By Kelvin, William Thomson; Kelvin, William Thomson; Tunbridge, Paul
Kelvin's nice accomplishment used to be to assemble the entire experimental scientists of his time into one co-operative organization for investigators whose person efforts have been aided through their mixed effects, expressed in a notation and defined in language understood by means of everyone.
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Ward in 1897 (National Portrait Gallery) 46 International Electrical Congresses He also pointed out that the representation adopted was from the practical viewpoint at the time the best possible but was not considered as definitive by the authors of the international system. 5 International Electrical Congress: Paris, 1900 The fifth International Electrotechnical Congress held in Paris in August 1900 was like its predecessors held in conjunction with an international exhibition. Eighteen months of preparatory work were necessary for the organization of the Congress, and of the more than 900 participants about half were French.
5 In his presidential address to the British Association in 1871, Sir William Thomson referred to the contribution of these two Germans: 'Great service has been done to science by the British Association in promoting accurate measurement in various subjects. The origin of exact science in terrestrial magnetism is traceable to Gauss' invention of methods of finding the magnetic intensity in absolute measure. I have spoken of the great work done by the British Association in carrying out the application of this invention in all parts of the world.
19 The work of the British Association Committee on Electrical Standards continued — with Lord Kelvin remaining an active member until his death in 1907. Meetings continued to be held annually until 1912. During the latter years of its existence, the Committee was active in promoting international uniformity in standards and many experiments were made at the National Physical Laboratory on behalf of the Committee. In the history of this sector of British Association activities (published in 1913) it is stated that the appointment by the London Conference of 1908 of an International Scientific Committee of fifteen scientists to direct work in connection with the maintenance of standards relieved the Committee of much of its responsibility.