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Page 264 - No. 23.— THE FATIGUE OF METALS UNDER REPEATED STRAINS. With various Tables of Results and Experiments. From the German of Prof. Ludwig Spangenburgh, with a Preface by SH Shreve, AM No.
Page 176 - No. 37. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYING: ITS USES, METHODS, and Results. By Frank De Yeaux Carpenter, CE No.
Page 18 - ... localities can be judged of frequently as to the time at which they will occur, and their extent, by the conditions existing at points sometimes far distant. Accumulating data render studies of this kind valuable. In connection with these studies the examination of the daily weather-charts...
Page 264 - No. 43. WAVE AND VORTEX MOTION. By Dr. Thomas Craig, of Johns Hopkins University. No. 44. TURBINE WHEELS. By Prof. WP Trowbridge, Columbia College. Second edition. Revised.
Page 255 - Bottom, which, either in its form as patented, or in a modification of it as now used in all American works, has rendered possible, as much as any other one thing, the present immense production.
Page 146 - ... 1. Heat radiated from the sun (sunlight being included in this term) is the principal source of mechanical effect available to man.\ From it is derived the whole mechanical effect obtained by means of animals working, water-wheels worked by rivers, steam-engines, galvanic engines, windmills, and the sails of ships.
Page 255 - ... vessels from a single point; he substituted cupolas for reverberatory furnaces, and last, but by no means least, introduced the intermediate or accumulating ladle which is placed on scales, and thus insures accuracy of operation by rendering possible the weighing of each charge of melted iron, before pouring it into the converter. These points cover the radical features of his innovations. After building such a plant, he began to meet the difficulties of details in manufacture, among the most...