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Page 137 - THE APPLICATION OF GRAPHIC METHODS TO THE DESIGN OF STRUCTURES. Profusely illustrated. A Treatment by Graphic Methods of the Forces and Principles necessary for consideration in the Design of Engineering Structures, Roofs, Bridges, Trusses, Framed Structures, Walls, Dams. Chimneys, and Masonry Structures. By WWF PULLEN, Wh.Sc., AMInst.CE, MIMech.E. Second Edition. Crown 8vo, cloth, price 5s. net, post free 5s. 4d. D " Engineers generally will find this work of much value.
Page 137 - Crown 8vo, cloth, price 5s., post free anywhere. THE MANUFACTURE OF IRON AND STEEL TUBES. By EDWARD CR MARKS, Assoc.M.Inst.CE, MIMech.E., Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Patent Agents. Crown 8vo, cloth, price 2s. 6d. net, post free anywhere. THE NAVAL ENGINEER AND THE COMMAND OF THE SEA. By FRANCIS G. BURTON, author of " Engineering Estimates and Cost Accounts,
Page iii - OF THE INSTITUTION OF NAVAL ARCHITECTS. With numerous Illustrations and Tables. THIS work has been written for the purpose of placing in the hands of Naval Constructors, Shipbuilders, Officers of the Royal and Mercantile Marines, and all...
Page 138 - THE MANAGEMENT OF SMALL ENGINEERING WORKSHOPS. By ARTHUR H. BARKER, BA, B.Sc., Wh.Sc., &c., Author of "Graphical Calculus," "Graphic Methods of Engine Design,
Page 83 - The directors shall cause true accounts to be kept, — Of the stock in trade of the company ; Of the sums of money received and expended by the company, and the matter in respect of which such receipt and expenditure takes place ; and, Of the credits and liabilities of the company...
Page 138 - MARINE ENGINEERS: THEIR QUALIFICATIONS AND DUTIES. With Notes on the Care and Management of Marine Engines, Boilers, Machinery, &c, By EQ OONSTANTINE, A«soc.M.Inst.OE, MIMech.E. "It is a masterly book of instruction, and the author can be congratulated upon having produced a really useful and serviceable manual."— Western Mail.
Page 137 - THE CHEMISTRY OF MATERIALS OF ENGINEERING. By A. HUMBOLDT SEXTON. Professor of Metallurgy. Glasgow and West of Scotland Technical College. Third Edition. Crown 8vo, price 5s. net, post free 5s. 4d. "An interesting and very useful text book."— Mechanical World. "An excellent book, we congratulate the author.
Page 137 - Second Edition. Crown 8vo, cloth, price 4s. 6d. net, post free anywhere 4s. lOd. " Of much value to draughtsmen and engineers, to whom we cordially recommend it.