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ytical principles and practical application of the expansive steam engine
P. R. Hodge
|Other titles||Analytical principles of the expansive steam engine|
|Statement||by Paul R. Hodge.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, viii, , 172 p.,  fold. leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||172|
A compound steam engine unit is a type of steam engine where steam is expanded in two or more stages. A typical arrangement for a compound engine is that the steam is first expanded in a high-pressure (HP) cylinder, then having given up heat and losing pressure, it exhausts directly into one or more larger-volume low-pressure (LP) cylinders. Multiple-expansion engines employ additional. You searched for: steam engine book! Etsy is the home to thousands of handmade, vintage, and one-of-a-kind products and gifts related to your search. No matter what you’re looking for or where you are in the world, our global marketplace of sellers can help you find unique and affordable options. Let’s get started!
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Analytical Principles and Practical Application of the Expansive Steam Engine: As Employed in Item PreviewPages: If you need to really know and understand how a steam engine works this is the book for you. Published some years after the author's death in it's written in a very readable style and the maths is kept simple but useful.
It must be by far the most modern book available on steam engines /5(2). Scopri Analytical Principles and Practical Application of the Expansive Steam Engine; As Employed in Pumping, Manufacturing, Steam Navigation, Railway Locomotion, &C di Hodge, Paul Rapsey: spedizione gratuita per i clienti Prime e per ordini a partire da 29€ spediti da Amazon.
An excellent book on the principles of the steam engine. Selected pages. Page Page Page Page Page Steam-engine principles and practice In such cases a duration of three to five hours is sufficient for all practical purposes.
Starting and stopping Reviews: 2. Principal Applications for Steam. Contents: Steam is used in a wide range of industries. Common applications for steam are, for example, steam heated processes in plants and factories and steam driven turbines in electric power plants, but the uses of steam in industry extend far beyond this.
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Many important advances have occurred in the use of steam power in the past fifteen years. Large power plants as well as small-capacity boilers have become more efficient and reliable, and their design and operation have been enhanced by the application of modern computational techniques.
This book provides a timely review of the latest developments in steam power engineering.5/5(2). Electric motors are introduced in Electricity and Magnetism. Internal and External combustion engines (steam engines, turbines, car engines, motorcycle engines) can be thought of as specific applications of thermodynamic cycles.
But gas engines are very complicated. And their design is. This book contains great instructions and formulas for designing a steam engine, but nothing else.
There are no history lessons, no extra stories, no foreword, no index, no table of contents, and no background information. This is a very practical book for someone who's career is designing steam engines (hence the correspondence school publisher).4/4(26).
Contrariwise, for each temperature, there is a pressure at which water and steam can exist together. The steam engine designer always works in absolute pressure, starting from zero pressure, as in the vacuum of outer space.
This means that sea-level pressure is 15 psia, meaning pounds per square inch Size: 2MB. Model engineering was popularized by pioneering steam enthusiasts, and rapidly grew into an exciting worldwide hobby for amateur engineers.
This book describes how model steam engines work, outlines the development of the machine tools used to build the models, and investigates the seven different categories of model engines, which include models built to support patent applications, and those.
Like the more familiar car engine, a steam engine has a piston that moves when pressure is applied, and valves to control the intake and exhaust of the contents of the cylinder. On an internal combustion engine, air and fuel are drawn in; they are exploded, and like the elephant in the cannon barrel, push on the piston trying to escape.
Steam-Engine Principles & Practice by Terrell Croft, Editor and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at HOW A STEAM ENGINE WORKS ON THE FOOTPLATE OF A LOCOMOTIVE. By Archibald Williams expansive working—Compound engines—Arrangement of expansion engines—Compound Yet the steam-engine of to-day is three or four times as efficient as the engine of fifty years ago.
This is due to radical improvements in the design of boilers and of theFile Size: 1MB. Technical details Components. Although based on simple principles, Newcomen's engine was rather complex and showed signs of incremental development, problems being empirically addressed as they arose.
It consisted of a boiler A, usually a haystack boiler, situated directly below the produced large quantities of very low pressure steam, no more than 1 – 2 psi ( – bar. Steam pipes and Passages, Air-pump and condenser, Cold-water and lead-pumps, High-pressure expansive engines, Medium pressure con-delisting and expansive, steam engine, Conical peudulum or centrifugal governor.
Oblique Projections. Application of rules to the delineation of an oscillating cylinder, Plate X LI. Parallel Perspective. Analytical Principles and Practical Application of the Expansive Steam Engine, as Employed in Pumping, Manufacturing, Steam Navigation.
EL EMENTS OF HEAT ENGINES Vol.l double-acting, i.e. steam is admitted in turn to each side of the piston and two working strokes are produced during each revolution of the crankshaft. Figure illustrates a simple form of a single-cylinder, horizontal, reciprocating steam engine.
The figure shows major principal parts of the engine.