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Eric Dollard to present at the 2020 energy science & technology conference

Eric Dollard
Eric Dollard

Eric Dollard will be giving two presentations at the 2020 ESTC and will be co-presenting with myself for my own presentation.

The first presentation is based on Oliver Heaviside’s work. In the late 1800’s Heaviside wrote a series of articles for the British magazine The Electrician, which is the first magazine for electrical engineering. The title for this collection is called Electromagnetic Induction and it’s Propagation.

It’s a lengthy collection that adds up to about 250 pages, but you can download the PDF of these papers here: https://www.scribd.com/document/62878799/Electromagnetic-Induction

Eric’s presentation is a sequel to this collection of papers.

The second presentation is based on a paper called The Method of Symmetrical Coordinates Applied to the Solution of Polyphase Networks by Charles Fortescue. It was published by the IEEE in 1918. You can get a copy here: http://www.energyscienceforum.com/files/fortescue/methodofsymmetrical.pdf

Eric’s presentation on this topic is also a sequel to this paper.

These are very important topics for electrical engineering and Eric Dollard is the leading authority on these subjects.

For a third presentation, I’ll (Aaron Murakami) be presenting on a topic with a few incredible demonstrations and Eric will be there for backup. This is based on some equipment that I am building that was engineered by Eric Dollard. Eric is the leading authority on this projects, not me, but I will do my best to do it justice and Eric will fill in the gaps. It’s been an amazing learning process and I’m looking forward to showing the demonstrations because it will blow some minds!