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" The conditions of the boiler and furnace in all respects should be, as nearly as possible, the same at the end as at the beginning of the test. The steam pressure should be the same ; the... "
Valve Gears, Mechanics of the Steam Engine, Steam-engine Governors, Steam ... - Page 48
by International Correspondence Schools, International Textbook Company - 1908
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ASME Transactions, Volume 5

Mechanical engineering - 1884
...at the beginning of a test. The steam pressure and the water level should be the same. The fire upon the grates should be the same in quantity and condition,...walls, flues, etc., should be of the same temperature. It is difficult to secure uniformity in all of these conditions. Several methods to secure a near approximation...
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Van Nostrand's Engineering Magazine, Volume 32

Engineering - 1885
...beginning of the test. The steam pressure should be the same, the water level the same, the fire upon the grates should be the same in quantity and condition,...walls, flues, etc., should be of the same temperature. To secure as near an approximation to exact uniformity as possible in conditions of the fire and in...
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A Manual of Steam-boilers: Their Design, Construction, and Operation

Robert Henry Thurston - Steam-boilers - 1888 - 671 pages
...beginning of the test. The steam-pressure should be the same, the water-level the same, the fire upon the grates should be the same in quantity and condition,...walls, flues, etc., should be of the same temperature. To secure as near an approximation to exact uniformity as possible in conditions of the fire and in...
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A Treatise on Steam-boiler: Their Strength, Construction, and Economical Working

John Joseph Flather - Steam-boilers - 1889 - 437 pages
...beginning of the test. The steam pressure should be the same, the water level the same, the fire upon the grates should be the same in quantity and condition,...walls, flues, etc., should be of the same temperature. To secure as near an approximation to exact uniformity as possible in conditions of the fire and in...
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A Treatise on Steam-boilers: Their Strength, Construction, and Economical ...

John Joseph Flather - Steam-boilers - 1892 - 437 pages
...beginning of the test. The steam pressure should be *he same, the water level the same, the fire upon the grates should be the same in quantity and condition,...walls, flues, etc., should be of the same temperature. To secure as near an approximation to exact uniformity as possible in conditions of the fire and in...
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A Manual of Steam Boilers: Their Design, Contruction, and Operation : for ...

Robert Henry Thurston - Steam-boilers - 1890 - 671 pages
...beginning of the test. The steam-pressure should be the same, the water-level the same, the fire upon the grates should be the same in quantity and condition,...walls, flues, etc., should be of the same temperature. To secure as near an approximation to exact uniformity as possible in conditions of the fire and in...
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A Handbook of Engine and Boiler Trials and of the Indicator and Prony Brake ...

Robert Henry Thurston - Indicators for steam-engines - 1890 - 514 pages
...beginning of the test. The steam-pressure should be the same, the water-level the same, the fire upon the grates should be the same in quantity and condition,...walls, flues, etc., should be of the same temperature. To secure as near an approximation to exact uniformity as possible in conditions of the fire and in...
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Experimental Engineering and Manual for Testing: For Engineers and for ...

Rolla Clinton Carpenter - Building materials - 1892 - 730 pages
...beginning of the test. The steam-pressure should be the same, the water-level the same, the fire upon the grates should be the same in quantity and condition,...walls, flues, etc., should be of the same temperature. To secure as near an approximation to exact uniformity as possible in conditions of the fire and in...
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A Text-book of Experimental Engineering: For Engineers and for Students in ...

Building materials - 1892 - 709 pages
...beginning of the test. The steam-pressure should be the same, the water-level the same, the fire upon the grates should be the same in quantity and condition,...walls, flues, etc., should be of the same temperature. To secure as near an approximation to exact uniformity as possible in conditions of the fire and in...
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Modern Mechanism: Exhibiting the Latest Progress in Machines, Motors, and ...

Park Benjamin - Mechanical engineering - 1892 - 924 pages
...beginning of the test. The steam pressure should be the same, the water-level the same, the fire upon the grates should be the same in quantity and condition,...walls, flues, etc., should be of the same temperature. To secure as near an approximation to exact uniformity as possible in conditions of the fire and in...
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