The Works' Manager's Hand-book of Modern Rules, Tables, and Data for Civil and Mechanical Engineers, Millwrights, and Boiler Makers; Tool Makers, Machinists, and Metal Workers; Iron and Brass Founders, Etc., Etc: In Six Sections: I. Stationary and Locomotive Steam Engines, Gas Engines. II. Hydraulic Memoranda; Pipes, Pumps, Waterpower. III. Millwork; Shafting, Gearing, Pulleys. IV. Steam-boilers, Safety Valves, Factory Chimneys. V. Heat, Warming and Ventilating; Melting, Cutting, and Finishing Metals; Alloys and Casting; Wheel-cutting; Screw-cutting. VI. Strength and Weight of Materials; Workshop Data, &c, Volume 6
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Page 11 - Formula & Diagrams for Calculation of. A HANDY BOOK for the CALCULATION of STRAINS in GIRDERS and SIMILAR STRUCTURES, and their STRENGTH ; consisting of Formulae and Corresponding Diagrams, with numerous Details for Practical Application, &c.
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Page 33 - THE ART OF SOAP-MAKING. A Practical Handbook of the Manufacture of Hard and Soft Soaps, Toilet Soaps, &c. Including many New Processes, and a Chapter on the Recovery of Glycerine from Waste Leys. By ALEXANDER WATT.
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Page 5 - Includes chapters on filing, fitting, and scraping surfaces; on drills, reamers, taps, and dies; the lathe and its tools; planers, shapers, and their tools; milling machines and cutters ; gear cutters and gear cutting; drilling machines and drill work; grinding machines and their work; hardening and tempering; gearing, belting and transmission machinery: useful data and tables.
Page 32 - FLOUR MANUFACTURE. A Treatise on Milling Science and Practice. By FRIEDRICH KICK, Imperial Regierungsrath, Professor of Mechanical Technology in the Imperial German Polytechnic Institute, Prague. Translated from the Second Enlarged and Revised Edition with Supplement. By HHP POWLES, Assoc.