Page's Engineering Weekly, Volume 4

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Page Publishing Syndicate, Limited., 1904 - Engineering
 

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Page 19 - ... the art of directing the great sources of power in nature for the use and convenience of man, as the means of production and of traffic in states.
Page 286 - It is not an end in itself, but only the means to an end ; and the end or ends may conceivably be reached in other ways.
Page 190 - Maps. 8vo., 121. 6d. net. BRITISH INDUSTRIES : a Series of General Reviews for Business Men and Students. By various Authors. Edited by WJ ASHLEY. Crown 8vo., 51.
Page 543 - TO REGULATE SHIPPING IN TRADE BETWEEN PORTS OF THE UNITED STATES AND PORTS OR PLACES IN THE PHILIPPINE ARCHIPELAGO, BETWEEN PORTS OR PLACES IN THE PHILIPPINE ARCHIPELAGO, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.
Page 104 - But, admitting that there is a particular temperature at which a metal becomes pasty, its range is so limited in the case of the common metals, that it would scarcely...
Page 313 - Engineers, The American Society of Mechanical Engineers, the American Institute of Electrical Engineers, the American Institute of Chemical Engineers...
Page 103 - Iron has one remarkable and very important property, namely, that of continuing soft and more or less pasty through a considerable range of temperature below its melting point. It is sufficiently soft at a bright...
Page 467 - In his appeal to a wider public, it is to be hoped that the difficulties of " treating the wider and deeper generalisations of natural science as fit subject-matter for current thought and literature " will not deprive him of a further measure of well merited success. TML THE CYANIDE PROCESS. Cyaniding Gold and Silver Ores.

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