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The current energy and industrial boom, according to Siemens President Joe Kaeser, “is a once-in-a-lifetime moment.”
A Siemens plant in Ford Madison, Iowa, laid off 407 workers this fall.
Yet it seemed to target only Siemens computers at the Natanz facility involved in enriching uranium.New Computer Malware May Presage Another Cyberattack, Potentially on Iran|R.M. Schneiderman|November 16, 2011|DAILY BEAST
That was a settlement in which Siemens did not admit wrongdoing.
Similar incentives convinced Siemens to expand its wind turbine factory in Fort Madison Iowa.
The boilers are of the Navy type, made throughout of Siemens-Martin steel plates, riveted with steel rivets, all holes drilled.
Siemens and Wheatstone almost simultaneously invented so much of the dynamo as was yet incomplete.Steam Steel and Electricity|James W. Steele
Dr. Siemens at once joined in the undertaking, which has been carried out under his direction.
The use of superheated steam, however, still proved a drawback, and the Siemens engine has not been extensively used.
The regenerative furnace is the greatest single invention of Charles William Siemens.