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Page 128 - Section I. On the Equality and Distribution of Forces Section II. Resistance of Timber Section III. Construction of Floors Section IV. Construction of Roofs Section V. Construction of Domes and Cupolas Section VI. Construction of Partitions Section VII. Scaffolds, Staging, and Gantries Section VIII. Construction of Centres for Bridges Section IX. Coffer-dams, Shoring, and Strutting Section X. Wooden Bridges and Viaducts Section XI. Joints, Straps, and other...
Page 133 - The Elements of Graphic Statics. By Professor KARL VON OTT, translated from the German by GS CLARKE, Capt. RE, Instructor in Mechanical Drawing, Royal Indian Engineering College. With 93 illustrations, crown 8vo, cloth, 5*. A Practical Treatise on the Manufacture and Distribution of Coal Gas.
Page 132 - Treatise on Valve-Gears, with special consideration of the Link-Motions of Locomotive Engines. By Dr. GUSTAV ZEUNER, Professor of Applied Mechanics at the Confederated Polytechnikum of Zurich. Translated from the Fourth German Edition, by Professor JF KLEIN, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, Pa. Illustrated, 8vo, cloth, 12s.
Page 138 - The Practice of Hand Turning in Wood, Ivory, Shell, etc., with Instructions for Turning such Work in Metal as may be required in the Practice of Turning in Wood, Ivory, etc. ; also an Appendix on Ornamental Turning. (A book for beginners.) By FRANCIS CAMPIN.
Page 136 - Screw Cutting Tables, for the use of Mechanical Engineers, showing the proper arrangement of Wheels for cutting the Threads of Screws of any required pitch, with a Table for making the Universal Gas-pipe Threads and Taps.
Page 132 - Fonts et Chaussees. Translated and Edited, with Additions, by CJ WHARTON, Assoc. Soc. TeL Eng. and Elec. With 113 engravings and diagrams, crown 8vo, cloth, "Js.
Page 127 - Hurst's is the very best of them all, without any exception. It would be useless to attempt a recapitulation of the contents, for it appears to contain almost...
Page 138 - Exponents Negative Exponents Roots, and the Use of Exponents as Logarithms Logarithms Tables of Logarithms and Proportionate Parts Transformation of System of Logarithms Common Uses of Common Logarithms Compound Multiplication and the binomial Theorem Division, Fractions, and Ratio Continued Proportion The Series and the Summation of the Series Limit of Series Square and Cube Roots Equations List of Formulae, etc. Spons...
Page 132 - The volume which contains 118 printed pages, besides a few blank pages for memoranda is, in fact, a true pocket-book, adapted for being carried in the waistcoat pocket, and containing a far greater amount and variety of information than most people would imagine could be compressed into so small a space ..... The little volume has been compiled with considerable care and judgment, and we can cordially recommend it to our readers as a useful little pocket companion.
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