- Electricity. the standard unit of electrical conductance in the International System of Units(SI), equal to the reciprocal of the ohm and replacing the equivalent MKS unit (mho). Abbreviation: S
Origin of siemens
- (Ernst) Wer·ner von [ernst ver-nuh r fuh n] /ˈɛrnst ˈvɛr nər fən/, 1816–92, German inventor and electrical engineer.
- his brotherSir WilliamKarl Wilhelm Siemens, 1823–83, English inventor, born in Germany.
Examples from the Web for siemens
Contemporary Examples of siemens
The current energy and industrial boom, according to Siemens President Joe Kaeser, “is a once-in-a-lifetime moment.”The Rustbelt Roars Back From the Dead
Joel Kotkin, Richey Piiparinen
December 7, 2014
A Siemens plant in Ford Madison, Iowa, laid off 407 workers this fall.Mitt Romney's Iowa Problem
November 6, 2012
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
November 16, 2011
That was a settlement in which Siemens did not admit wrongdoing.U.S. Could Prosecute Murdoch
July 19, 2011
Similar incentives convinced Siemens to expand its wind turbine factory in Fort Madison Iowa.A CEO’s Defense of Government
June 20, 2011
Historical Examples of siemens
Young Siemens appears to have been determined to push his way forward.Heroes of the Telegraph
After much experimenting on the Invention of the Siemens regenerative burner.Gas Burners
As in Siemens' experiment, the motor was of the same construction as the dynamo.The Story of Great Inventions
Elmer Ellsworth Burns
The Siemens Dynamometer was the first instrument of this type.The New Gresham Encyclopedia
Edison and Siemens are the spiritual fathers of Bellamy and Bebel.Socialism and the Social Movement in the 19th Century
- the derived SI unit of electrical conductance equal to 1 reciprocal ohmSymbol: S Formerly called: mho
- Ernst Werner von (ɛrnst ˈvɛrnər fɔn). 1816–92, German engineer, inventor, and pioneer in telegraphy. Among his inventions are the self-excited dynamo and an electrolytic refining process
- his brother, Sir William, original name Karl Wilhelm Siemens. 1823–83, British engineer, born in Germany, who invented the open-hearth process for making steel
- A unit of electrical conductance in the International System of Units, equal to one ampere per volt.
- See mho.