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Ottó Bláthy

Ottó Titusz Bláthy (1860-1939), was a Hungarian electrical engineer, co-inventor of the electric transformer, the tension regulator, the watt meter, the alternating current (AC) electric motor, the turbogenerator and high efficiency turbogenerator.

Ottó Titusz practical application during his time at the Ganz Works in 1883. He conducted experiments for creating a transformer, and, by 1885, helps develop a "ZBD" model alternating-current transformer.

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