Stereometry; Or, the Art of Gauging Made Easy, by the Help of a Sliding-Rule with an Appendix of Conic Sections by Tho. Everard, Esq

Stereometry; Or, the Art of Gauging Made Easy, by the Help of a Sliding-Rule with an Appendix of Conic Sections by Tho. Everard, Esq

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1705 edition. Excerpt: ...the Answer. Example. Example, 1. Set 32 the Bung Diameter on the Numbers, to 100 on the Segments, then against 8 the dry Inches 011 the Numbers is 15.5 on the Segments.. 2. Set 100 upon B, to 9-7.455, the Casks whole Content upon A, then against 15.5 upon 9, you have 15.105 upon A, and so many Gallons it will take to fill up the Cask; this subtracted from 97.455, the whole Content, there rests 82.35, the quantity of Liquor in the Cask which may otherwise be found thus, having set 32 the Bung. Diameter to loo oil the Segments, against 24 the wet Inches on the Numbers, you have 84.5 on, the begments. Then, As too upon R, is to 97.455 upon A, . & is 84.5 upon B, to 82.35 upon A: the seme as above. Note, Tlie-LSe' of Segments on this Rule is triads for a Spheroid, and is therefore more exact foralLBulghig Casks than the Table of Segments, which are proper only for a Cylinder. The following Tables (hew the Ullage of two several Casks in Gallons and Quarts: they were mads by drawing out the Liquor by an exactWine Quart, and. the dry Inches taken by an InSrumejit proper fpr that purpose. A The Casks by which these Tables were made, were a Brandy Puntion, and a Brandy. Hogfliead, Loth from Bourittmx z The Tables will serve indifferently for all such Casks, whose Diameters, Length, and Contents are the fame with these, and are so plain, that they need no Example to Ihew their use; for against the dry Inches you have the Gallons and Quarts that the Cask wants of being full, and if the Bung Diameter be more than half dry, enter the Table with the wet Inches instead of the 4ry, it shews the quantity of Liquor in the Cask: These Tables may by prcportiojj be converted into Lines, and put upon a Rufe By wh t hath been already faid, 'tis eafie (I presume) to...show more

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  • English
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  • 1236607147
  • 9781236607140