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The Mule Spinning Process and the Machinery Employed in It: Described with ...
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16 teeth 24 teeth alteration axis back roller bars beater bell crank bobbin bottom carding engines carriage carrier wheel carries centre chain change wheel circumference circumferential velocity coiler consequently cops cotton delivered diameter direction doffer double scutcher draught drawbox drawing frame drawing rollers driving cone driving pulley driving shaft engine head fastened feed cloth feed lattice feed rollers fixed front roller fulcrum gear grains hank intermediate frame intermediate shaft last box latter layer of thread lever oscillating lifted loose pulley machine main shaft moves number of fibres number of revolutions number of teeth number of twists numbers of yarn ounces pennyweights pinion plate point L3 position ratio revolutions per minute revolving roving frame shaft G shewn sieve slides sliver speed spinning stop stop motion stud taken round takes place thickness tooth turned round twists per inch vertical weft weight whereby wound yard of lap
Page 10 - TROY WEIGHT. 24 Grains = 1 Pennyweight = 24 Grains. 20 Pennyweights = 1 Ounce = 480 Grains. 12 Ounces = 1 Pound = 5760 Grains.
Page 50 - ... portion of the proboscis, except for the presence of two pairs of cuticular hooks (//.), placed right and left on each side of the posterior end, and for the presence of a thickening of the hypodermis. This thickening (Nv.) lies ventral just behind the diaphragm, and shows a double row of large nuclei, one row to the right and the other to the left of the median line, and each row with four to five nuclei. This thickening is to be regarded as the nervous system of the larva. It is an ectodermal...
Page 70 - The screw for moving k 2 is turned by hand; various apparatus have been employed to make this regulation self-acting, but according to...
Page 70 - ... has still to correct this regulation; so that until now nothing else has been achieved by the self-regulating motions, but that the workman has to turn the screw a few times less.