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Ayrton Gallery

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Choose from 8 pictures in our Ayrton collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Ralt RT3 in pits, Ayrton Senna, Formula 3 at Thruxton 3rd March 1983. Creator: Unknown
Ralt RT3 in pits, Ayrton Senna, Formula 3 at Thruxton 3rd March 1983. Creator: Unknown
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Ralt RT3, Ayrton Senna, Formula 3 at Thruxton 4th April 1983. Creator: Unknown
Ralt RT3, Ayrton Senna, Formula 3 at Thruxton 4th April 1983. Creator: Unknown
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Ralt RT3, Ayrton Senna, Formula 3 at Thruxton 3rd March 1983. Creator: Unknown
Ralt RT3, Ayrton Senna, Formula 3 at Thruxton 3rd March 1983. Creator: Unknown
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Start of F3 race at Thruxton, Senna front row on left, 4th April 1983. Creator: Unknown
Start of F3 race at Thruxton, Senna front row on left, 4th April 1983. Creator: Unknown
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McLaren MP4-8, Ayrton Senna 1993 European Grand Prix at Donington. Creator: Unknown
McLaren MP4-8, Ayrton Senna 1993 European Grand Prix at Donington. Creator: Unknown
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Coffin from the tomb KV55
Coffin from the tomb KV55
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Professor William Edward Ayrton (1847-1908), British physicist and electrical engineer, 1893.Artist: W&D Downey
Professor William Edward Ayrton (1847-1908), British physicist and electrical engineer, 1893.Artist: W&D Downey
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William Edward Ayrton (1847-1908), British physicist, electrical engineer and inventor, 1892
William Edward Ayrton (1847-1908), British physicist, electrical engineer and inventor, 1892
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William Edward Ayrton (1847-1908), British physicist, electrical engineer and inventor, 1892 Featured Image

William Edward Ayrton (1847-1908), British physicist, electrical engineer and inventor, 1892

William Edward Ayrton (1847-1908), British physicist, electrical engineer and inventor, 1892. Ayrton studied under Lord Kelvin at Glasgow. In 1873 he was appointed to the first chair in natural philosophy and telegraphy at Imperial Engineering College, Tokyo, and was appointed professor of electrical engineering at the Central Technical College, South Kensington in 1884. Ayrton was the first to advocate power transmission at high voltage, and in collaboration with John Perry he invented electrical measuring instruments including the spiral-spring ammeter and the wattmeter. The ammeter (ampere meter) was one of the first to measure current and voltage reliably. Ayrton and Perry also worked on railway electrification, produced a dynamometer and developed the first electric tricycle. Ayrton worked on the electric searchlight with his second wife Phoebe Marks, who later became famous for her work on the electric arc

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