| Industrial arts - 1838
...in which Fitch describes to the public the plan on which his projected steam-boat was to be built. " **The cylinder is to be horizontal, and the steam to work with equal force at each end.** The mode by which we obtain what I term a vacuum is, it is believed, entirely new, as is also the method... | |
| Jared Sparks - United States - 1845
...of the plan of this craft is given by the inventor, in the Columbian Magazine for December, 1786. " **The cylinder is to be horizontal, and the steam to work with equal force at each end.** The method by which we obtain a vacuum is, it is believed, entirely new, as is also the method of letting... | |
| Jared Sparks - United States - 1845
...of the plan of this craft is given by the inventor, in the Columbian Magazine for December, 1786. " **The cylinder is to be horizontal, and the steam to work with equal force at each end.** The method by which we obtain a vacuum is, it is believed, entirely new, as is also the method of letting... | |
| Jared Sparks - United States - 1847
...description of the plan of this craft is given by the inventor, in the Columbian Magazine for December, 1786. **"The cylinder is to be horizontal, and the steam to work with equal force at each end.** The method by which we obtain a vacuum is, it is believed, entirely new, as is also the method of letting... | |
| Royal society of arts - 1847
...mode by which we obtain what I call a vacuum, is, it is believed, entirely new, as is also the method **of letting the water into it, and throwing it off against the atmosphere without** friction. " It is expected that the cylinder, which is of twelve inches diameter, will move a clear... | |
| Bennet Woodcroft - Steam-navigation - 1848 - 140 pages
...in which Fitch describes to the public the plan on which his projected steam boat was to be built. " **The cylinder is to be horizontal, and the steam to work with equal force at each end.** The mode by which we obtain what I call a vacuum, is, it is believed, entirely new, as is also the... | |
| James Wynne - 1850 - 356 pages
...force of steam; the steam engine is to be similar to the late improved steam engine in Europe, these **alterations excepted; the cylinder is to be horizontal,...and the steam to work with equal force at each end** thereof. The mode of forming a vacuum is believed to be entirely new, also of letting the water into... | |
| James Wynne - 1850 - 356 pages
...to be similar to the late improved steam engine in Europe, these alterations excepted; the'cylinder **is to be horizontal, and the steam to work with equal force at each end** thereof. The mode of forming a vacuum is believed to be entirely new, also of letting the water into... | |
| Robert Macfarlane - Inventors - 1851 - 144 pages
...the following description of his boat, in the Columbian Magazine, December, 1786. Fra. 6. A \ \_ " **The cylinder is to be horizontal, and the steam to work with equal force at** both ends. The mode by which we obtain a vacuum is, we believe, entirely new, as is also the method... | |
| Robert Macfarlane - Inventors - 1851 - 144 pages
...the following description of his boat, in the Columbian Magazine, December, 1786. . Fis. 6. A \ \^ " **The cylinder is to be horizontal, and the steam to work with equal force at** both ends. The mode by which we obtain a vacuum is, we believe, entirely new, as is also the method... | |
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