Nikola Tesla Essays
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No, Nikola Tesla did not create the commonly known automobile manufacturer, Tesla. Nikola was deemed one of the greatest inventors of all time. His many inventions help to modernize and help society. He received many awards and recognitions. Some of his inventions and discoveries such as the Induction Motor, Alternating Current, and the Tesla Turbine helped many at the time and revolutionize the world. First, let us talk about the Induction Motor. Well, what is that? To put it in...
Introduction The topic of this extended essay is surrounding the well known character of Nikola Tesla and his scientific developments and inventions. The specific question being explored in this extended essay is: To what extent were Tesla’s scientific discoveries revolutionary and how did they impact the development of science in Europe in the 19th and 20th centuries? This extended essay aims to uncover in what ways was the character of Nikola Tesla developed technology that would be influential in changing...
If we’re to ask most anyone that’s taken a course on history or the sciences they will likely know about Edison, Einstein, and or Newton, but what about the obscure story of the man that sought to pioneer wireless energy through the use of our ionosphere? It was July 10th, 1856 that Nikolai Tesla was born. He was born in the Austrian Empire where he studied engineering and physics, never actually receiving his degree. Through his studies however, he gained...
In all of history, there is a fairly short list of people who can be remembered for changing how the world functions. Nikola Tesla is one of those people. He is most commonly known as Thomas Edison’s rival, but he is also the father of modern electrical generation. He dared to defy the contemporary belief in direct current motors, and his induction motor would later become the standard. His reclusive nature later in life meant he was not known for...
John Keynes once said, “Ideas shape the course of history”. It was the conservation of these ideas that molded the very patent system in place today. To understand the effect that patents have on America one must first understand the origin. According to the United States Patent Office, the first patent in America was issued for the use of potash as a fertilizer by Samuel Hopkins. As of today there have been over six million patents issued today in America....