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Pioneers of Instrumentation-September

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This page features Pioneers of Instrumentation born in September. The pictures are thumbnails, so clicking on them will make them larger. 

Other important events in September: 

Yokogawa founded: September 1, 1915

Emerson Electric founded: September 24, 1890


Johndalton.jpg (32157 bytes)John Dalton (1766 – 1844) is best known for his early work on and statement of atomic theory. He kept a meteorological diary for 57 years, and published a book of essays on his meteorological observations. He is also known for his research into color blindness.

Birthday: September 6, 1766



Michael_Faraday_-_Project_Gutenberg_eText_13103.jpg (39311 bytes)Michael Faraday (1791 – 1867) is best known in the history of flow for formulating Faraday’s Law of Electromagnetic Induction. According to this principle, a voltage is developed when a conductor is passed through a magnetic field, and the resulting voltage is proportional to the velocity of the conductor moving through the field. This principle underlies the operation of magnetic flowmeters today.

Birthday: September 22, 1791








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