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Business Geography and the Development of American Industries - Page 93
by Edward Sherwood Mead - 1902 - 231 pages
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The Civil Engineer and Architect's Journal, Volume 14

William Laxton - Civil engineering - 1851
...airpump is not placed in the same vertical plane as the steam-cylinders, but at an angle to it, so that the distance between them is less than the diameter of the former. The outside width of the engine-framing, which is composed of wrought-iron plates bolted together,...
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Physical Chemistry of Vital Phenomena: For Students and Investigators in the ...

Jesse Francis McClendon - Biochemistry - 1917 - 240 pages
...by the following model. A rubber tube has a series of close fitting metal rings slipped over it so that the distance between them is less than the diameter of the tube. The tube is closed at one end and water is pumped into the other. As the volume of the contained...
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