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Nikola Tesla Comenius
Nikola Tesla Comenius
Born on 10 July 1856 in Smiljan He was an inventor, mechanical
Born on 10 July 1856 in Smiljan He was an inventor, mechanical
About his work
About his work
Inventions
Inventions
Teslas egg of Columbus It was used to demonstrate and explain the
Teslas egg of Columbus It was used to demonstrate and explain the
Teslas biggest invention
Teslas biggest invention
Teslas parents
Teslas parents
Tesla children
Tesla children
Teslas education
Teslas education
Tesla was later persuaded by his father to attend the
Tesla was later persuaded by his father to attend the
Teslas friend
Teslas friend
Animal-lover
Animal-lover
He did not like posing for portraits, he did it only once for princess
He did not like posing for portraits, he did it only once for princess
Teslas life in France
Teslas life in France
Teslas life in the US
Teslas life in the US
Teslas company
Teslas company
Teslas Death
Teslas Death
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1 Nikola Tesla Comenius

Nikola Tesla Comenius

2 Born on 10 July 1856 in Smiljan He was an inventor, mechanical

Born on 10 July 1856 in Smiljan He was an inventor, mechanical

engineer, and electrical engineer Died on 7 January 1943 in New York

3 About his work

About his work

In addition to his work on electromagnetism and electromechanical engineering Tesla contributed in varying degrees to the establishment of robotics, remote control, radar, and computer science, and to the expansion of ballistics, nuclear physics, and theoretical physics.

4 Inventions

Inventions

He invented a rotating magnetic field and polyphase system of alternating currents. He had a theoretical invention of ion-propellerd aircraft.

5 Teslas egg of Columbus It was used to demonstrate and explain the

Teslas egg of Columbus It was used to demonstrate and explain the

principles of the rotating magnetic field model and the induction motor. The egg spins on its major axis, standing on end due to gyroscopic action.

6 Teslas biggest invention

Teslas biggest invention

Wardenclyffe Tower (19011917) also known as the Tesla Tower, was an early wireless telecommunications tower designed by Nikola Tesla and intended for commercial trans-Atlantic wireless telephony, broadcasting, and to demonstrate the transmission of power without interconnecting wires. The core facility was not completed due to financial problems and was never fully operational.

7 Teslas parents

Teslas parents

Teslas father Milutin was an Orthodox priest, and his mother Georgina Mandi?( called ?uka ) was uneducated but very intelligent. His familys first last name was Dragani?. One of the assumptions was that Teslas family carries a name after a Roman settlement Tesleum locadet near the place called Radu?

8 Tesla children

Tesla children

One older brother (Dane, who was killed in a horse-riding accident when Nikola was five) and three sisters (Milka, Angelina and Marica).

9 Teslas education

Teslas education

He attended a german Primary school in Smiljan, and ended it in Gospi?. Then he attended school at Higher Real Gymnasium in Karlovac. He finished a four-year term in the span of three years. Tesla then studied electrical engineering at the Austrian Polytechnic in Graz (1875). While there, he studied the uses of alternating current. Some sources say he received Baccalaureate degrees from the university at Graz. However, the university says that he did not receive a degree and did not continue beyond the first semester of his third year, during which he stopped attending lectures.

10 Tesla was later persuaded by his father to attend the

Tesla was later persuaded by his father to attend the

Charles-Ferdinand University in Prague, which he attended for the summer term of 1880. Here, he was influenced by Ernst Mach. However, after his father died, he left the university, having completed only one term.

11 Teslas friend

Teslas friend

In middle age, Tesla became close friends with Mark Twain. They spent a lot of time together in his lab and elsewhere.

12 Animal-lover

Animal-lover

Tesla was obsessed with pigeons, ordering special seeds for the pigeons he fed in Central Park and even bringing injured ones into his hotel room to nurse them back to health. Tesla was an animal-lover, often reflecting contentedly about a childhood cat, "The Magnificent cat" .

13 He did not like posing for portraits, he did it only once for princess

He did not like posing for portraits, he did it only once for princess

Vilma Lwoff-Parlaghy. His wish was to have a sculpture made by his friend, Croatian sculptor Ivan Me?trovi?, who was at that time in United States, but he died before getting a chance to see it.

14 Teslas life in France

Teslas life in France

In 1882 he moved to Paris, to work as an engineer for the Continental Edison Company, designing improvements to electric equipment brought overseas from Edison's ideas. According to his autobiography, in the same year he conceived the induction motor and began developing various devices that use rotating magnetic fields for which he received patents in 1888.

15 Teslas life in the US

Teslas life in the US

On 6 June 1884, Tesla first arrived in the United States, in New York City with little besides a letter of recommendation from Charles Batchelor, a former employer. In the letter of recommendation to Thomas Edison, Batchelor wrote, "I know two great men and you are one of them; the other is this young man." Edison hired Tesla to work for his Edison Machine Works. Tesla's work for Edison began with simple electrical engineering and quickly progressed to solving some of the company's most difficult problems. Tesla was even offered the task of completely redesigning the Edison company's direct current generators.

16 Teslas company

Teslas company

The Tesla Electric Light & Manufacturing was a company formed by Nikola Tesla in 1886. Located in Rahway, New Jersey, the company was formed after Tesla left Thomas Edison's employment, after a contractual disagreement. Tesla planned to sell and license his patent and innovations. Tesla invented an arc lamp of high efficiency; the carbon electrodes were controlled by electromagnets or solenoids and a clutch mechanism and had an automatic fail switch. The company earned money, but most of the capital gained went to the investors.

17 Teslas Death

Teslas Death

Tesla died of heart failure alone in room 3327 of the New Yorker Hotel, on 7 January 1943. Despite having sold his AC electricity patents, Tesla died with significant debts. Later that year the US Supreme Court upheld Tesla's patent number 645576 in a ruling that served as the basis for patented radio technology in the United States.

The urn with Tesla's ashes in Nikola Tesla Museum in Belgrade

18 Made by: Sara Ester Gredelj, Sa

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