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" British Queen" steamer, although of two thousand tons measurement, is capable of carrying more than five hundred tons of cargo, when the fuel is on board. The author then examines the question of employing too much power in a steam vessel, and refers... "
Minutes of Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers - Page 64
by Institution of Civil Engineers (Great Britain) - 1848
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The Civil Engineer and Architect's Journal, Volume 4

Architecture - 1841
...engines, and it is still questionable whether the increased force will propel the one ship more than H mile per hour faster than the other. The space occupied...author then examines the question of employing too much power in a steam vessel, and refers to the " Liverpool," as an instance that such may be the fact....
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The London journal of arts and sciences (and repertory of patent inventions ...

William Newton - 1841
...taking for example, two vessels of two hundred and of four hundred horses power respectively—that of the higher power will have to carry nearly double...author then examines the question of employing too much power in a steam vessel, and refers to the " Liverpool," as an instance that such may be the fact....
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Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel ..., Volume 34

Perry Fairfax Nursey - Industrial arts - 1841
...proportion to the size of the engines ; so that taking, for example, two vessels of 200 and of 400 horses power respectively — that of the higher power...ship, is also an important consideration : neither the Preiident nor British Queen steamer, although of 2000 tons measurement, is capable of carrying more...
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Newton's London Journal of Arts and Sciences: Being Record of the ..., Volume 18

William Newton, Charles Frederick Partington - Industrial arts - 1841
...engines, and it is still questionable whether the increased force will propel the one ship more than li mile per hour faster than the other. The space occupied...author then examines the question of employing too much power in a steam vessel, and refers to the " Liverpool," as an instance that such may be the fact....
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Journal of the Franklin Institute

Meteorology - 1841
...still questionable whether the increased force will propel the one ship more than one and a half miles per hour faster than the other. The space occupied...author then examines the question of employing too much power in a steam vessel, and refers to the "Liverpool," as an instance that such may be the fact. It...
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Railway Locomotives and Cars, Volume 13

Railroad engineering - 1841
...and it is still questionable whether the increase force will propel the one ship more than 1 miles per hour faster than the other. The space occupied...although of two thousand tons measurement. is capable of earring more than five hundred tons of cargo when the fuel is on board. The author then examines the...
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Railway Locomotives and Cars, Volume 14

Railroad engineering - 1842
...still questionable whether the increased force will propel the one ship more than one and a half miles per hour faster than the other. The space occupied...part of the ship, is also an important consideration : nefther the " President" nor " British Queen" steamers, although of two thousand tons measurement,...
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The Mechanic's Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette, Volume 34

1841
...engines, and it is still questionable whether the increased force will propel the one ship more than 1J mile per hour faster than the other. The space occupied...the President nor British Queen steamer, although of 2000 tons measurement, is capable of carrying more than 500 tons of cargo when the fuel is on board....
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Journal of the Franklin Institute

Electronic journals - 1841
...still questionable whether the increased force will propel the one ship more than one and a half miles per hour faster than the other. The space occupied...author then examines the question of employing too much power in a steam vessel, and refers to the "Liverpool," as an instance that such may be the fact. It...
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