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Page 17 - A Pocketbook of Electrical Rules and Tables for the use of Electricians and Engineers.
Page 16 - TABLE, in place of the usual Fifteen minute computations required. This alone is evidence of the assistance which the Tables ensure to every user, and as every Surveyor in active practice has felt the want of such assistance FEW KNOWING OF THEIR PUBLICATION WILL REMAIN WITHOUT THEM.
Page 25 - Contains the pith of what has been written by the best scholars on the subject. The notes comprise everything that the student can want.
Page 20 - With appendix, tables, tests, and formulae for the use of Electrical Engineers. Comprising Submarine Electrical Engineering, Electric Lighting, and Transmission of Power. By Andrew Jamieson, CE, FRSE Seventh edition.
Page 23 - SHELTON-BEY (W. Vincent, Foreman to the Imperial Ottoman Gun Factories, Constantinople) : THE MECHANIC'S GUIDE : A Hand-Book for Engineers and Artizans. With Copious Tables and Valuable Recipes for Practical Use. Illustrated. Second Edition. Crown 8vo. Cloth, 7/6.
Page 21 - No more enduring Memorial of Professor Rankine could be devised than the publication of these papers in an accessible form. . . . The Collection is most valuable pa account of the nature of his discoveries, and the beauty and completeness of his analysis.
Page 23 - AE A Manual of Marine Engineering. Comprising the Designing, Construction and Working of Marine Machinery.
Page 21 - In order to render the work complete for the purposes of the Shipbuilder, whether at home or abroad, the Methods of Calculation introduced by Mr. FK BARNES. Mr. GRAY, M.