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- Tags: George Westinghouse, Jr.
Tags: AC; air brakes; Al Schmid; alternating currents; alternating-current system; American Standard, Inc.; APICS; Berkshire House; Bill Stanley; boats; Chicago Columbian Exposition; Chicago World's Fair; East Pittsburgh Works; Education and Research Foundation of the American Production and Inventory Control Society; electric power industry; electricity; engineering; George Melville; George W. Melville; George Wallace Melville; George Westinghouse and Company; George Westinghouse Museum; George Westinghouse, Jr.; Great Barrington, Massachusetts; Hartford, Connecticut; inventions; inventors; John Dixon Gibbs; John H. McAlpine; laboratories; laboratory; labs; Lucien Gaulard; main-line locomotives; marine turbines; museums; naval vessels; Neptune; Niagara Falls; Nikola Tesla; Pan Handle Route; Panhandle Route; Pittsburgh Packing Company; Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis Railroad; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; polyphase systems; propellers; railroad electrification; railroad switching; railroads; railway signaling; railways; Reginald Belfield; rotary steam engines; Schenectady Agricultural Works; secondary generators; ships; single-phase alternative currents; steam turbines; steamboats; steamers; steamships; Stuart and Gibson; The Castle; trains; transformers; transportation; U.S. Navy; Westinghouse Air Brake; Westinghouse Air Brake Company General Office Building; Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company; Westinghouse Electric Corporation; William Stanley, Jr.; Wilmerding, Pennsylvania; World's Columbian Exposition; World's Fair: Columbian Exposition
Tags: CAD; CNC; computer numeric control; computer-aided design; computers; CW251; ECONOPAC; engineering; fabrication; gas turbines; George Westinghouse; George Westinghouse, Jr.; Great North American Factory; Hamilton, Canada; Lake Ontario; orlando; Pensacola; PGBU; PGCD; Power Generation Business Unit; Power Generation Canadian Division; Quality Assurance Program; quality control; Quality Management Institute; total quality management; TQM; WECAN; Westinghouse Canada, Inc.; Westinghouse Electric Corporation
Tags: AC; Alexander Graham Bell; alternating current; American Civil War; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; ASME; Battle of the Currents; Charles Algernon Parsons; Chicago World's Fair and Chicago Columbian Exposition; DC; direct current; electric chairs; electric power systems; electricity; electrocution; engineers; Frank Wicks; General Electric Company; George Westinghouse; George Westinghouse Museum; George Westinghouse, Jr.; George Westinghouse, Sr.; Harold P. Brown; Harold Pitney Brown; Henry Ford; high-speed turbines; inventions; inventors; John Dixon Gibbs; Lucien Gaulard; marguerite Westinghouse; mechanical brakes; mechanical engineering; Nikola Tesla; Oliver B. Shallenberger; Oliver Blackburn Shallenberger; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; railroads; railways; RMS Lusitania; Schenectady, New York; Thomas Alva Edison; Thomas Edison; trains; transformers; U.S. Army; U.S. Navy; War of Currents; War of the Current; Westinghouse Electric Company; Westinghouse Electric Corporation; William Francis Kemmler; William Kemmler; World's Columbian Exposition; World's Fair: Columbian Exposition
Tags: AFB; atmospheric fluid bed; Availability Assurance Engineering; Benjamin Franklin; bubbling bed system; circulating bed system; cogeneration; Combustion Turbine Systems Division; combustion turbines; combustors; compressors; Configuration Visibility system; electrical energy; electricity; energy; engines; gasification; George Westinghouse, Jr.; heat recovery steam generators; HRSG; industrial electrification; Mississippi River Fuel Corporation; power plants; Special Westinghouse Assistance Team; SWAT; thermal energy; Turbine Generator System; W21; W251B; W501; W501D; Westinghouse Canada, Inc.; Westinghouse Electric Corporation
Tags: 100 Years of Quality Paper Drop Contest; Air Brake Company; air brakes; Al Lagore; Alafaya Trail; alternating currently AC; Always Meet Requiremens Day; AMR; Ann Vanderveer; Betty Covington; Bill Bygren; Bill Foehlich; Bill Moorhead; Bill Thomas, Jr.; Bob Ward; Bucky Walter; Bud Lang; Centennial Art Show; centennials; Charlie Ruch; Cheryl Wisniewski; Chester Station; Chicago Columbian Exposition; Chicago World's Fair; Chuck Burkhart; Chuck Yaskanich; Colleen Repplier; Computer Center; corporations; Cy Banish; Debbie Barnwell; Dick Rahenkamp; Dick Taylor; Don Etchison; Don Udauchak; Douglas D. Danforth; E. K. Johnson; Ed Millison; Eddystone Station; electric; electric elevators; electrical; electricity; engines; Garrison Alley; Gary Bushey; Gene Cattabiani; George Dann; George Westinghouse, Jr.; George Westinghouse, Sr.; Glenn Cox; Glenn Gamble; Harold Weatherman; Howard Pierce; Human Resources Communications; industrial atom smashers; inventions; inventors; James M. Cox; James Middleton Cox; Jan Scalise; Janet Gaines; Jeff Meeri; jet aircraft engines; Jim Lau; Joe Fenza; Joe Meyers; Joe Turner; John Bushey; Karen Weaver; Kelly Corwin; Ken Johnson; kitchen appliances; Kurt Steinebronn, Jr.; Kurt Steinebronn, Sr.; logos; Lou Nagoda; manufacturing; Martha Christopher; meters; Mike Cox; Mike Thompson; motors; Nautilus; Navy; New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad; nuclear power plants; nuclear submarines; nuclear subs; orlando; Patti Millison, Jr.; Patti Millison, Sr.; Paul Kamphaus; Pearl Harbor; Peggy Johnson; Productivity and Quality Center; propulsion; Quality Achievement Award; Quality Improvement Process; radars; railway signals; railway switches; research and development; Rich Thompson; Richmond Station; RIGIFLEX; Robert A. Heinlein; Robert Anson Heinlein; Rockefeller Center; Roy Dunderdale; Shippingport Atomic Power Station; steam generators; Steve Piermont; Steve Richards; Tammie Barrier; technology; Ted Moss; television cameras; Terry Hall; The Quadrangle; Thomas Alva Edison; Thomas Edison; Tom Kuchma; trademarks; Uniform Shipping System Team; Warren G. Harding; Warren Gamaliel Harding; Westinghouse Electric Company; Westinghouse Electric Corporation; Westinghouse Power Systems; World's Columbian Exposition; World's Fair: Columbian Exposition
Tags: 1907 Bankers' Panic; 250 HP current generator belts; AC power; alternating current; American Brake Company; arc lamps; automatic air brakes; automatic train control; banking; Bergmann Electric Werke; British Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company; Bryan Electrical Company; Canadian Concrete Products Company; Canadian Westinghouse Company; Charles Parsons; Clude Valley Electric Power Company; Compagnia Italiana Westinghouse dei Freni; Compagnie Des Freins Westinghouse; Compagnie Des Lampes à Filaments Métallique; Compagnie Des Lampes A Fillaments Metalliques; Compagnie Pour Les Applications des Rayons Ultra-Violet; Consolidated Electric Light Company; Cooper Hewitt Electric Company; Copeman Electric Stove Company; double flow; East Pittsburgh and Wilmerding Coal Company; East Pittsburgh Improvement Company; Electric Properties Corporation; electric railways; electricity; Electrico-Magnetic Traction Company; electro-pneumatic air brakes; Emery Pneumatic Lubricator Company; entrepreneurs; finances; Fountain Electrical Floor Box Corporation; Franklin Electric Manufacturing Company; French Westinghouse Electric Company; friction draft gear, hydraulic draft gear; Fuel Gas and Electrical Engineering Company; generators; George Cutter Company; George Westinghouse, Jr.; Great Panic; Hartford Electric Light Company; Interborough Improvement Company; International Radio telegraph Company; inventions; inventors; J. Stevens Arms Company; Knickerbocker Crisis; Krantz Manufacturing Company, Inc.; Laurentide Mica Company; Locomotive Stoker Company; locomotives; Manhattan General Construction Company; Mansfield Vitrous Enamiling Company; McCandless Lamp Company; McKenzie-Holland Westinghouse Power Signal Company; Meriden Fire Arms Company; meters; Milwaukee Locomotive Manufacturing Company; motors; National Brake and Electric Company; National Steel Foundries; National Utilities Corporation; Nernst Lamp Company; New England Westinghouse Company; Page-Storm Drop Forge Company; Panic of 1907; Parsons single flow turbines; Perkins Electric Switch Manufacturing Company; Philadelphia Company; Pittsburgh High Voltage Insulator Company; Pittsburgh Meter Company; quick action air brakes; R. D. Nuttall Company; railway interlocks; railway signaling; railway signals; rotary converters; rotary steam engines; Sawyer-Mon Electric Company; Security Investment Company; Società Italiana Westinghouse; Société Anonyme Pour L'Explitation Des Procedes Westinghouse LeBlanc; Société Anonyme Westinghouse; Société Ékectruqye Westinghouse de Russie; Société Hongroise D'Auto System Westinghouse; Société Internationale Pour Les Applications des Rayons Ultra-Violet; South Philadelphia Company; Standard Car Heating and Ventilating Company; Standard Underground Cable Company; steam engines; steam turbines; straight air brakes; Tafford Real Estate Company; Thomas Alva Edison; Thomas Edison; Traction and Power Securities Company; Trafford Water Company; transformers; transportation; Turtle Creek and Allegheny Valley Railroad Company; Union Switch and Signal Company; United Electric Light and Power Company; United Pump and Power Company; United States Electric Lighting Company; Walker Electric Company; Waterhouse Electric Company; Westinghouise Brake and Saxby Signal Company; Westinghouse Air Brake Company; Westinghouse Air Brake Home Building Company; Westinghouse Air Springs Company; Westinghouse Automatic Air and Steam Coupler Company; Westinghouse Brake Company; Westinghouse Bremsen Gesellschaft; Westinghouse Company; Westinghouse Cooper Hewitt Company; Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company; Westinghouse Electric Company; Westinghouse Electric Corporation; Westinghouse Electric Export Company; Westinghouse Electric International Company; Westinghouse Electric Products Company; Westinghouse Elektricitäts-Gelleschaft; Westinghouse European Brake Company; Westinghouse Foundry Company; Westinghouse Friction Draft Gear Company; Westinghouse Gear and Dynamometer Company; Westinghouse Glass Company; Westinghouse Interworks Railway Company; Westinghouse Lamp Company; Westinghouse Machine Company; Westinghouse Metal Filament Lamp Company; Westinghouse Metallfaden Glühlampenfabrik Gelleschaft; Westinghouse Norsk Elektrisk Aktieselskap; Westinghouse Pacific Coast Brake Company; Westinghouse Patent Bureau; Westinghouse single double flow turbines; Westinghouse Traction Brake Company; Westinghouse Union Battery Company; Westinghouse, Church, Kerr, and Company; World's Fair Equipment Company