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Page iv - As it is not possible to understand the method of operation of a machine from photographs alone, examples of all the great types of gear-cutting machines are illustrated by detailed drawings. In some instances also full examples are given of the sizing and cutting of gears from shop operation sheets, in association with the machines to which they have reference. Demy 8vo ; 365 pages ; 367 Illustrations and Appendix of Tables; 7/6 net ENGINEERS...
Page 82 - ... and the distance between them is equal to the length of the smaller cross-section.
Page 114 - It will be seen that as the piston moves from one end of its stroke to the other, the rod moves vertically in the stuffing-box by an amount approximately equal to K in the diagram.
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Page 17 - ... being in the condition of a beam supported at both ends and loaded between the points of support.