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eBook The Lamp and Lighting Book ePub

by Thelma Rita Newman,etc.,et al

  • ISBN: 0517518627
  • Subcategory: No category
  • Author: Thelma Rita Newman,etc.,et al
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Crown Publications; Reprint edition (July 1976)
  • Pages: 256
  • ePub book: 1135 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1459 kb
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  • Rating: 4.8
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The word lamp is derived from the Greek word lampas meaning torch. Learn all about the history of artificial lighting. The fuel source was now tightly enclosed in metal, and an adjustable metal tube was used to control the intensity of the fuel burning and intensity of the light

The word lamp is derived from the Greek word lampas meaning torch. The fuel source was now tightly enclosed in metal, and an adjustable metal tube was used to control the intensity of the fuel burning and intensity of the light. Around the same time, small glass chimneys were added to lamps to both protect the flame and control the flow of air to the flame.

This book is a comprehensive guide to the theory and practice of lighting. Covering the physics of light production, light sources, circuits and a wide variety of lighting applications, it is both suitable as a detailed textbook and as thoroughly practical guide for practising lighting engineers.

Light and Colour (Goethe's Theory) – The Morning after the Deluge – Moses Writing the Book of Genesis is an oil painting by the English painter Joseph Mallord William Turner (. 775–1851), first exhibited in 1843. Displayed during the latter years of . Turners career, this painting depicts a deluge scene where the natural effects of light and weather (the atmosphere) play a crucial role on Turner's concept of vision.

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THE LAMP AND LIGHTING BOOK "Why make lamps? When you think about it, you can't afford not to." So say Thelma Jay, and Lee Newman, the authors of this exciting new book on every aspect of creating elegant lamps to grace every room in your home. Beginning with a basic chapter on light and design, in which such factors as appearance, maintenance, economy, and mood-creating aspects are discussed, the Newmans go on to explain how to construct and wire the basic lamp. They offer complete information on parts, safety techniques, preparing the wire for connection, making various connections, and wiring the parts. Once you've mastered the lampmaking techniques, the next step is the lampshade. Here are step-by-step instructions, superbly illustrated, for choosing materials, making patterns, preparing the frame, and applying coverings, linings, and trimmings. Some of the variations the authors introduce are overlays, decoupage, the pierced and cut look, pleated and fluted shades, and slipcover and wrapped shades. If your home requires table and floor lamps, here are tips on working with wood and plastic to achieve beautiful effects: gluing wood, veneering, texturing, sanding, staining, and finishing; marking and sawing acrylic, drilling and tapping, finishing an acrylic edge, cementing, heating, and forming acrylic. For those fascinated by the possibility of working from found objects, there are marvelous ideas for using glass, china, woven reeds and other fibers, gourds, tin cans, fiberboard containers, wire sieves, hanging plant containers, scrap wood, toys, teakettles, even a stack of old books to achieve fantastic results. And for a truly artistic approach, there are unique chapters on stained-glass-type lamps and the lamp as sculpture.