The Engineering Index Volume 1

The Engineering Index Volume 1

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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. 1892 edition. Excerpt: ...of from 2 to8 feet for a distance of 150 feet. View and profile in Eng. News, April23, 1887. Removal of. A paper by W. G. Curtis, read before the Am. Soc. C. E., describing the removal of 9,000 cu. yds. by means of a water jet. Illus. Ry. Rn/-. Aug. 29, 1891, pp. 568-9. R. R. Gaz.. Aug. 28, 1891, p. 593. Landslidel. Report on Various Methods of Consolidating Earth that has Slipped. By M. Comoy, Ponts et Chaussees. Very valuable. Giving methods of treat ment of several landslides. Translated and published in Eng. News, Sept. 2: . Oct. 13, 1887. Lantern Slides by Contact Printing, suitable for amateurs. Sci. Am. Su;)., Nov-23. LATHE TOOLS--LEVEES. 233 Lathe Tools. Hints regarding the choice and care of tools for different kinds of work. Eng. Mechanic and World ty"Soience, May 15, 1885, et seq. Lathes. Horse Power Required to Run Lathes. Results of experiments with various tools and lathes. By J. J. Flather in Am. Mach; Mech. World, May 23, 30, 1891. Latimer, Charles, Eulogy Upon the Life of. By W. H. Searles, before the Civil Engineers' Club ofCleveland. _70ur. Assn. Eng. Soc., June, 1888, Vol. VII., pp, 201407. Latitude Determinati0n-See Time, Latitude andAzimuth. Determination of Latitmie. _ Latitudes and Longitude: by Horizontal Telescojfies. Bv Prof. J. N. Stockwell. Pro poses a new instrument called the horizontal telescope, for determimng the dif--ferences oflatitude and longitude. Four. Assn. Eng. Soc., Vol. VI., p. 408. Longitude andAzimuth. Formulas and factors for the computation of. The for mulas derived and factors given between latitudes 23 and 65. Appendix 7 of Report/'or 1884, U. S. Coast e: -' Geo. Survey. Sent on application. Variations of, to be investigated by fixed observatories. Methods for making more

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  • Paperback | 284 pages
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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236841697
  • 9781236841698