American Stationary Engineering: Facts, Rules and General Information Gathered from Thirty Years' Practical Experience as Running, Erecting and Designing Engineer
Derry-Collard Company, 1906 - 281 стор.
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American Stationary Engineering: A Practical Work Which Begins at the Boiler ...
William Edward Crane
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Сторінка 5 - A plain talk on every-day work about engines, boilers, and their accessories. It is not intended to be scientific or mathematical. All formulas are in simple form so that any one understanding plain arithmetic can readily understand any of them. The author has made this the most practical book in print; has given the results of his years of experience, and has included about all that has to do with an engine room or a power plant.