United States Congressional Serial Set

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1909 - United States
Reports, Documents, and Journals of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives.
 

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Page 417 - Reconnaissances in the Cape Nome and Norton Bay regions, Alaska, in 1900,
Page 180 - From the descriptions given in the preceding pages it will be apparent that a lode-quartz region of some promise has been discovered in the Nutzotin Mountains, near the international boundary, and that as yet it has been but imperfectly explored by the prospector. It...
Page 140 - United States, or for the purpose of increasing the general efficiency or available supply of the fuel resources in the United States, the Director of the Geological Survey may have the necessary materials collected from any part of the United States where they represent extensive deposits; and it shall be the duty of the Director of the, Geological Survey to have examined, without charge, the fuels required for use by the Government of the United States...
Page 139 - The specifications become part of the contract, and the standards of quality form the basis of payment for coal delivered during the life of the contract. For coal delivered which is of better quality than the standard, the contractor is paid a bonus proportional to the increased value of the coal. For deliveries of coal of poorer quality than the standard, deductions are made from the contract price proportional to the decreased value of the coal. The actual quality and value of coal delivered is...
Page 150 - The economic value of a fuel is affected by the actual amount of combustible matter it contains, as determined by its heating value shown in British thermal units per pound of fuel, and also by other factors, among which is its ash content. The ash content not only lowers the heating value and decreases the capacity of the furnace, but also materially increases the cost of handling the coal, the labor of firing, and the cost of the removal of ashes, etc.
Page 418 - Lisburne region, by AJ Collier. In Bulletin No. 259. 1905, pp. 172-185. Geology and coal resources of Cape Lisburne region, Alaska, by AJ Collier. Bulletin No. 278, 1906, 54 pp. Topographic maps. Fort Yukon to Kotzebue Sound, reconnaissance map of; scale, 1:1200000: by DL Reaburn.
Page 417 - No. 314, 1907, pp. 164-181. Water supply of Nome region, Seward Peninsula, Alaska, 1906, by JC Hoyt and FF Henshaw. Water-Supply Paper No.
Page 141 - ... burned in a specially constructed furnace under a boiler. Coal is burned under boilers for producing power, for drying various materials, or for warming buildings. The most valuable coal, therefore, is that which gives up the most heat to the boiler for a given weight burned. The value of a coal is indicated by the number of heat units it contains. This heating value is expressed in terms of British thermal units (abbreviated B.
Page 418 - Bulletin 345, 1908, pp. 251-267. 45 cents. *Mineral deposits of the Lost River and Brooks Mountain regions, Seward Peninsula, by Adolph Knopf. In Bulletin 345, 1908, pp.
Page 143 - Sulphur may be present in the free state, or, as is more common, in combination with iron or other elements. Other impurities with sulphur often form a clinker which shuts out the air and increases the labor of handling the furnaces. It is possible, however, to burn coals containing up to 5 per cent of sulphur without particular difficulty from clinkers. A little steam introduced under the grate will relieve much of the trouble. Clinker may be due to other causes than sulphur, as any constituents...

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