Discussion on “industrial substations” (Liversidge), Philadelphia, Pa., October 13, 1913. (see proceedings for October, 1913)
|Publisher:||IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.|
|Publication Date:||1 February 1914|
|Page(s):||322 - 326|
W. C. L. Elgin: I think Mr. Liversidge has covered many of the important points in relation to substation design, but I have gained the impression that he has paid too much attention to the question of space economy. Although the size of the apparatus readily lends itself in that direction, I think there are many bad designs because too much attention has been paid to obtaining the smallest possible space for the apparatus.