Gas Engine, Volume 6

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Gas Engine Publishing Company, 1862 - Engines
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Page 116 - ... fide reduction of force, and that before such reduction shall be made the reasons therefor shall be given in writing by the collector of the district and shall be approved by the Commissioner of Internal Revenue and the Secretary of the Treasury.
Page 116 - ... and shall be fined not less than five hundred dollars, nor more than five thousand dollars, and be imprisoned not less than six months nor more than three years.
Page 31 - Act (which relates to the rate of speed of motor cars) is hereby repealed, but a person shall not, under any circumstances, drive a motor car on a public highway at a speed exceeding twenty miles per hour, and, within any limits or place referred to in regulations made by the Local Government Board with a view to the safety of the public on the application of the local authority of the area in which the limits or place are situate, a person shall not drive a motor car at a speed...
Page 116 - States, shall be fined not less than two hundred dollars nor more than one thousand dollars, and imprisoned not less than one year nor more than five years.
Page 298 - THE GAS-ENGINE HANDBOOK. A Manual of Useful Information for the Designer and the Engineer. By EW ROBERTS, ME With Forty Full-page Engravings. Small Fcap. 8vo, leather.
Page 31 - ... miles per hour, and, within any limits or place referred to in regulations made by the Local Government Board with a view to the safety of the public on the application of the local authority of the area in which the limits or place are situate, a person shall not drive a motor car at a speed exceeding ten miles per hour.
Page 169 - Mechanical Engineer's Reference Book A Hand-book of Tables, Formulas, and Methods for Engineers, Students and Draftsmen By Henry Harrison Suplee, B.Sc., ME...
Page 567 - Z is the space between the piston and the cylinder head (when the piston is at the end of the stroke), toi,-i 8 gether with the volume of the steam ports.
Page 562 - A prophecy expressed frequently in engineering circles at the present day is that turbines actuated by hot gases, other than steam, will eventually come to the front as prime movers. The idea of employing hot gases (other than steam) to drive turbines is by no means new ; but the success of the steam-turbine has recently brought the question into prominence.
Page 67 - And if a local increase of power is needed, generally two or three hours' work is all that is required to supplement a motor with a smaller one, or replace it by one of greater capacity. "Each plant and locality presents its own problems, which must be individually considered and suitably met. The question of concentrated versus scattered gas engines admits of no sweeping decision. For those scattered points of a plant where the loads are small in amount or very variable in character, and for points...

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