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12 inches 16 feet head aperture arms ARTICLE body bolting bottom buckets bushels cast iron centre circumference cog-wheel column conveyer cubic foot cubochs distance divided double draught effect elevator equal equilibrio experiments feet diameter feet fall feet long feet of water feet per second feet stone float flour foot force friction furrows garner gate gear give grain gravity greatest grind gudgeons hole hopper inch thick inches diameter inches long inches wide leading wheels lever load maximum meal mean circle mill-stone minute mortises motion move multiplied nearly non-elastic number of cogs octavo Oliver Evans overshot wheel pass penstock perpendicular descent pitch circle Plate pressure principles produce proportion pulley quantity of water rabbets ratio revolutions per minute round shaft shute side square root strap strike suppose surface theorem theory trundle turns undershot wheel velocity water-wheel weight wheat whole
Page 452 - This interesting and well-written work, in which the severe truth of history takes almost the wildness of romance, will constitute a valuable addition to our biographical literature.
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Page 144 - Experience confirms that this velocity of 3 feet in a second is applicable to the highest overshot wheels, as well as the lowest ; and all other parts of the work being properly adapted thereto, will produce very nearly the greatest effect possible : however, this also is certain from experience, that high wheels may deviate further from this rule, before they will lose their power, by a given aliquot part of the whole, than low ones can be admitted to do ; for a wheel of 24 feet high may move at...
Page 201 - These five machines are variously applied, in different mills, according to their construction, so as to perform every necessary movement of the grain, and meal, from one part of the mill to another, or from one machine to another, through all the various operations from the time the grain is emptied from the wagoner's bag, or from the measure on board the ship, until it be completely manufactured into flour, either superfine or of other qualities, and separated, ready for packing into barrels, for...
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Page 452 - We must pronounce Miss Strickland beyond all comparison the most entertaining historian in the English language. She is certainly a woman of powerful and active mind, as well as of scrupulous justice and honesty of purpose.
Page 35 - When the prop is at one end of the lever, the power at the other, and the weight between them.
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