| Charles Hutton, Royal Society (Great Britain), Richard Pearson - 1809
...; " the effect of such a wheel will be equal to the effect of an undershot, whose head is equal to **the difference of level between the surface of the water in the** reservoir and the point where it strikes the wheel, added to that of an overshot, whose height is equal... | |
| John Smeaton - 1814 - 208 Seiten
...wheel; the effect of such awheel will be equal to the effett of an undershot, whose head is equal to **the difference of level between the surface of the water in the** reservoir and [the point where it strikes the wheel, added to that of an overshot, whose height is... | |
| Olinthus Gregory - 1815 - 58 Seiten
...the wheel ; the effect of such a wheel will be equal to that of an undershot whose head is equal to **the difference of level between the surface of the water in the** reservoir and the point where it strikes the wheel, added to that of an overshot, whose height is equal... | |
| Samuel Frederick Gray - 1828 - 881 Seiten
...audible notice of its being time to replenish the boiler with water. In steam apparatus of this kind, **the difference of level between the surface of the water in the** safety-pipe and the surface of the water in the boiler itself, governs the tern peratnre at which the... | |
| Samuel Frederick Gray, Arthur Livermore Porter - 1830 - 803 Seiten
...audible notice of its being time to replenish the boiler with water. In steam apparatus of this kind, **the difference of level between the surface of the water in the** safety -pipe and the surface of the water in the boiler itself, governs the temperature at which the... | |
| Samuel Frederick Gray, Arthur Livermore Porter - 1830
...audible notice of its being time to replenish the boiler with water. In steam apparatus of this kind, **the difference of level between the surface of the water in the** safety -pipe and the surface of the water in the boiler itself, governs the temperature at which the... | |
| Thomas Tredgold - 1836 - 219 Seiten
...wheel; the effect of such a wheel will be equal to the effect of an undershot, whose head is equal to **the difference of level between the surface of the water in the** reservoir and the point where it strikes the wheel, added to that of an overshot, whose height is equal... | |
| Edward Smedley - 1845
...the t/rct /if such wheel will be equal to the effect of an undershot wheel, whose head is equal to **the difference of level between the surface of the water in the** reservoir, and the point inhere it strikes the wheel ; added to that of an overshot v/icel, whose height... | |
| Dennis Hart Mahan - 1846 - 366 Seiten
...quantity of water must be drawn from the upper level to fill the lock to a height which is equal to **the difference of level between the surface of the water in the** two ; this height is termed the lift of the lock, and the volume of water required to pass a boat up... | |
| Dennis Hart Mahan - 1846 - 366 Seiten
...quantity of water must be drawn from the upper level to fill the lock to a height which is equal to **the difference of level between the surface of the water in the** two ; this height is termed the lift of the lock, and the volume of water required to pass a boat up... | |
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