An Experimental Inquiry Concerning the Relative Power Of, and Useful Effect Produced By, the Cornish and Boulton and Watt Pumping Engines, and Cylindrical and Wagon Headed Boilers
John Weale, 1841 - 34 Seiten
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Architect ARCHITECTURE ascertained Atlas folio Blisworth BOILERS AND PUMPING Boulton and Watt Bridge Butterley Company calculated Canal cent Civil Engineer classes of boilers coals coals consumed coloured Column combustion construction Cornish Engine Cornwall cube feet cubic feet cylinder cylindrical boilers Description Details Drawings duty Edition Eleusis engraved equal erected evaporative power experiments extra cloth boards foot high Fowey Gaskell Geological GOTHIC ARCHITECTURE high pressure House Illustrated Iron John lifted 1 foot load Locomotive Engines machine Messrs mode Nasmyth numerous Ornamental PETER BARLOW piston Plan and Elevation Plates practical Price 15 proportion PUMPING ENGINES quantity of water Railing Railway River Robert Stevenson Royal Engineers showing square feet square inch STEAM ENGINE STEAM NAVIGATION steam vessel steam-space steam-valve stroke surface Sydney Smirke Table temperature Thomas Telford Timber TREATISE TREDGOLD valves waggon-head boiler water evaporated water per ft Watt Engine Welsh coals Wood-cuts
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