... in which c, was the maximum economical evaporation in feet of water per foot of grate per hour; h, was the total heating surface in square feet, measured inside; and g, was the gratearea in square feet:— A 2 c= •00222— 9 From this it followed... Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art - Seite 59von David Ames Wells, Charles Robert Cross, John Trowbridge, William Ripley Nichols, George Bliss, Samuel Kneeland - 1854Vollansicht - Über dieses Buch
| Sholto Percy - 1853
...feet, measured inside; and g was the grate-area in square feet ; с ». 00222тp b Cmb ENGINEERS. S'il **From this it followed:— 1st. that the economical...surface must be increased as the square-root of the** grate-area, for a given economical evaporative power. It was contended tlience, that the heating surface... | |
| William Newton, Charles Frederick Partington - 1853
...in square feet, measured inside ; and g, wns the gratearea in square feet : — h, c = -00222— ff **From this it followed : — 1st. That the economical...surface must be increased as the square-root of the** grate-area, for a given economical evaporative power. It was contended thence, that the heating surface... | |
| William Newton - 1853
...surface in square feet, measured inside; and g, was the gratearea in square feet:— A 2 c= •00222— 9 **From this it followed :—1st. That the economical...surface must be increased as the square-root of the** grate-area, for a given economical evaporative power. It was contended thence, that the heating surface... | |
| 1873
...heating surface in square feet, measured inside ; and g was the grate-area in square feet . c = -00222— **From this it followed : 1st, that the economical evaporative power decreased directly as the area of** prate was increased, even while the heatinj surface remained the same ; 2d, that it increased directly... | |
| Park Benjamin - 1880
...surface in square feet, measured inside, and g was the grate-area in square feet : A* с = .00222 . **From this it followed : 1st, that the economical evaporative...as the area of grate was increased, even while the** hc-.iting surface remained the same ; 2d, that it 1 DETAILS. WoodMtiimlooui cud taming. AnUindt*oxl... | |
| Park Benjamin - 1880
...bituminous. 1.25 " 1.08 " " 2.75 cords of wood. 1.5S tons of coke. '¿.•Л " bituminous. 2.5 " " 326 **increased directly as the square of the heating surface, when the grate remained the same** ; 3d, that the necessary heating surface increased only as the square root of the economical evaporative... | |
| Park Benjamin - 1880
...surface in square feet, measured inside, and g was the grate-area in square feet : A* f = .00222 — . **From this it followed : 1st, that the economical evaporative power decreased directly** »s the area of grate was increased, even while the heating surface remained the same ; 2d, that it... | |
| Park Benjamin - 1884
....00222 -. From this it followed : 1st, that the economical evaporative power decreased directly »3 **the area of grate was increased, even while the heating surface remained the** some ; 2d, that it Woodboming. BUomlnoiiiAntbndte DETAILS. ead ral barniog. burning. 16 x 44 16 x 24... | |
| 1853
...surface, in square feet, measured inside; and.ff was the grate area, in square feet: — c= -00222g **From this it followed: — 1st, That the economical...even while the heating surface remained the same.** 2d, That it increased directly as the square of the heating surface, when the grate remained the same.... | |
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