Grace's Guide To British Industrial History

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1909. 110 hp steam turbine and dynamo.

Richard Schulz, engineering manager of Krupp's Germania Shipyard at Kiel, took out several patents for steam turbines, the first in 1898.[1]

Examples were made by the Germania Shipyard at Tegel and by A. G. Weser

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Sources of Information

  1. [1] 'The Schulz steam turbine for land and marine purposes' by Max Dietrich, E P Dutton & Co, 1907