What if we lose companies like Boeing, GE, Westinghouse, and IBM, as employers in the U.S.?
Their names still rumble with authority: Carnegie, Mellon, Frick, Westinghouse, Heinz and Schwab.
The guard in the baggage car had applied the Westinghouse brakes and in a few minutes they came to a stop.
This was the Westinghouse deal, of which the papers were full at the time.
The Westinghouse Company builds and installs elaborate signal systems worked by compressed air and electricity.
Westinghouse did have one, after all, and the Russians still have one.
Mr. Westinghouse therefore patented his automatic brake, now so largely used all over the world.
The type "C" series of batteries is the Westinghouse standard.
The Westinghouse negative grids, Fig. 276, have very few and small bars, just enough to hold the active material.
In 1868, Westinghouse made his epochal invention, the railway air-brake.
American engineer and manufacturer who introduced the high-voltage alternating current system for the transmission of electricity in the United States. A prolific inventor, Westinghouse received hundreds of patents in his lifetime, including the air brake (1869), automated train-switching signals, and devices for the transmission of natural gas. His inventions made an important contribution to the growth of railroads.