can then be considered as the founder of the Turinese Electrotechnic School that after him was driven by Guido Grassi,
Ferraris was also a municipal counsellor and alderman of the municipality of Turin (dal 1887), municipal counsellor of Leighorn (dal 1895 al 1897), senator of the Kingdom of Italy (since 1896).
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Galileo Ferraris[gAlElA´O fAr-rA´rEs] Pronunciation Key, 1847–97, Italian physicist and electrical engineer.
He is noted for his work on alternating current and for his discovery (1885) of the rotary magnetic field, through which he promoted the development of alternating-current motors.
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Born in Livorno in 1847, Galileo Ferraris taught at the schools of Engineering and War in Turin.
In 1885 he became famous all over the world for his ingenious discovery of rotating magnetic fields which allow electric energy to be harnessed and transported from large distances.
In 1893 Edison invited Ferraris to the Congress at Chicago for the leading people in the field of electronics.
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We have researched the Ferraris family crest in the most recognized sources of coats of arms.
In continental Europe, the most ancient recorded Coat-of-Arms was discovered upon the monumental effigy of a Count of Wasserburg in the church of St. Emeran, at Ratisobon, Germany...
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Venice, one of the oldest and most beautiful island regions of Italy, is the esteemed birthplace of numerous prominent families, including the family that bears the surname Ferraris.
It was only after an occupation was inherited by several generations in lineal descent that occupational names came to be applied to entire families, and so became a hereditary surname.
The surname Ferraris comes from the Latin word ferro which means iron.
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Ferraris was an Italian physicist who devoted much of his career to the study of alternating currents.
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This layout would go on to be used in most Ferraris of the 1980s and 1990s.
Galileo Ferraris was born in Livorno Vercellese, in what is now northern Ferraris was made President of the Electrical Department of the exhibition.
Ferraris, Galileo (gälela ' o far-rä ' res), 1847—97, Italian physicist and electrical engineer.
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The transformers, along with Galileo Ferraris's rotating field motor, started the development of the applications of alternating currents, basis of modern electrical engineering.
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It was also used by G. Ferraris in his experiments in 1884.
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Maurizio Ferraris was born in Turin in 1956 and is currently Full Professor of Theoretical Nomination of Maurizio Ferraris for a Humboldt Research Award
Born at the beginning of the Romantic Ballet period, Ferraris made her debut in her native Italy in 1844.
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Galileo Ferraris was born in Livorno Vercellese, in what is now northern Italy,
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 Galileo Ferraris - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
Galileo Ferraris - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
Galileo Ferraris (1847, 1897) was an italian physicist and electrical engineer, noted mostly for his studies on alternating current and for his discovery in 1885 of the rotary magnetic field through which he promoted the development of alternating-current motors.
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Leader in the field Bertotti (Instituto Elettrotecnico Nazionale Galileo Ferraris, Torino, Italy) weds theoretical insights and technological advances in a classical area of physics and engineering that continues to mesmerize diverse scientists.
The book is aimed at: (P) researchers and graduate students in physics, who are interested in magnetism and magnetic materials, and, more generally, in the physics of hysteresis phenomena, (P) materials scientists and engineers working on the development and application of magnetic materials, (S) mathematicians investigating the mathematical structure of hysteresis non-linearities.
Giorgio Bertotti is the research director at the IEN Galileo Ferraris in Torino, Italy, where he has been aresearcher since 1979.
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in full Galileo Galilei Italian natural philosopher, astronomer, and mathematician who made fundamental contributions to the sciences of motion, astronomy, and strength of materials and to the development of the scientific method.
His formulation of (circular) inertia, the law of falling bodies, and parabolic trajectories marked the beginning…
Explanation of Galileo's theory and experiments on the acceleration of a falling body.
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Though considered a masterpiece, it enraged the Jesuits, and Galileo was tried before the Inquisition, found guilty of heresy, and forced to recant.
He spent the rest of his life under house arrest, continuing to write and conduct research even after going blind in 1637.
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