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There are no known copyright restrictions in the United States on the use of the text. ILLUMINATING ENGINEERING PRACTICE 1^ p w OS to j* •a S' to X ' 'fi. £« ^ a 2 to U to ►^ o a'.2 M.•a 'i O M >>2 -£ ^ H 3 ■3 o a 0. O ILLUMINATING ENGINEEEING PRACTICE LECTURES ON ILLUMINATING ENGINEERING DELIVERED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA PHILADELPHIA, SEPTEMBER 20 to 28, 1916 UNDER THE JOINT AUSPICES OF THE UNIVERSITY AND THE ILLUMINATING ENGINEERING SOCIETY McGRAW-HILL BOOK COMPANY, Inc.
239 WEST 39TH STREET. NEW YORK LONDON: HILL PUBLISHING CO., Ltd. 6 & 8 BOUVERIE ST., E. 1917 jcopykight, 1917, by the Illuminating Engineering Society THE MAPLE PRESS YORK PA PREFACE The history of organized effort in establishing the scientific basis of illumination and in developing the art of illuminating engi- neering in the United States is largely the history of the Illuminating Engineering Society.
Individually the various natural sciences upon which the science of illumination is founded had each progressed after its own kind and had included in its progress the investigation of many questions of essential value in.lighting, but the directive influ- ence which has conduced to intensified consideration of the special aspects of the respective science peculiarly applicable in lighting was wanting until the Illuminating Engineering Society inspired organ- ized effort. In the fall of 1910 the now memorable course of lectures on illuminating engineering, given at the Johns Hopkins University under the joint auspices of the University and of the Illuminating Engineering Society, had as its principal object 'to indicate the proper coordination of those arts and sciences which constitute illuminating engineering.' In this course of lectures the correlation of the fundamental sciences was attempted, and the endeavor was made to establish a science of illumination and to indicate the prog- ress of the art. The emphasis, however, was placed on the estab- lishment of the scientific foundation since this was considered of primary importance, and prior to the delivery of the Baltimore lectures it might be said with fairness that there existed generally an ill-defined and limited conception of the basic idea of illuminating engineering science.