What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
CAVITATION BY HENRY F SCHMIDT MEMBER
A SHORT HISTORY OF THE NAVAL USE OF FUEL OIL PART I
4 other sections not shown
Other editions - View all
A.C. motors alternating current application armature auto-transformer bars battleships Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation boiler brazing Bureau cast steel cast-steel body cavitating cavitating speed cent characteristics chills coils combustion cooling cracks crankcase curve cylinder covers Destroyers diameter Diesel engines directional solidification electric equipment experiments factor flange fluidity forged steel formation of hot fuel oil furnace gasoline green sand heat hot tears hydrogen inch increase induction motor installations iron liquid fuel load lubricating oil marine metal method mold resistance NAVAL ENGINEERS obtained oil burning operation oxide phase pipes piston head pitch ratios Plate poles power-factor projected area ratio propeller pump Rear Admiral REPULSION MOTOR result revolving rotating rotor sand ship Shipbuilding shown in Figure shows shrinkage single-phase squirrel-cage induction motor starting torque stator steam steel castings strength supply synchronous motor temperature thermocouple three-phase tion torpedo boat torque Turbine U. S. Navy valve vessels viscosity voltage