| 1842
...force here becomes a substitute for the force of gravity. The mechanical construction of the Turhine **is then given, and its action is thus described. The...is kept within narrow limits. The advantages of the** Turhines are stated to be— 1st. That they are with like advantage applicable to every height of fall,... | |
| British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1848
...in the water-wheel are so small as to be easily obstructed or choked. The water enters the buckets **in the direction of the tangent to the last element...the first element of the curved buckets. The water** ought to press steadily against the curved buckets, entering them without shock or impulse, and quitting... | |
| British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1848
...in the water-wheel are so small as to be easily obstructed or choked. The water enters the buckets **in the direction of the tangent to the last element...the first element of the curved buckets. The water** ought to press steadily against the curved buckets, entering them without shock or impulse, and quitting... | |
| Joseph Glynn - 1853 - 172 Seiten
...The water enters the buckets in the direction of the tangent to the last element of the guide-curves, **which is a tangent to the first element of the curved buckets. The water** ought to press steadily against the curved buckets, entering them without shock or impulse, and quitting... | |
| Joseph Glynn - 1853 - 148 Seiten
...The water enters the buckets in the direction of the tangent to the last element of the guide-curves, **which is a tangent to the first element of the curved buckets. The water** ought to press steadily against the curved buckets, entering them without shock or impulse, and quitting... | |
| James Emerson (of Willimansett, Mass.) - 1881 - 359 Seiten
...The water enters the buckets in the direction of the tangent to the last element of the guide-curves, **which is a tangent to the first element of the curved buckets.** Tue water ought to press steadily against the curved buckets, entering them without shock or impulse,... | |
| British Association for the Advancement of Science. Meeting - 1848
...in the water-wheel are so small as to be easily obstructed or choked. The water enters the buckets **in the direction of the tangent to the last element...the first element of the curved buckets. The water** ought to press steadily against the curved buckets, entering them without shock or impulse, and quitting... | |
| 1895
...corresponding velocity in the direction of the tangent to the last element of the guide curves, which is **tangent to the first element of the curved buckets....and escapes at every point of the outer periphery.** " M. Poncelet, in his lectures at Metz, had given, in 1826, a description and theory of a wheel with... | |
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