A Practical Treatise on Mechanical Engineering: Comprising Metallurgy, Moulding, Casting, Forging, Tools, Workshop Machinery, Mechanical Manipulation, Manufacture of the Steam-engine, Etc
Crosby Lockwood, 1881 - 208 pages
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angle Architect ARCHITECTURE beam boiler brake Bridge carried cast iron centre cloth boards condenser connecting-rod Construction containing crank Crown 8vo cylinder D. K. CLARK diameter drill edge enlarged excentric feet foot-lbs force friction furnace gear grooves gudgeon half-bound HANDBOOK heat HENRY LAW horse-power Humber's Inst lathe lever Locomotive LUDGATE HILL machine machinery material Mathematics metal motion mould move numerous Illustrations Outfall Sewer oxide passes pipe piston piston-rod plunger port Practical pressure Principles pump Railway RALPH TATE reverberatory furnace revised revolutions per minute revolve rigger roller Rudimentary Treatise SAMUEL WOOD SCOTT BURN screw Second Edition shaft shown in Fig slide slide-valve square inch steam steam-engine steel strain stroke surface Surface condensers Surveyor Tables THOMAS TREDGOLD thread Timber tion tons tool tube vacuum valve velocity vertical section WEALE'S weight wheel Woodcuts wrought iron
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