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1J inch air pump area of valve beam beam engines boiler cap bolts cast iron condenser connecting rod cotter crank end crank pin crank shaft cross head Cubic contents Depth of gland Depth of stuffing diam diameter of bearing diameter of bolt Diameter of connecting Diameter of crank diameter of cylinder Diameter of gland diameter of pin diameter of piston diameter of screw Diameter of securing diameter of shaft Diameter of studs diameter of valve eccentric rod feed pump frame gun metal HP collectively inch per foot Length of bearing lever lignum vitas metal of body Number piston rod plunger port supply Practical proportions securing bolts securing studs side square inch steam passage stroke of engine stuffing box thickness of body Thickness of brass Thickness of cap Thickness of flange Thickness of metal Thickness of ribs trunnion tubes weigh shaft Width of bar Width of exhaust wrought iron
Side 226 - BAIRD.— The American Cotton Spinner, and Manager's and Carder's Guide : A Practical Treatise on Cotton Spinning ; giving the Dimensions and Speed of Machinery, Draught and Twist Calculations, etc. ; with notices of recent Improvements : together with Rules and Examples for making changes in the sizes and numbers of Roving and Yarn. Compiled from the papers of the late ROBERT H. BAIRD.
Side 235 - TAYLOR.— Statistics of Coal : Including Mineral Bituminous Substances employed in Arts and Manufactures; with their Geographical, Geological, and Commercial Distribution and Amount of Production and Consumption on the American Continent. With Incidental Statistics of the Iron Manufacture. By RC TAYLOR. Second edition, revised by SS HALDEMAN. Illustrated by five Maps and many wood engravings. 8vo., cloth $10.00 TEMPLETON.
Side 221 - BLINN.— A Practical Workshop Companion for Tin, SheetIron, and Copper-plate Workers : Containing Rules for describing various kinds of Patterns used by Tin, Sheet-Iron and Copper-plate Workers; Practical Geometry; Mensuration of Surfaces and Solids ; Tables of the Weights of Metals, Lead-pipe, etc.
Side 240 - The Unity of Law : As Exhibited in the Relations of Physical, Social, Mental and Moral Science (1872).
Side 219 - ARMENGAUD, AMOROUX, AND JOHNSON.— The Practical Draughtsman's Book of Industrial Design, and Machinist's and Engineer's Drawing Companion : Forming a Complete Course of Mechanical Engineering and Architectural Drawing. From the French of M. Armengaud the elder, Prof, of Design in the Conservatoire of Arts ami Industry, Paris, and MM.
Side 224 - Lackering, Japanning, and Varnishing; to make French Polish ; to prepare the Best Glues, Cements, and Compositions, and a number of Receipts particularly useful for workmen generally. By J. STOKES. In one volume, 12mo.
Side 222 - NICHOLSON.— A Manual of the Art of Bookbinding: Containing full instructions in the different Branches of Forwarding, Gilding, and Finishing. Also, the Art of Marbling Book-edges and Paper. By JAMES B. NICHOLSON. Illustrated.
Side 236 - Turner's (The) Companion: Containing Instructions in Concentric, Elliptic, and Eccentric Turning : also various Plates of Chucks, Tools, and Instruments ; and Directions for using the Eccentric Cutter, Drill, Vertical Cutter, and Circular Rest ; with Patterns and Instructions for working them.
Side 224 - A Practical Treatise on Mechanical Engineering: Comprising Metallurgy, Moulding, Casting, Forging, Tools, Workshop Machinery, Mechanical Manipulation, Manufacture of SteamEngines, etc. With an Appendix on the Analysis of Iron and Iron Ores.
Side 233 - Paper-Hanger's Companion : A Treatise in which the Practical Operations of the Trade are Systematically laid down : with Copious Directions Preparatory to Papering; Preventives against the Effect of Damp on Walls; the various Cements and Pastes Adapted to the Several Purposes of the Trade ; Observations and Directions for the Panelling and Ornamenting of Rooms, etc.