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Title: The electric motor in Portugal: technological progress and industrialization
Authors: Matos, Ana Cardoso de
Sampaio, Maria da Luz
Editors: Kong, Mário S. Ming
Monteiro, Maria do Rosário
Neto, Maria João Pereira
Keywords: Electric motor
History of Electricity
technological progress
History of Technology
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Citation: Ana Cardoso de Matos e Maria da Luz Sampaio “The electric motor in Portugal: technological progress and industrialization” in Mário S. Ming Kong & Maria do Rosário Monteiro e Maria João Pereira Neto (Ed), Progress(es) – Theories and Practices, Londres, Ed. Taylor & Francis, 2018, pp. 483-489 [ISBN: 978-0-8153-7415-2] e-book [ISBN: 9781351242684]
Abstract: The introduction of the electric motor in Portugal is due to foreigner companies such as Siemens, AEG, ASEA, and ACEC. They were important levers to move the electrical sector, the electricity network, and the technological progress. Portugal only started the manufacture electric motors in large quantities in 1946 when ACEC, EFA and CUF united to set up to develop a business project and the introduction of the electric motor in Portugal has common aspects with others European countries. In this paper we add different views and through the analysis of photograph we describe the entry of the electric motor into the factory and the impact of electrical motor in the manufacturing space, which allowed, not only, to rationalize the flows between the machine but also and operating a new circuit between the different machines or operations.
Type: bookPart
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