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" The summary of their opinion is thus given: "1. That we consider the principle of Atmospheric propulsion to be established, and that the economy of working increases with the length and diameter of the tube. 2. That the expense of the formation of the... "
The Mechanics' Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal, and Gazette - Seite 234
1842
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The British and Foreign Review: Or, European Quarterly Journal, Band 17

1844
...principle of the atmospheric railway, in the following words : " We consider the principle of atmo" spheric propulsion to be established, and that the economy...increases with the length and diameter of the "tube." With a creditable public spirit, the Government consented to assist in the trial of this national undertaking,...
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The Civil Engineer and Architect's Journal, Band 5

1842
...Prof. Barlow, has been presented to Parliament. The summary of their opinions is thus given •.—" I. That we consider the principle of atmospheric propulsion...of the tube. 2. That the expense of the formation if the line in cuttings, embankments, bridges, tunnels, and rails, will be very little less than for...
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Pamphlets on Railways: Together with Miscellaneous Reprints

1841
...inyent#afij ;;;; tfre f-.words of the Report are decisive on , ' the^e. . .poifltSsrf1-"; .W$ , ppnsider the principle " of: .atmospheric propulsion to be...increases " with the 'length and diameter of the tube;" and, in conclusion, they add, — " The atmos" pheric principle seems to us well suited for " such...
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Railway Locomotives and Cars, Band 14

1842
...Professor Barlow, has been presented to Parliament. The summary of their opinions is thus given : " 1. That we consider the principle of atmospheric propulsion...cuttings, embankments, bridges, tunnels and rails, will bo very little less than for equal lengths of a railway to be worked by locomotive engines, but that...
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The Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

Charles W. Vincent, James Mason - 1843
...RE, and Prof. Barlow, has been presented to Parliament. The summary of their opinion is thus given: "1. That we consider the principle of Atmospheric...locomotive engines ; but that the total cost of the work will be much greater, owing to the expense of providing and laying the atmospheric tube, and erecting...
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The Atmospheric Railway: Observations on the Report of Lieut. Colonel Sir ...

Thomas F. Bergin - 1843 - 86 Seiten
...advantages to be derived from this invention ; the words of the Report are decisive on these points, — " We consider the principle " of atmospheric propulsion...increases " with the length and diameter of the tube ;" and, in conclusion, they add, — " The atmos" pheric principle seems to us well suited for " such...
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Band 2

1844
...of the principle of the atmospheric railway, in the following words : "We consider the princiciple of atmospheric propulsion to be established, and that...increases with the length and diameter of the tube." With a creditable public spirit, the Government consented to assist in the trial of this national undertaking,...
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The Surveyor, Engineer, and Architect, Band 2

1841
...Barlow, has lately been presented to Parliament. The summary of their opinions is thus given: — " 1. That we consider the principle of atmospheric propulsion...will be very little less than for equal lengths of railway to be worked by locomotive engines, but that the total cost of the works will be much greater,...
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Railway Locomotives and Cars, Band 15

1842
...stated in the following declarations, with which they conclude their report on the subject : " Firstly. That we consider the principle of atmospheric propulsion...increases with the length and diameter of the tube. "Secondly. That the expense of the formation of the line in cuttings, embankments, bridges, tunnels,...
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