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The phonic wheel motor that Poul la Cour invented in 1878.

No. 401

The phonic wheel motor that Poul la Cour invented in 1878.
By using the phonic wheel, 100 telegrams could be sent simultaneously.

     

Unknown small electricity plant with a steam turbine.

No. 402

Unknown small electricity plant with a steam turbine.
The head of the test turbine project Gudmund Bentsen notes the latest results.

     

The engine room was equipped with the drive belt tensioner of the test turbine.

No. 403

The engine room was equipped with the drive belt tensioner of the test turbine.
The drive belt tensioner was a mechanical device which evened out the uneven pulling force of the wind turbine.

     

The electrolysis basement below the wind turbine building at Askov.

No. 404

The electrolysis basement below the wind turbine building at Askov in approx. 1900. The basement had 10 electrolysis tubs. The electricity for the electrolysis came from direct current dynamos which were driven by the wind turbine. On windy days up to 1000 litres of hydrogen and 500 litres of oxygen were produced per hour.

     

The electrolysis basement below the wind turbine building at Askov.

No. 405

The electrolysis basement below the wind turbine building at Askov in approx. 1900. The basement had 10 electrolysis tubs. The electricity for the electrolysis came from direct current dynamos which were driven by the wind turbine. On windy days up to 1000 litres of hydrogen and 500 litres of oxygen were produced per hour.

     

Wind tunnel erected at the engine room at the Poul la Cour test centre.

No. 406

Wind tunnel erected at the engine room at the Poul la Cour test centre.


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