2 edition of treatise on gas-works and the practice of manufacturing and distributing coal gas found in the catalog.
treatise on gas-works and the practice of manufacturing and distributing coal gas
|Statement||by Samuel Hughes.|
|Series||Weale"s rudimentary series -- v. 82, 83|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 368p. :|
|Number of Pages||368|
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This work was reproduced from the original artifact. A treatise on gas works and the practice of manufacturing and distributing coal gas A treatise on gas works and the practice of manufacturing and distributing coal gas by Hughes, Samuel; Richards, William, C.
E., ed. Publication date TopicsPages: Get this from a library. A treatise on gas works: and the practice of manufacturing and distributing coal gas: with some account of the most improved methods of distilling coal in iron, brick, and clay retorts, and of the various modes adopted for purifying coal gas.
Including also a chapter on the hydrocarbon or water gas ; and on the rating of gas-works in parochial. A treatise on gas-works and the practice of manufacturing and distributing coal gas: with some account of the most improved methods of distilling coal in iron, brick, and clay retorts: and of the various modes adopted for purifying coal gas, including also a chapter on the hydrocarbon or water gas, and on the rating of gas-works in parochial assessments.
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As London expanded, the Stepney Works was transformed from a tiny site in an almost rural setting into a massive industrial complex packed with buildings. In it had the world's third largest gasholder. The gas, initially for street. X.: Description of the gas-meter an entirely new machine lately adopted at the Birmingham Chester and other gas-works, which measures and registers the quantity of gas manufactured in any given time from any given ;quantity of coal, or consumed during any period by any number of burners or lamps; great services of this machine both to the: manufacturer and consumer of.
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Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. a treatise on gas-works and the practice ofmanufacturing and distributing coal gas with some account of the mostimproved methods of distilling coal in iron, brick, and clay retorts: andof the various modes adopted for purifying coal gas, including also achapter on the hydrocarbon or water gas, and on the rating of gas-works in parochial.
Gasholders and their Tanks. Desig n of an ear ly gas hold er taken f rom ‘A pr actical Treatise on the M anufact ure and. Distribut ion of Coal Gas’ by Samuel Clegg Jun ior. The gas-consumer's guide: a handbook of instruction on the proper management and economical use of gas, with a full description of gas-meters, and directions for ascertaining the consumption by meter.
On ventilation, etc. (Boston: A. Moore, ) (page images at HathiTrust) The journal of gas lighting, water supply & sanitary improvement. The present rate of increase of our coal consumption is then ascertained, and it is shown that, should the consumption multiply for rather more than a century at the same rate, the average depth of our coal-mines would be 4, feet, and the average price of coal much higher than the highest price now paid for the finest kinds of coal.
The gas Oct., ] RECOVERY OF Gas WORKS BY-PRODUCTS. then carrying practically the full content of its ammonia passes into a saturator and is converted into sulphate as in the first process. As before stated, it is the general practice in this country to merely concentrate the weak liquor obtained in the ordinary process of condensing Author: C.C.
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b y the turn of the nineteenth century the british economy was heavily dependent on britain's sulphur-rich and abundant coal stocks not only. A treatise on gas-works and the practice of manufacturing and distributing coal gas / Author Hughes, Samuel. Published The manufacture of gas / Author Hollings, Harold.
Published Hand-book of American gas-engineering practice, Author Latta, Marion Nisbet. Published. The cost of the whole, now belonging to the City Gas Trust, is about $3, We obtain from the Annual Report forof the Trustees of the Philadelphia Gas Works, the following statistics: Street mains laid to January 1,- - - miles.
A fresh supply of gas was introduced, and, at six o'clock in the morning, the balloon was found to be capable of lifting up twenty-one pounds. The generation of gas was again discontinued, and at nine o'clock in the evening, it was found to have a lifting power of eighteen pounds, having lost three pounds of levity during the day.
Full text of "Catalogue of the library of the Institution of civil engineers" See other formats. For the manufacture of water gas on ordinary gas works it is hardly Gas likely to come largely into use, though it would serve well.
coke being a bye-product, can generally undersell oven coke, and especially where water gas is made for addition to coal gas, the coke produced in the manufacture of the latter is ready to hand RA.W MATERIALS.
a treatise on gas-works and the practice of manufacturing and distributing coal gas with some account of the most improved methods of distilling coal in iron, brick, and clay retorts: and of the various modes adopted for purifying coal gas, including also a chapter on the hydrocarbon or water gas, and on the rating of gas-works in parochial.
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In coal drifts the width is often eight and even ten feet to allow the passage of loaded cars. That part of the structure which is outside of the hill, is to be covered with earth to keep the drift warm in winter, cold in summer, and prevent the decay of the timber.
Coal and iron ore are minerals which cannot bear expensive preparatory works.Publisher’s Note. C.L.S., the editor and compiler of this book, has known Benjamin R.
Tucker personally sincehaving entered his employ at that time in the mechanical department of Liberty, Mr. Tucker’s journal for the exposition of Individualist that time and until the final suspension of publication of Liberty, C.L.S. contributed many articles to the columns .A Treatise on Gas Works and the Practice of Manufacturing and Distributing Coal Gas, (other later editions), John Weale, London Newbigging, T., and Fewtrell, Wm., three volumes published between Kings Treatise on the Science & Practice of the Manufacture & Distribution of Gas, Walter King, London Wyer, S.S.