The marine steam engine: a treatise for engineering students, young engineers, and officers of the Royal Navy and Mercantile Marine

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Longmans, Green and Co., 1899 - Biography & Autobiography - 519 pages

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Contents

THE MECHANISM
20
CHAPTER PAGB XV Regulating and Expansion Valves and Gear
166
Slidevalves and Fittings
172
Starting and Revebsing Arrangements
197
Arrangement of the Cylindebs op Compound Tbiple and Quadruple Expansion Engines
212
Details of Cylinders and Engineroom Fittings in Connection
225
Condensers Feedwater Fittings and Under watee Valves
244
Rotaby Motion
268
GENERAL
317
The Indicator and Indicator Diagrams
334
Pumping Watertight and Fire Arrangements
362
Auxiliary Machinery and Fittings
372
Raising Steam and Getting Under Way
417
Management of Engines Under WayEngine and Boiler Defects
428
Engines Done withExaminations Adjust ments and General Information
444
Materials Used in Construction
450

THE PROPELLER
268
Propulsion
287
Coefficients and Cubves of Pebfoemance
301
Paddlewheels
309
SobewpbopejjLebs
315
Theoretical Indicator Diagrams of Stage Ex pansion Engines
459
A Application of the Indicator Diagram to Determine
483
C Extracts from the Board of Trade Rules relating
491
d Lloyds Rules for Boilers and Machinery
502
INDEX
509

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