The Mechanical Engineers' Pocket-book: A Reference-book of Rules, Tables, Data, and FormulŠ

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John Wiley & sons, Incorporated, 1916 - Engineering - 1526 pages
 

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Contents

Degree of a Railway Curve
54
Sectors and Segments
60
Prism
62
Trigonometrical Formulae
68
Differentials of Algebraic Functions
74
Differential Forms which have Known Integrals
80
Examples solved by the Slide Kule
82
Squares Cubes Square Koots and Cube Boots from 0 1 to 1600
93
Squares and Cubes of Decimals
108
Circumferences of Circles hi Feet and Inches from 1 inch to 32
120
Spheres
126
Cylindrical Vessels Tanks Cisterns etc
132
Hyperbolic Logarithms
164
Logarithmic Trigonometric Functions
172
Bismuth
178
Formulae and Table for Weight of Rods Plates etc
181
Snow and Wind Loads on Roofs
191
Weights of Castiron Pipe Columns
197
Standard Sizes of Welded Pipa 2012t5
206
Standard Hose Couplings
218
Seamless Brass and Copper Tubes 224
224
Screwthreads U S Standard
231
Machine Screw Heads
237
Hanger Bolts
243
Wires of Different Metals
248
Wire Rope Tables 255262
255
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262
Chains and Chain Cables
264
Zirconia
270
Measure of Time 20
273
Repeated Shocks
276
Columns Pillars or Struts
283
Strength of Castiron Columns
289
Eccentric Loading of Columns
296
Dimensions and Weights of Structural Steel Sections
302
Spacing of Steel IBeams
311
Properties of Angles
316
Dimensions and Safe Load on Built Steel Columns 323330
323
Bethlehem Girder and Ibeams and Hcolumns
331
Strength of Unstayed Flat Surfaces
337
Hollow Copper Balls
345
Riveted Steel Waterpipes
351
Watertown Testingmachine Tests
359
Strength of Glass 3fi5
365
Copper Castings of High Conductivity
368
Alloys of Copper and Tin Bronze
384
Alloys used In Brass Foundries
390
Ropes and Cables
410
Springs
417
Carrying Capacity of Springs
419
Formulae for Pitch of Rivets 427
427
Riveting Pressures
435
Specifications for Pig Iron and Castings 441
441
Shrinkage of Cast Iron
447
Mixture of Cast Iron with Steel
453
Wrought Iron
459
Durability of Cast Iron
466
Preservative Coatings Paints etc
471
Electric Conductivity
477
Brittleness due to Longcontinued Heating
483
Steel Castings
489
Chrome Steel
496
ChromiumVanadium Steel
502
Firebox Steel
508
Local Weight 612
512
Centers of Oscillation and Percussion
518
Velocity due to Falling a Given Height 624
525
Energy of Recoil of Guns
531
The Togglejoint
537
Cranes and Derricks
541
Roof Truss
547
Copperball Pyrometer
553
Boilingpoints of Substances
559
Expansion by Heat
565
Solubility of Salt
571
Humidity Table
577
Steampipe Coverings
584
Transmission of Heat in Feedwater Heaters
590
Transmission from Flame to Water
593
Entropy
599
Flow of Gases
605
Weight of Air and Mixtures of Air and Vapor OH
613
Tables of Flow of Air 622
622
Economy of Windmills
630
Mean Effective Pressures 635
635
Compound Aircompression
636
Efficiency of Compressedair Engines
641
Practical Results with Air Transmission
647
Fans and Blowers
653
Effect of Resistance on Capacity of Fans
664
Flow of Air through an Orifice
670
Chimneys
674
Positive Rotary Blowers
677
Quantity of Air Discharged through a Ventilating Duct
683
Heating Value of Coal
687
Furnace Heating with Forced Air Supply
693
Carrying Capacity of Steam Pipes in Low Pressure Healing
700
Sizes of Flow and Return Pipes
707
Heating by Electricity
713
Buoyancy
719
Softening Hard Water
725
Formulae for Discharge through Orifices and Weirs
726
DArcys Formula
732
Table of Flow of Water in Circular Pipes 738743
738
Flow of Water in Houseservice Pipes
744
Hydrant Pressures Required with Different Lengths and Sizes
750
Frictional Resistance of Surfaces Moved in Water
756
Flow of Water over Weirs
762
Power of a PoD of Water 75
765
Determination of Dimensions of Turbine Runners 769A
769
Efficiency of Turbine wheels 771B
771
Draft Tubes
778
Formulae for Calculating the Power of Jet Water Wheels
784
Sizes of Directacting Pumps 780 7ll
790
The dAuria Pumping Engine
793
Carbon Gas
845
Gas Producer Practice
851
Acetylene Generators and Burners
857
Fuelvalue of Illuminating Gas
863
Flow of Gas in Pipes 864866
864
Specific Density of Gaseous Steam
870
Flow of Steam
876
Burstingtests of Copper Steampipes
882
Horsepower Builders Rating
888
Effect of Quality of Coal upon Efficiency
895
The Straight Line Formula for Efficiency 89ft
896
Heat Balance in Boiler Tests
907
Shellplate Formulae
913
The Hawley Downdraught Furnace
919
Thermal Storage
927
Springloaded Safetyvalves
933
Strains Caused by Cold Feedwater
939
Chimney Draught Theory
944
Table of Size of Chimneys
950
Steel Chimneys
956
Mechanical Energy of Steam Expanded Adiabatically
963
Indicator Diagrams
969
Theoretical Water Consumption
975
Formula for Calculating Work of Steam
981
Economic Performance of Steamengines
987
Steam Consumption in Small Engines
993
Steam Consumption of Different Types of Engine
999
Best Economy of the Piston Steam Engine 10O5
1005
Powerplant Economics
1011
Bules for Conducting Steamengine Tests
1017
The Piston
1023
Crossheadpin or Wristpin
1029
Equivalent Twisting Moment 10 32
1032
Crankshaft with three Cranks at 120
1038
Engineframes or Bedplates
1044
Arms of Flywheels and Pulleys
1050
Port Opening Lead and Inside Lead
1057
The Walschaerts Valvegear
1064
Coefficient of Heat Transference in Condensers
1070
Work done by an Airpump
1074
Calculation of Air Supply for Cooling Towers 108O
1080
Speed of the Blades
1086
Westinghouse Turbines at 74th St Station New York
1092
Pressures and Temperatures at End of Compression
1098
Oil and Gasoline Engines
1101
LOCOMOTIVES
1108
Woottens Locomotive
1114
Dimensions of Some American Locomotives
1120
Superheating in Locomotives
1126
Horsepower Transmitted by Shafting
1132
Proportions of Pulleys
1135
A F Nagles Formula
1141
Notes on Belting
1147
Roller Chain and Sprocket Drives
1153
Diametral and Circular Pitch 1 l
1159
The Cyclotdal Tooth 2
1165
Approximation by Circular Arcs
1166
Efficiency of Automobile Gears
1172
A Heavy Machinecut Spurgear
1178
Strength of Hooks and Shackles
1184
Position of the Inclined Brace in a Jib Crane 1
1190
Telpherage V
1196
Bucket Screw and Belt Conveyors
1197
Simple Engine Plane
1203
Breaking Strength of Wire Ropes
1209
Horsepower of Conveyors 1198
1215
Friction of Motion
1221
Friction of Metal under Steampressure
1223
Moment of Friction and Work of Friction
1229
The Hyatt Roller Bearing
1235
Keys of Various Forms 13281331
1240
Friction of Hydaulic Plunger Packing
1241
THE FOUNDRY
1247
THE MACHINESHOP
1258
Chatter
1264
Planer Work 12701275
1270
Number of Teeth in Milling Cutters
1276
Highspeed Milling
1282
Twist Drill and Steel Wire Gages
1286
Power Required for Machine Tools
1292
Horsepower Constants for Cutting Metals
1299
Power Required to Drive Shafting
1305
Emerywheels 13111317
1311
Grinding as a Substitute for Finish Turning
1317
Flow of Metals
1323
Depth of Key Seats
1329
Transmission Dynamometers
1335
Solubility of Ammonia
1341
Efficiency of a Refrigeratingmachine
1347
Piston Speeds and Revolutions per Minute
1353
Temperature Range
1359
Means for Applying the Cold
1365
Tons of Ice per Ton of Coal
1367
Relative Horsepower required for Different Speeds of Vessels
1373
Efficiency of the Propeller
1379
CONSTRUCTION OF BUILDINGS
1385
Safe Loads on Beams x
1387
Mill Columns
1393
Reinforced Concrete
1395
Permeability
1400
Direct Electric Currents
1406
Shortcircuiting
1411
Efficiencies of Distributing Systems
1417
Uses of Electric Furnaces
1423
Electrochemical Equivalents
1429
Moving Force of a Dynamoelectric Machine
1435
Power Factor
1441
Measurement of Power in Polyphase Circuits
1447
Auto Transformers
1453
Calculation of Alternating Current Circuits
1457
A 135000volt Threephase Transmission System
1461
Motors for Machine Tools
1467
Characteristics of Tungsten Lamps
1473
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