Eric Laithwaite

Books:

Propulsion without wheels (1965)
Induction machines for special purposes (1966)
The engineer in wonderland (1967) — The Royal Institution of Great Britain Christmas lectures, 1966/67. With illustrations, including a portrait.
The linear motor and its application to tracked hovercraft (1971)
Linear electric motors (1971)
Experiments with a linear induction motor (1971)
Exciting electrical machines (1974)
All things are possible: an engineer looks at research and development (1976)
Transport without wheels ed. (1977)
How to invent (1977) co-written by M.W. Thring
Why does a glow-worm glow? (1977) illustrated by Mike Jackson
Electric energy: its generation, transmission and use (1980) co-written by L.L. Freris
Engineer through the looking glass (1980)— a revised and expanded version of his Royal Institution of Great Britain Christmas lectures, 1974/75. With illustrations, including a portrait.
Invitation to engineering (1984)
Shape is important (1986)
Force: a basic ingredient (1986)
A history of linear electric motors (1986)
Using materials (1987)
Size is vital (1987)
An inventor in the Garden of Eden (1994)

Video collection is here

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