Title: Journal of electricity
Year: 1917 (1910s)
Subjects: Electrical engineering Electricity Gas manufacture and works
Publisher: San Francisco : Technical Pub. Co.
Contributing Library: San Francisco Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: California State Library Califa/LSTA Grant
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a guarantee against interruptionson the long transmission lines from the hydioelectricplant. The double transmission lines from the steamplant to Clarkdale are one mile in length. From theClarkdale substation a brand-new line is being built to theHopewell Crushing Plant of the United Verde, andthence to the present Jerome substation. The liabil-ity to interruptions on the electrical circuits will bereduced to a minimum by the addition of this much-needed reserve and the company is prepared to addto the size of the steam plant as the demand of thecustomers requires. In 1919 an extension 77 miles long of the trans-mission line was made to Phoenix and pumpingpower is today provided in the Salt River valley fromthe plants of the Arizona Power Company. On an official test at full load conducted forthree days, in November, 1917, the steam plant de-veloped 335 kw-hr. per barrel of California crude oil,a result which is not surpassed by any similar sizeplant in the world. A TIE-IN OUTDOOR SUBSTATION
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Delta-Star Unit Type 3300/13200 kva.. three-phase outdoor substation recently erected by the Canton Gas & Electric Company o£ Illinois. This station steps the voltage to 13290 volts for the line which eroes to Lewiston and for tying into the 13200-volt line i-unning to Canton. 74 JOURNAL OF ELECTRICITY [Vol. 45—No. 2 wr^ <k ^K J V .H K ^^y|/ i 1 Ita Clyde Chamblin was re-elect-ed president and is rightnow daring anyone to vio-late the code of ethics.
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