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Page 6 - We have no hesitation in saying there are young engineers — and a good many old engineers too — who can read this book, not only with profit. but pleasure ; and this is more than can be said of most works on heat." — The Engineer. " The volume bristles from beginning to end with practical examples culled from every department of technology. In these days of rapid book-making it is quite refreshing to read through a work like this, having originality of treatment stamped on every page.
Page 5 - THE With an Account of the Regimen of the Missouri River and a Description of the Methods used for Founding in that River. By O. Chanute, Chief Engineer, and George Morrison, Assistant Engineer. Illustrated with 5 lithographic views and 12 plates of plans. 4to, cloth $6.00 KAPP, GISBERT, CE Electric Transmission of Energy and its Transformation, Subdivision, and Distribution.
Page 23 - Metal Turning.' Illustrated with about 250 Engravings, and containing an Appendix of Useful Shop Notes and Memoranda. 5^. ' A practical manual for practical people.'— English Mechanic. ' Calculated to aid and encourage the most useful set of handicraftsmen we have amongst vs.'— Daily Chronicle. THE PRINCIPLES OF PATTERN MAKING.
Page 17 - WEYMOUTH* F. MARTEN. Drum Armatures and Commutators. (Theory and Practice.) A complete Treatise on the Theory and Construction of Drum Winding, and of commutators for closed-coil armatures, together with a full resume of some of the principal points involved in their design, and an exposition of armature re-actions and sparking.
Page 6 - Handbook. Tables and Analytical Methods for Manufacturers of Sulphuric Acid, Nitric Acid, Soda, Potash and Ammonia. Second Edition. 12mo, cloth $3.00 LUPTON, A., PARR, GDA, and PERKIN, H.
Page 20 - The square section of belts at different strains per square inch. For office use, printed on cardboard, with metal edges and suspender, price 2s.; post free 2s 2d. For the pocket, mounted on linen, in strong case, 2s 6d., post free 2s. 8d.
Page 8 - SLATER, JW Sewage Treatment, Purification, and Utilization. A Practical Manual for the Use of Corporations, Local Boards, Medical Officers of Health, Inspectors of Nuisances, Chemists, Manufacturers, Riparian Owners, Engineers, and Rate-payers. 12mo, cloth $2.25 SMITH, ISAAC W., CE The Theory of Deflections and of Latitudes and Departures.
Page 11 - THE CHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF IRON A Complete Account of all the Best Known Methods for the Analysis of Iron, Steel, Pig-Iron, Iron Ore, Limestone, Slag, Clay, Sand, Coal, Coke, and Furnace and Producer Gases.
Page 29 - Edition, revised. 12mo, cloth 50 Electric Bells, and All About Them. A Practical Book for Practical Men. With more than 100 Illustrations.