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Video camera tube - Image dissector

  • The introduction of a multipactor in October 1933

Video camera tube - Image dissector

  • and a multi-dynode electron multiplier in 1937

Video camera tube - Image dissector

  • made Farnsworth's image dissector the first practical version of a fully electronic imaging device for television.Abramson, Albert (1987), The History of Television, 1880 to 1941. Jefferson, NC: Albert Abramson. p. 159. ISBN 0-89950-284-9. Unfortunately, it had very poor light sensitivity, and was therefore primarily useful only where illumination was exceptionally high (typically over 685 Candela|cd/m²).

Video camera tube - Image dissector

  • However, it was ideal for industrial applications, such as monitoring the bright interior of an industrial furnace. Due to their poor light sensitivity, image dissectors were rarely used in television broadcasting, except to scan film and other transparencies.

Video camera tube - Image dissector

  • In April 1933, Farnsworth submitted a patent application also entitled Image Dissector, but which actually detailed a Cathode Ray Tube|CRT-type camera tube.

Video camera tube - Image dissector

  • This is among the first patents to propose the use of a low-velocity scanning beam and RCA had to buy it in order to sell image orthicon tubes to the general public.

Video camera tube - Image dissector

  • However, Farnsworth never transmitted a clear and well focused image with such a tube.

Andhra Christian Theological College - The missionaries were careful not to encroach into others territories while ministering - they created comities for this purpose. Seminaries were established in Gooty (Union Theological Seminary),Edmund Davies draws attention to Prof. Wilfred Scopes, a Missionary of the London Missionary Society who taught in the seminaries in Gooty and Dornakal. Edmund Davis, The History of Theological Education in Jamaica: The United Theological College of the West Indies and its four antecedent colleges (1841-1966), 1998, page 167. [http://igitur-archive.library.uu.nl/dissertations/01872495/full.pdf] Dornakal (Andhra Union Theological College http://www.library.uu.nl/digiarchief/dip/diss/01872495/chapter9.pdf) to cater to the Church of South India, Ramayapatnam (Baptist Theological Seminary) for the American Baptists, Luthergiri.Winnipeg Free Press [http://www.abrahamlincolnarchive.com/Landing.aspx?searchluthergiriimgRvj45z7SpqiKID/6NLMW2ql7x7NgdtJRVzgeTTqBil9AAmBs+7/uoA

  • ] United Lutheran Church Advances - The Board sends new missionaries to each of six foreign mission fields. Retrieved April 23, 2006. (Lutheran Theological College) for the Lutherans, in Kakinada (Baptist Theological Seminary) for the Canadian Baptists, and Shamshabad (Mennonite Brethren Bible College) for the Mennonite Brethren.

Andhra Christian Theological College - The missionaries were careful not to encroach into others territories while ministering - they created comities for this purpose. Seminaries were established in Gooty (Union Theological Seminary),Edmund Davies draws attention to Prof. Wilfred Scopes, a Missionary of the London Missionary Society who taught in the seminaries in Gooty and Dornakal. Edmund Davis, The History of Theological Education in Jamaica: The United Theological College of the West Indies and its four antecedent colleges (1841-1966), 1998, page 167. [http://igitur-archive.library.uu.nl/dissertations/01872495/full.pdf] Dornakal (Andhra Union Theological College http://www.library.uu.nl/digiarchief/dip/diss/01872495/chapter9.pdf) to cater to the Church of South India, Ramayapatnam (Baptist Theological Seminary) for the American Baptists, Luthergiri.Winnipeg Free Press [http://www.abrahamlincolnarchive.com/Landing.aspx?searchluthergiriimgRvj45z7SpqiKID/6NLMW2ql7x7NgdtJRVzgeTTqBil9AAmBs+7/uoA

  • There was exchange of Professors between the Seminaries. However, for higher education (Bachelor of Divinity), they had to send their students to West Bengal where Serampore College is located.

Nissen hut

  • A 'Nissen hut' is a prefabricated steel structure, made from a half-cylindrical skin of Corrugated galvanised iron|corrugated steel. Originally designed during World War I, it was used extensively during World War II.

Nissen hut - Description

  • A Nissen hut is made from a sheet of metal bent into half a cylinder (geometry)|cylinder and planted in the ground with its axis horizontal

Nissen hut - Description

  • The purlins are attached to eight T-shaped ribs (1¾ × 1¾ × ⅛ inch; 4.5 × 4.5 × 0.5cm) set at 6 feet 0.5inch (1.8m) centres. Each rib consists of three sections bolted together using splice plates, and each end is bolted to the floor at the bearers. With each rib are two straining wires, one on each side, and a straining ratchet (or in some cases a simple fencing wire strainer). The wires are strained during construction. The straining wires do not appear in the original Nissen patent.

Nissen hut - Description

  • The purlins are attached to the ribs using a hook bolt, which hooks through a pre-drilled hole in the rib and is secured into the purlin. The hook bolt is a unique feature of the Nissen design.

Nissen hut - Description

  • Interior lining could be horizontal corrugated iron or material like Masonite attached to the ribs. Sometimes corrugated asbestos cement sheeting is used. The roof and lining form a circular space with a radius of 8 feet 0.5inch (2.4m), although, because of the inward curve, the floor is only 15 feet 10inches (4.8m). The space between the interior and exterior lining may be used for insulation and services, if required.

Nissen hut - Description

  • The walls and floors rest on foundations consisting of 4 × 4inch (10 × 10cm) stumps with 15 × 9inch (38 × 23cm) sole plates. On these are 4 × 3inch (10 × 8cm) bearers and 4 × 2inch (10 × 5cm) joists at 2 feet 10inch (1m) centres. The floor is made from tongue and groove floorboards. At East Hills and at Villawood the floor is concrete; the ribs in this case were simply attached to the concrete slab by a metal strap.


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