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Steam pumps: a collection of catalogues - Page 222
by Knowles Steam Pump Works - 1898
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The Little Giant Cyclopedia and Treasury of Ready Reference: 1,000,001 ...

K. L. Armstrong - 1889
...power necessary to elevate water to a given height, multiply the total weight of the water in fcs. by the height in feet and divide the product by 33,000 (an allowance of 25 per cent, should be added for water friction, and a further allowance of 25 per cent, for loss...
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Pumps and Pumping: A Hand-book for Pump Users, Being Notes on Selection ...

Manfred Powis Bale - Pumping machinery - 1892 - 121 pages
...the height of lift required for the valve, which should equal one-fourth the diameter of the valve. To find the Horse-power necessary to elevate water to a given height. Multiply the total weight of the column of water in pounds by the velocity per minute in feet, and divide the product...
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Manual of Useful Information: Embracing More Than 100,000 Facts, Figures and ...

Handbooks, vade-mecums, etc - 1893 - 480 pages
...the horse power necessary to elevate water to a giveu height, multiply the total weight of the water in pounds by the height in feet and divide the product by 33,000 (an allowance of twenty-five per cent should be added for water friction, and a further allowance of twentyfive per...
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Aluminum and Aluminum Alloys in the Form of Ingots, Castings, Bars, Plates ...

Aluminum Company of America - Aluminum alloys - 1897 - 266 pages
...water to a given height. Multiply the total weight of the water to be elevated in one minute in ll>s. by the height in feet, and divide the product by 33,000 (an allowance of 25 per cent, should be added for water friction, and a further allowance of 25 per cent, for loss...
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Aids to Engineers' Examination: Prepared for Applicants of All Grades, with ...

Nehemiah Hawkins - Steam engineering - 1898 - 210 pages
...horse-power necessary to pump water to a given height ? Ans. Multiply the total weight of the water in pounds by the height in feet and divide the product by 33,000. Qnes. How do you find the pressure in Ibs., per square inch, of a column of water ? Ans. Multiply the...
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Modern Plumbing, Steam and Hot Water Heating: A New Practical Work for the ...

James Joseph Lawler - Hot-water heating - 1899 - 383 pages
...17.30 6 6.06 6.62 6 to 8 20.69 22.:i8 7 7.02 7.62 Special. 26.28 27.77 8 7.98 8.62 Special. 29.88 33.69 To find the horse-power necessary to elevate water...elevated per minute in pounds by the height in feet, and divided the product by 33,000 (an allowance should be added for water friction, and a further allowance...
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Creosoted Timber: Its Preparation and Uses

Norfolk Creosoting Co - Building materials - 1900 - 92 pages
...square the diameter of the water cylinder in inches and multiply by 4. Example: Capacity of a 5-inch cylinder is desired. The square of the diameter (5...necessary to elevate water to a given height, multiply the tolal weight of the water in pounds by the height in feet, and divide the product by 33,000 (an allowance...
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Maxims and Instructions for the Boiler Room: Useful to Engineers, Firemen ...

Nehemiah Hawkins - Steam-boilers - 1900 - 331 pages
...multiplied by 4, gives 100, the number of gallons per minute (approximately). To find the horse power necessary to elevate water to a given height, multiply the weight of the water elevated per minute in Ibs. by the height in feet, and divide the product by 33,000 (an allowance should be added for water...
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Encyclopedia [containing] illustrations, descriptions and prices of ... well ...

American Well Works (Aurora, Ill.) - Technology & Engineering - 1900 - 224 pages
...the horse-power required to elevate water to a given height, .nultiply the total weight of the water in pounds by the height in feet and divide the product by 33.000. An allowance should .be made for losses by friction and condensation. t'se Air Chamber on long...
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Hand Book of Calculations for Engineers and Firemen: Relating to the Steam ...

Nehemiah Hawkins - Steam engineering - 1901 - 319 pages
...horse power necessary to pump water to a given height. EULE. Multiply the total weight of the water in pounds, by the height in feet, and divide the product by 33,000. PUMPS. EXAMPLE. What power is required to elevate 90,800 Ibs. of water 45 ft. ' 90,800 45 454000 363200...
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