Experimental Engineering and Manual for Testing: For Engineers and for Students in Engineering Laboratories

Front Cover
John Wiley & Sons, 1892 - Building materials - 730 pages
0 Reviews
 

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Contents

Accuracy of Numerical Calculation
15
Graphical Representation of Experiments
16
Autographic Diagrams
17
CHAPTER II
20
The Vernier
23
The Polar Planimeter
24
The Suspended Planimeter
33
The Roller Planimeter
37
ARTICLE PArE 38 Calibration of Planimeters
39
Care and Adjustment of Planimeters
42
The Vernier Caliper
49
The Micrometer
50
The Micrometer Caliper
51
The Cathetometer
54
CHAPTER III
57
Straindiagrams
59
Viscosity 00
60
4S Notation
62
Flexure 00
66
Shearing
71
Modulus of Rigidity
73
Combination of Two Stresses
74
60 Thermodynamic Relations
76
CHAPTER IV
76
General Description of Machines
78
Shackles or Holders
80
Emery Testingmachine
84
6S Riehli Bros Testingmachine 89 f 70 Olsen Testingmachine
92
Thurstons Torsion Machine
96
Riehl6 Torsion Machine
99
Impact Testingmachine
101
7S Testingmachine Accessories
104
Extensometers
109
Deflectometer
115
CHAPTER V
116
Strain diagrams
124
Tension Tests
125
Compression Tests
134
Transverse Tests
135
Elastic Curve
139
Torsion Test
140
Impact Test
143
Special Tests of Material
145
Method of Testing Bridge Materials
148
Admiralty Tests
152
in Lloyds Tests for Steel used in Shipbuilding
153
Tests for Castiron Waterpipe
154
Testing Stones
155
Bricks
158
Paving Material
159
Hydraulic Cements
161
CHAPTER VI
170
Friction of Teeth
173
of Fluids
174
of Lubricated Surfaces
175
Viscosity
178
ARTICLE FACl 178 Practical Directions for Use of Brake 215
179
Gumming
182
Firetest lSa 147 Testing of LubricantsCold Test
185
Oiltesting MachinesRankines
189
Coefficient of Friction
194
Richies Oiltesting Machine
197
Durability Test of Lubricants
199
Experiment with Limited Feed i
203
Forms for Report of Lubricant Test
205
CHAPTER VII
207
The Alden Brake
213
Fanbrakes 217
219
Steelyard
222
Pillowblock
224
Differential
227
Emerson
231
Van Winkle
233
Belt
235
CHAPTER VIII
242
Flow of Water over WeirsFormula
244
through NozzlesFormula
247
under PressureFormula
248
in Circular Pipes
249
through a DiaphragmFormula
251
Method of Measuring the Flow of Water by Weirs
253
Meters
255
Nozzles
259
Diaphragms
260
Overshot Waterwheels
283
Breastwheels 2
285
Reactionwheels
291
Pumps 209
299
CHAPTER X
307
Steamtables
316
Draughtgauges
323
Steamgauges 320
329
Apparatus for Testing Gauges
335
CHAPTER XII
341
Directions for Use of Planimeters
350
J95 Calibration of Thermometers
352
CHAPTER XIII
360
General Methods
361
Errors in Calorimeters
366
Sampling the Steam 360
367
Water Equivalent of Calorimeter
371
Barrel Calorimeter
374
ARTICLE PACI 375 Standard Method of Testing Steamboilers 445
377
Hoadley Calorimeter
378
Barrus Continuous Calorimeter
380
Barrus Superheating Calorimeter
386
32S Throttling Calorimeter
388
Separator Calorimeter
400
Chemical Calorimeter
404
CHAPTER XIV
407
Heat of Combustion
408
Determination of Heat by Welters Law
410
Temperature produced by Combustion
412
Composition of Fuels
414
34S FuelcalorimetersPrinciple
415
Favre and Silbermanns
417
Thompsons
419
Berthier
420
Continuous
421
Value of Fuel by Boilertrial
422
Analysis of the Products of Combustion
423
Reagents for Fluegas Analysis
425
Elliots Fluegas Apparatus
429
Wilsons
431
Hemples
433
Deductions from Flue gas Analysis
436
CHAPTER XV
442
Efficiency of a Boiler
443
CHAPTER XVI
459
Early Forms
461
3S1 Richards
462
Thompson
463
Tabor
464
Crosby
465
Calkins
467
Bachelder Straightline and Arc Indicators
469
Reducingmotions
473
Calibration
479
3y7 Method of Attaching to the Cylinder
485
CHAPTER XVII
489
Measurement of Diagrams
493
Form of Diagram
495
Weight of Steam from the Diagram
499
Clearance from the Diagram
502
40S Cylinder condensation and Reevaporation
503
Discussion of Diagrams
504
Diagrams from Compound Engines
507
Crankshaft and Steamchest Diagrams
509
CHAPTER XVIII
511
Measurement of Speed
513
Surface Condenser
518
Calibration of Apparatus
520
Preparations tor Testing
523
Quantities to be Observed
525
ARTICLE PAG
526
Hirns Analysis
537
CHAPTER XIX
552
Standard Method of Testing Locomotives
572
Experimental Engines
594
The Inertiadiagram
602
CHAPTER XXI
608
Limits of
614
CHAPTER XXII
624
The Gasengine
630
Tables
637
Index
695
Copyright

Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases

Popular passages

Page 1 - Manual for Steel Users 12mo, 2 00 O'Driscoll's Treatment of Gold Ores 8vo, 2 00 Thurston's Iron and Steel 8vo, 3 50 Alloys 8vo, 250 Wilson's Cyanide Processes 12mo, 1 50 MINERALOGY AND MINING.
Page 23 - Rideal's Sewage and the Bacterial Purification of Sewage.. .8vo, 3 50 Ruddiman's Incompatibilities in Prescriptions 8vo, 2 00...
Page 3 - VENTILATION. Baldwin's Steam Heating 12mo, 2 50 Beard's Ventilation of Mines 12mo, 2 50 Carpenter's Heating and Ventilating of Buildings 8vo, 3 00 Gerhard's Sanitary House Inspection 12mo, 1...
Page 442 - The water-level should be as nearly as possible the same as at the beginnihg of the test. If it is not the same, a correction should be made by computation, and not by operating pump after test is completed.
Page 440 - In preparing for and conducting trials of steamboilers, the specific object of the proposed trial should be clearly defined and steadily kept in view. II. Measure and record the dimensions, position, etc., of grate and heating surfaces, flues and chimneys, proportion of air space in the grate surface, kind of draught, natural or forced.
Page 3 - Manual of the Steam Engine. Part I., Structure and Theory 8vo, 6 00 " Manual of the Steam Engine. Part II., Design, Construction, and Operation 8vo, 6 00 2 parts, 10 00 Thurston's Philosophy of the Steam Engine 12mo, 75 " Reflection on the Motive Power of Heat.
Page 3 - The boiler being thoroughly heated by a preliminary run, the fires are to be burned low and well cleaned. Note the amount of coal left on the grate as nearly as it can be estimated ; note the pressure of steam and the water level, and note this time as the time of starting the test.
Page 22 - Merriman & Jacoby's Text-book of Roofs and Bridges. Part II., Graphic Statics 8vo, 2 50 Merrimau & Jacoby's Text-book of Roofs and Bridges. Part III., Bridge Design Svo, 2 50 Merriman & Jacoby's Text-book of Roofs and Bridges.

Bibliographic information