By Mary A. Sego
Primary Creator: Still, Alfred
Extent: 3.0 Folders. More info below.
Subjects: Purdue University--Faculty
Forms of Material: Articles
Access Restrictions: Collection is open for research.
Preferred Citation: MSF 362, Alfred Still papers, Archives and Special Collections, Purdue University Libraries
Three-Phase Power Measurement Without Wattmeters, Still, A. Reprinted from The Electrician, July 21, 1905, pp. 3-6.
Pressure Limits of Overhead Electric Transmission Lines, Still, Alfred. Reprinted from Wester Engineering, vol. 2, no. 3, March, 1913, pp. 183-196.
Air-Gap Flux Distribution in Dynamo-Electric Generators, Still, Alfred. Reprinted from the Journal of the Franklin Institute, January, 1915, pp. 21-46. [2 copies]
The Engineering Student in Europe and America, Still, Alfred. This article is based upon an informal address delivered to students of Purdue University in February, 1915. Publication information is not available, other than pp. 63-75.
The Inherent Regulation of Synchronous Alternating-Current Generators, Still, Alfred. Reprinted from the Journal of The Institution of Electrical Engineers, vol. 53, no. 246, April 15, 1915, pp. 587-597.
Photograph taken by A. Still from a lifeboat, during WWI, after S.S. Arabic torpedoed by a German sub in mid-Atlantic.
Sag-Temperature Calculations of Transmission Lines on Steep Grades, Still, Alfred. Reprinted from The Journal of the Franklin Institute, April, 1918, pp. 509-515. [2 copies]
Commutation in Continuous Current Dynamos, Still, Alfred. Reprinted from The Journal of The Franklin Institute, May, 1922, pp. 657-691. [2 copies]
Letter addressed to Prof. Hepburn (Purdue librarian), from Alfred Still, stating the number of articles and books Still had written, per Hepburn's request, dated October 24, 1920.
Inductance of Overhead Transmission Lines with Unequal Spacing of Wires, Still, Alfred. Reprinted from the Journal of the Franklin Institute, September, 1926, pp. 365-372. [2 copies]
Slot Leakage in A.C. Generators, Still, Alfred. Reprinted from the Journal of the Franklin Institute, vol. 210, no. 4, October, 1930, pp. 437-454.