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NEW INSTRUMENTS THAT MAKES REVOLVING OBJECTS APPEAR STATIONARY
Publication:
Newmarket Era (Newmarket, ON), 16 May 1930, p. 1


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An instrument capable of making revolving objects appear motionless and yet so compact that It may be carried in a suitcase was demonstrated recently,for the first time at Hcttls field, Pittsburgh, Pa. By means of this apparatus, callow the stroboglow, propeller quilvor and cracks and engine value action is visible to the naked eye. With It, the amount of slip of a belt moving on a pulley, the vibration of meshed gears In factory machines, and the movement of valves In gasoline engines may lie observed, In short, anything that moves may he made to appear motionless.

The difference In revolutions per minute between motors, turbines, discs, or other units, revolving at approximately the same speed can he counted with the stroboglow.


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Newspaper
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Date of Publication:
16 May 1930
Local identifier:
Ontario.News.237418
Language of Item:
English
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NEW INSTRUMENTS THAT MAKES REVOLVING OBJECTS APPEAR STATIONARY