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New York. On 12 October 1887 [[Nikola Tesla|Nikola Tesla]] filed a patent on an "electric magnetic motor"; in this application he claimed not only the invention of an AC motor but also a new system of power transmission; the patent was granted 1 May 1888. On 30 November 1887 Nikola Tesla filed an application that became the first successful patent for an induction motor.  
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<p>New York. On 12 October 1887 [[Nikola Tesla|Nikola Tesla]] filed a patent on an "electric magnetic motor"; in this application he claimed not only the invention of an AC motor but also a new system of power transmission; the patent was granted 1 May 1888. On 30 November 1887 Nikola Tesla filed an application that became the first successful patent for an induction motor. </p>
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Nikola Tesla
Nikola Tesla

This article is a stub. You can help the GHN by expanding it.

New York. On 12 October 1887 Nikola Tesla filed a patent on an "electric magnetic motor"; in this application he claimed not only the invention of an AC motor but also a new system of power transmission; the patent was granted 1 May 1888. On 30 November 1887 Nikola Tesla filed an application that became the first successful patent for an induction motor.