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    Nikola Tesla The inventor Nikola Tesla lived from July 10, 1856 to January 7, 1943, he was a well-known engineer who designed the alternating-current (AC) electric system. He was born in what is now Croatia; he came to the United States in 1884 and worked for Thomas Edison for a while before they both went their separate ways. Tesla sold several patent rights to George Westinghouse; one of those was his AC machinery. During Tesla’s career he discovered, designed and developed ideas for a number of inventions that ended up being patented by other inventor’s. Tesla’s history Nikola Tesla was born to Dijuka Mandic who invented small household appliances in her spare time, his father Milutin Tesla, was a Serbian orthodox priest and writer, he wanted his son to follow in his footsteps and become a priest. But Nikolas was much more interested in science. He was one of five children his siblings where Dane, Angelina, Milka, and Marcia. Tesla went to study at Realschule, Karlstadt (it was renamed to…

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    one man calls God, another calls the laws of physics.” [1]. Nikola Tesla was born in the industrial age under the Austrian empire on 10th July 1856. Being raised with advance knowledge of engineering and science, Tesla started his career with the emerging electric power industry in the early 1880’s for whom he worked for until the late 1880’s. His first significant achievement happens with AC or Alternating Current. He has owned the patents for the Alternating Current Induction Motor [2] and…

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    Nikola Tesla was an innovative intellectual of the Gilded Age whose ideas were far ahead of his time. The modern world would be nothing like it is today without Tesla’s insights. He revolutionized the scientific community and the world’s knowledge of electric current, but there were plenty of other interesting facets of his life and career. He was much more than an engineer, and unfortunately, many of his peers underestimated him on account of his quirkiness and battle with mental illness.…

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    Nikola Tesla was a phenomenal engineer and inventor, who may have had some mental issues but never let that prevent him from doing amazing things. My interest in Nikola Tesla comes from his work including electric power. As an electrical engineer I am obviously interested in electricity myself. When he was nineteen years of age he started studying electrical engineering at Polytechnic Institute at Graz in Austria. There he was an excellent student. In June of 1884, Tesla traveled to New York…

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    Responsible for the radio, x-ray machine, and many other innovations, Nikola Tesla receives almost no credit for his master mind. Even though he was not recognized for his works, he still kept pursuing his dream primarily to create a better world for man-kind to inhabit. Nikola Tesla, known only as a footnote in the history of engineering, has shaped our modern day interactions by his dedication to doing the “impossible.” How a man is raised will not only impact him, but those who are prominent…

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    Nikola Tesla and His Revolutionary Contributions to America “Every living being is an engine geared to the wheelwork of the universe. Though seemingly affected only by its immediate surrounding, the sphere of external influence extends to infinite distance” (Tesla). Nikola Tesla was born on July 10th, 1856 in Smiljan, Croatia. His mother was the one to spark his curiosity in inventing, so much so that he ended up leaving Europe at the age of 28 to go to America. Once there, he met up with…

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    Company Overview Named after the inventor Nikola Tesla, Tesla Motors was founded in Silicon Valley on July 2003. It is an American motorized and energy conserving company that designs, develops, and sells electrics cars and vehicle powertrain gears and battery merchandise made in their factory in Fremont, California. The founders wanted to introduce electric cars to the world which are environmentally friendly with no emissions and incredible power to show that electric cars can in fact be…

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    they all are the result of those intelligence people’s life of never-ending quest. One of those intelligence people that has had a big effect on growth and development of our life was Nikola Tesla. He was a man, who made a big revolution during his life. He introduced a new and sleeker world to the people of his time. From his childhood, he had a dream to make a big change in the world and that led him to be a man to use his intelligence to invent the world’s most important inventions such as…

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    Gustavo Oliveira Coutinho, 4º ano Class: 4BTEL Innovate Tesla: the resurgence of Nikola Tesla from oblivion to spotlight Introduction Nikola Tesla is one of the most controversial figures on science. While many judged him simply as a mad scientist, few were able to see how he was ahead of his own time, providing the theoretical and practical foundation to several modern equipments. We, as a society, not only owe Tesla for the AC (alternating current) electric system of supply, but…

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    and Nikola Tesla were proficient inventors. Both became interested in design and engineering at a young age, so it is hard not to compare the two. They worked for years creating and perfecting their various inventions. Edison is best known for creating a commercially viable light bulb, and Tesla is remembered for his contributions to the design of alternating current electricity. Though Edison is more well known, both men contributed greatly to the field of electrical science and should forever…

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