Transactions, Volume 10

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Contents

et section
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semisection
9
Flow of steam at various pressuires
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Per cent of exhaust steam used
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Per cents of exhaust steam from receiver
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Apparatus to secure constaut pressure in receiver
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Pressure records from receiver
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Principle of Moriu dynamometer
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Diagram from
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of calibration of dynamometer
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friction in Straight Line engine
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engines with speed
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Diagram of friction of engines with cutoff
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attachment of dynamometer
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Judicator Cards Jarvis Engine
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Section of cylinder and valve Jarsis engine
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Indicator Cards Engine Delta Lumber
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sisting Internal Pressure
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Diagram of forces
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Novelty Iron Works Curves of water per horse power
34
Diagram of weights of steam per cubic foot
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Cone pulley with centrolinead
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REULEAUX F Friction in Toothed Gearing
45
MAIN CHAS T On the Use of the Compound Engine
48
Diagram of Cone pulley tangents
50
Appearance of Dry Steam at 55 lbs G
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Flow of steam at different pressures
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Friction on inclined plane
80
use of a centrolinead
81
Thurston R H On the Friction of NonCondensing
86
SCHEFFLER FREDK A A Foundry Cupola Experience
89
WOODBURY C J H Electric Welding
95
Model of windlass friction
100
Failure of throatsheet of locomotive
106
THURSTON R H On the Distribution of Internal Fric
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Robinson A WELLS Recent Improvements in Dredging
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directing curve for cone pulley
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44 Cone pulley tangents 45 46 47 48
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load
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LANZA GAETANO Strength of Shafting Subjected 10
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THURSTON R H On Variable Load Internal Friction
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ALLEN F B The Protective Value of Boiler
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Robinson S W Back Pressure on Valves
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BAKER BENJAMIN Some Notes on the Working Stress
157
WEBB J B Belting to connect Shafts which
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WEBB J B A New Form of Steam Engine Indi
182
LANZA GAETANO Friction in Toothed Gearing
185
LANZA GAETANO Some Tests of the Strength of Cast
187
WHEELER NORMAN Launching Ships Side
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HOLLOWAY J F The Marive Engines on the Lakes
211
GREEN HOWELL History and Development of Wind
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Thurston R H On a Newlydiscovered Variation
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WEBBER Wm O Centrifugal Pumps and their Effi
228
SWEET John E A New Method of Constructing
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EMERY Chas E The Cost of Power in NonCondens
233
BARRUS GEO H The New Calorimeter
235
SWEET John E A New Method of Casting Flange
237
THURSTON R H On the Several Efficiencies of
245
LYNE LEWIS F The use of Kerosene Oil in Steam
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KENT WILLIAM The Evaporative Power of Bitumi
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SMITH OBERLIN Intrinsic Value of Special Tools
258
GRANT John J The Milling Machine as a Substitute
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COLLINS C C Balanced Valves
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SMITH C A An Improved Method for Finding
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DODGE JAMES M A New Method of Stocking and
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BALDWIN WILLIAM J On Standard Castiron Fittings
274
WOOLSON 0 C A Railroad Bed for Bridge Struct
276
PARSONS HARRY DE B The Influence of Sugar upon Cement
286
TOWNE HENRY R Cranes a Study of Types and Details
288
OON J S Report of a Trial of Upright Boil
290
EMERY CHAS E An Interesting Indicator Diagram
293
Topical Discussions XIVth Meeting
295
WOLF A R Note on the Economy of the Wind
299
BALL FRANK H An Improved Form of Shaft Gor
300
LANZA GAETANO An Account of Certain Experiments
302
Topical Discussions and Interchange
324
H Flow of Steam in a Tube 316 CCCXXII
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POWELCHENEY A System of WormGearing of Dia
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Proceedings Washington XVth
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DENTON J E On the Identification of Dry Steam
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Thurston R H A Note on Helical Seams in Boiler
357
THURSTON R H Proportioning Steam Cylinders
360
DENTON JAMES E The Mechanical Significance of Vis
369
BARRUS Geo H An Electric Speed Recorder
377
FOWLER GEO L Estimating the Cost of Foundry
390
DENTON J E On the Friction of Piston Packing
392
WEBE J BURKITT A Persistent Form of Gear Tooth
398
Proceedings Erie XIXth Meeting
469
CCXCVI BALDWIN W J Notes on Warming Railroad Cars
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HENNING GUSTAVUS C Apparatus Used in Testing Materials
479
SEE HORACE Presidents Address 1888
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BARRUS GEO H The Effect of Circulation in Stean
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EMERY CHARLES E The Polar Planimeter
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MANNING CHAS H Comparative Cost of Steam
499
NAGLE A F The Best Form of Nozzles and
505
CCXXXIII ROBB D W The old Locomotive Sampson
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ALDEN G I Technical Training at the Worcester
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VAGLE A F Cornish or Double beat Pump Valves
539
DEAN F W The Distribution of Steam in
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STIRLING ALLAN Shell and Watertube Boilers
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WHITHAM JAY M Cylinder Ratios of Triple Expansion
576
JACOBI A W Improved Motion Device for Engine
586
CRANE Thos S The Piping of Steel Ingots
592
TowNE HENRY R GainSharing
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WEIGHTMAN WM H The Oxidation of Metals and
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WOOD DE VOLSON Some Pronerties of Ammonia
627
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KENT WILLIAM The Torsion Balance
636
SWEENEY JOHN M River Practice of the West
645
Wood DE VOLSON Some Properties of Vapor and Vapor
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WARD W E Early Experiments involving
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COCXLIV Wood DE Volson Formulas for Saturated and Super
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HEWITT WM Wire Rope Fastenings
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HOADLEY J C Report of a Series of Trials of
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PARSONS H DE B The Displacements and the Area
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Note on the Steam Turbine
680
Strong Locomotive supplement
687
LYNE LEWIS F Bits of Engine Room Experience
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Topical Discussions and Interchange
703
COOPER John H On the Longitudinal Riveted Joints
707
DENTONJACOBUS Steam Consumption of Engines
722
LYNE LEWIS F The Use of Crude Petroleum
761
WEBB J B An Error in the Encyclopędia Brit
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DENTON J E Performance of a Thirtyfive
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Topical Discussions and Inter
810
Appendix I Memorial Notices
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Topical Discussions XIth Meeting
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Appendix II Enropean Trip of
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Appendix VI Discussion on
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224
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Proceedings Boston XIIh Meeting 3
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228
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Vol IV
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CLEMENTS WM L Steam Excavators 015
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faces 236
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Appendix Memorial Notices
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WEBBER SAMUEL Notes on the Comparative Loss
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HOLLOWAY J F Presidents Address 1885 25
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1886
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RAYMOND R W Alexander Lyman Holley a Memo 35
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HAWKINS JOHN T The Education of Intuition in
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CLIV
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EMERY Chas E Notes for Discussion in Relation
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Vol X
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GALLOUPE F E Rapid Transit and Elevated Rail
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BABCOCK GEO H On a New Method of Making Tubes
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276
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HUNT R W The Original Bessemer Steel Plant
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SCHEFFLER FREDK A A New Method of Constructing Hori
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CCCLV
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MORGAN JOSEPH JR Our Coast Defense Its Cost and
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281
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THURSTON R H The Mechanical Engineer his Work
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SNELL HENRY I Experiments and Experiences with
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Proceedings Scranton XVIIIth
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RANDOLPH L S Strains in Locomotive Boilers 534
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BERGNER THEODORE Recent Improvements in Drawing
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Main Chas T On the Use of the Compound Engine
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WOODBURY C J H Electric Welding 95
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778
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CNC THORNE W H Twist Drills 130
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SEAMAN W K The Rail Cambering Arrangement
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THOMPSON ERWIN W The Manufacture of Cottopseed Oil 415
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WEBBER SAMUEL The Frictional Resistance of Shaft
112
EMERY Chas E The Cost of Power in NonCondens
113
SMITH OBERLIN PowerPress Problems
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