Description of the galvanic chronographic apparatus of the Royal Observatory, Greenwich Forming the appendix to the Greenwich Observations, 1856. by Royal Greenwich Observatory.

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Description of the galvanic chronographic apparatus of the Royal Observatory, Greenwich: forming the appendix to the Greenwich Observations, by Royal Observatory, Greenwich; Burndy Library, donor. DSIPages: This authoritative account comes from William Ellis who at that time was entrusted with the management of the galvanic apparatus for chronographic registry of Transits, movement of sympathetic clocks, and external distribution of time-signals; the receiving, issuing, and rating of chronometers; the raising or the Time-Signal-Ball at 1 o’clock; and the computations belonging to the same.

Astronomical and Magnetical and Meteorological Observations Made at the Royal Observatory at Greenwich in the YearLondon,pp. xxvi–xxxiii. Astronomical and Magnetical and Meteorological Observations Made at the Royal Observatory at Greenwich in the YearLondon,pp.

vi by: 7. The instrument carried The Thompson inch Reflector (which is to the left of the pier) and the Thompson inch Refractor (which is to the right).

As well as carrying the re-tubed inch Merz as it guiding telescope (extreme right), the refractor also carried the Thompson Photoheliograph. Description of the Galvanic Chronographic Apparatus of the Royal Observatory, Greenwich. Authors: Airy, G.

Journal: Greenwich Observations in Astronomy, Magnetism and Meteorology made at the Royal Observatory, Series 2, vol. 18, -EP8. GREENWICH (continued).—THE PARK, THE ROYAL OBSERVATORY, &c. "Heavens. what a goodly prospect spreads around Of hills, and dales, and woods, and lawns, and spires, Mr.

John Pond—Sir George Biddell Airy—Description of the Observatory and of the Instruments in Use—The Magnetic Observatory—The Galvanic Clock—Work accomplished at the.

Dent constructs and erects the Great Galvanic Chronographic Apparatus of the Royal Observatory, Greenwich. This Apparatus determines the Time of Transits and all Astronomical Phenomena observed at the Observatory. Dent constructs the New Standard Astronomical Clock at the Radcliffe Observatory, Oxford University.

Dent constructs the Astronomical Clock at the Royal Observatory. In the context of the telegraphic distribution of Greenwich time, while the early experiments, the roles of Description of the galvanic chronographic apparatus of the Royal Observatory Astronomers Royal in its expansion, and its impacts on the standardization of time in Victorian Britain have all been evaluated, the attempts of George Biddell Airy and his collaborators in constructing the Royal Observatory's time signals as the authoritative source of.

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Galvanic isolation is used where two or more electric. London, International Exhibition, Reports by the juries, Class X, Philosophical instruments and processes depending upon their use (London, ),; Airy, G. B., “Description of the galvanic chronographic apparatus of the Royal Observatory, Greenwich”, Appendix, Astronomical and meteorological observations made at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich in the year.

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In test the corrosion currents were galvanic measured over a zero-resistance ammeter (ZRA). A detailed description of this type of measurement is given elsewhere [9]. By inserting a ZRA in the electrical circuit that connects three members, it was possible to measure the galvanic current between members and simultaneously, the galvanic.

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Schmidt () [German]. The suggestion is made to those who use galvanic current in medical work, that many of the machines which employ rectified alternating current from the street mains are rather dangerous, as a breakdown in the apparatus can in certain instances throw an excessive amount of electricity into the patient.

A broad historical survey of Greenwich time is to be found in a recent book by Howse (), and for anyone having a particular interest in the introduction and development of the Greenwich time-signal service from a horological standpoint there are excellent accounts supplied more than a century ago by Ellis (), who was then employed as an Assistant at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, and had.

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I have also seen the Royal Observatory mentioned in regards to the chronometers, but can't remember if they physically supplied the devices or calibrated/rated them. I do know that the Royal Observatory was responsible for the time signals that were used to calibrate the clocks, and in the s, that meant calibration in Greenwich.

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