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Published by The Norman W. Henley publishing co. .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL23513635M
LC Control Number19002920
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: File Size: kb: File Type: pdf. Description. This section is from the book "A Practical Treatise On The Fabrication Of Matches, Gun Cotton, Colored Fires And Fulminating Powders", by H. available from Amazon: A Practical Treatise on the Fabrication of Matches, Gun Cotton, Colored Fires and Fulminating Powder. Practical And Scientific Books, Published By Henry Carey Baird.   Digressing only slightly, today I was reading about steam engine flywheels in an old book, and it said that marine propulsion engines didn’t have flywheels. Asquith, Just a note to say that some marine steam engines used flywheels though probably not as massive as the steam engines we think of in mills etc. History of the steam engine was created in May by moving the "History" section of steam engine to a new article. The comments on this talk page, down to "New talk page created" were 'archived' here from Talk:Steam engine, as they all relate directly to the text and subject matter of this article. In due course they should be archived here.

This practical, instructional book describes the construction of a model of the Lampitt portable steam engine, which dates back to , and which provided rotative power to drive threshing machines, circular saws, feed mills and other farm machinery.5/5.


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