Dinglers polytechnisches journal, Volum 3

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Johann Gottfried Dingler, Emil Maximilian Dingler
J. G. Cotta, 1820
 

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Side 365 - THE ELEMENTARY PRINCIPLES OF CARPENTRY : a Treatise on the Pressure and Equilibrium of Timber Framing, the Resistance of Timber, and the Construction of Floors, Arches, Bridges, Roofs, Uniting Iron and Stone with Timber, &c. To which is added an Essay on the Nature and Properties of Timber...
Side 368 - SCIENTIFIC DIALOGUES ; intended for the Instruction and Entertainment of Young People ; in which the first principles of Natural and Experimental Philosophy are fully explained, by the Rev.
Side 38 - A Description and Draught of a new-invented Machine, for carrying Vessels or Ships out of, or into, any Harbour, Port, or River, against Wind and Tide, or in a calm.
Side 372 - Views of the Remains of Ancient Buildings in Rome and its Vicinity.
Side 365 - ... and Equilibrium of Timber Framing, the Resistance of Timber, and the Construction of Floors, Arches, Bridges, Roofs, Uniting Iron and Stone with Timber, &c. To which is added an Essay on the Nature and Properties of Timber, &c., with Descriptions of the kinds of Wood used in Building ; also numerous Tables of the Scantlings of Timber for different purposes, the Specific Gravities of Materials, &c. By THOMAS TREDGOLD, CE With an Appendix of Specimens of Various Roofs of Iron and Stone, Illustrated.
Side 368 - Account of the various Productions of Nature, Mineral, Vegetable and Animal, which are chiefly employed for the use of Man. Illustrated with numerous Figures, and intended as a Work both of Instruction and Reference.
Side 373 - Controul ; consisting of the official reports, and public correspondence of nearly all the most eminent Civil Servants at the three Presidencies, and also of many of the most distinguished Military and Medical Officers. By WALTER HAMILTON, Esq. With Maps, 2 vols.
Side 267 - ... purposes to which it is intended to be applied. The means by which the force of steam is made to produce the rotatory motion is as follows : — Two valves or sliders, K and L, are applied at the opposite sides of the annular passage or cylinder EE, in the manner represented in figs.
Side 367 - Every Man his own Gardener ; being a new and much more complete Gardener's Kalendar than any...
Side 367 - Hortus Cantabrigiensis ; or, an Accented Catalogue of Plants, Indigenous and Exotic, cultivated in the Cambridge Botanic Garden. By the late James Donn, Curator, Fellow of the Linnsean and Horticultural Societies.

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