Engineering Chemistry; A Manual of Quantitative Chemical Analysis for the Use of Students, Chemists, and Engineers

Engineering Chemistry; A Manual of Quantitative Chemical Analysis for the Use of Students, Chemists, and Engineers

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1916 edition. Excerpt: ... of 3 hours to 160 pounds, or until an average of I8 pounds of oil has been forced into each cubic foot of blocks. During this period the temperature of the oil shall not be allowed to fall below 165 F. The free oil shall then be expelled from the cylinder. (b) Timber-42-44 pounds per cubic foot.--Live steam shall be admitted into the cylinder and applied to the blocks, being gradually raised during a period of I hour to 18 pounds boiler gauge pressure and about 190 F., which pressure shall be maintained for a period of 3 hours; then a vacuum of not less than 23 inches shall be applied for 2 hours, the temperature in cylinder being maintained at not less than 150 F. Oil at not less than 180 F. nor more than 190 F. shall then be admitted and pressure gradually raised during a period of 3 hours to 165 pounds, or until an average of 18 pounds of oil has been forced into each cubic foot of blocks. During this period the temperature of the oil shall not be allowed to fall below 165 F. The free oil shall then be expelled from the cylinder. (c) Timber-44-46 pounds per cubic foot.--Live steam shall be admitted into the cylinder and applied to the blocks, being gradually raised during a period of I hour to 20 pounds boiler gauge pressure and about 190 F., which pressure shall be maintained for not less than 4 hours; then a vacuum of not less than 24 inches shall be applied for 2 hours, the temperature in cylinder being maintained at not less than 140 F. Oil at not less than 180 F., nor more than 190 F. shall then be admitted and pressure gradually raised during a period of 3% hours to 165 pounds or until an average of 18 pounds of oil has been forced into each cubic foot of blocks. During this period the temperature of the oil shall not be allowed...show more

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  • Paperback | 220 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 12mm | 399g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123679530X
  • 9781236795304