The works' manager's hand-book of modern rules, tables, and data for civil and mechanical engineers, millwrights, and boiler makers; tool makers, machinists, and metal workers; iron and brass founders, etc., etc. In six sections: Stationary and locomotive steam engines, gas engines. Hydraulic memoranda; pipes, pumps, water-power. Millwork; shafting, gearing, pulleys. Steam-boilers, safety valves, factory chimneys. Heat, warming and ventilating; melting, cutting, and finishing metals; alloys and casting; wheel-cutting; screw-cutting. Strength and weight of materials; workshop data, &c. by Walter S. Hutton ..., Band 6

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