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Building A Portable Steam Engine

Author : Tony Webster
ISBN : 9781847978660
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 52. 26 MB
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This practical, instructional book describes the construction of a model of the Lampitt portable steam engine, which dates back to 1862, and which provided rotative power to drive threshing machines, circular saws, feed mills and other farm machinery. The construction of every component is described in precise detail and the text is supported by many helpful step-by-step photographs. In addition, useful advice is provided about obtaining materials and about the tools that are required to equip a model-engineering workshop. Accordingly, the information provided in this fascinating book will enable the reader to construct not only the Lampitt engine but also many other engineering models in the future. When the reader has finished building 'the Lampitt' he will, in effect, have completed an engineering apprenticeship, and will have a model engine of which he can be proud and which fully reveals the skills that he has learned. Fully illustrated with 142 step-by-step colour photographs.

Australian Tractors

Author : Graeme R. Quick
ISBN : 9781877058394
Genre : Science
File Size : 29. 68 MB
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Australia has some of the world's largest and most labor-efficient farms, and tractors are an essential part of their operations. The average Australian farm has three or more tractors. In this historical overview, the author documents the development of the indigenous tractor industry, from the McDonald Imperial of 1909 to more recent cane, olive, and grape harvesters. Australian Tractors puts the industry in an economic and social history context.

Building Your Own Toy Steam Engine A Guide To Constructing Your Own Model Steam Engine And Single Acting Toy Engine

Author : Anon.
ISBN : 9781473358058
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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This book contains classic material dating back to the 1900s and before. The content has been carefully selected for its interest and relevance to a modern audience.

Portable Steam Engines

Author : Lyndon R. Shearman
ISBN : 0852637837
Genre : Portable engines
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The portable steam engine is closely related to the traction engine but is not self-moving, requiring to be towed. It was designed to drive machinery such as threshing machines, saws and pumps. Less attention has been paid to portables than their industrial significance warrants and this book gives an overall picture of their history and development, dealing with portables at work and in preservation. Technical features are examined in some detail, especially where portable engine practice differed from that of tractions. The introduction of portable engines into agriculture was a major advance not readily appreciated in these days of diesel and electric power. Their use spread into the forestry, construction and manufacturing industries. Portables were still being made after traction engine building had ceased and the author describes some old working machines.

Encyclopedia Of The Anthropocene

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ISBN : 9780128135761
Genre : Science
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Encyclopedia of the Anthropocene presents a currency-based, global synthesis cataloguing the impact of humanity’s global ecological footprint. Covering a multitude of aspects related to Climate Change, Biodiversity, Contaminants, Geological, Energy and Ethics, leading scientists provide foundational essays that enable researchers to define and scrutinize information, ideas, relationships, meanings and ideas within the Anthropocene concept. Questions widely debated among scientists, humanists, conservationists, politicians and others are included, providing discussion on when the Anthropocene began, what to call it, whether it should be considered an official geological epoch, whether it can be contained in time, and how it will affect future generations. Although the idea that humanity has driven the planet into a new geological epoch has been around since the dawn of the 20th century, the term ‘Anthropocene’ was only first used by ecologist Eugene Stoermer in the 1980s, and hence popularized in its current meaning by atmospheric chemist Paul Crutzen in 2000. Presents comprehensive and systematic coverage of topics related to the Anthropocene, with a focus on the Geosciences and Environmental science Includes point-counterpoint articles debating key aspects of the Anthropocene, giving users an even-handed navigation of this complex area Provides historic, seminal papers and essays from leading scientists and philosophers who demonstrate changes in the Anthropocene concept over time

Fred Dibnah S Age Of Steam

Author : David Hall
ISBN : 9781448141401
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Britains favourite steeplejack and industrial enthusiastic, the late Fred Dibnah, takes us back to the 18th century when the invention of the steam engine gave an enormous impetus to the development of machinery of all types. He reveals how the steam engine provided the first practical means of generating power from heat to augment the old sources of power (from muscle, wind and water) and provided the main source of power for the Industrial Revolution. In Fred Dibnahs Age of Steam Fred shares his passion for steam and meets some of the characters who devote their lives to finding, preserving and restoring steam locomotives, traction engines and stationary engines, mill workings and pumps. Combined with this will be the stories of central figures of the time, including James Watts - inventor of the steam engine - and Richard Trevithick who played a key role in the expansion of industrial Britain in the 18th and 19th centuries.

The Steam Engine 4

Author : Daniel Kinnear Clark
ISBN : BNC:1001986398
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A History Of Farm Buildings In England And Wales

Author : Nigel Harvey
ISBN : UCAL:B4511355
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 65. 88 MB
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Building A Steam Engine From Castings

Author : Edgar Thomas Westbury
ISBN : 085344062X
Genre : Portable engines
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The British Building Industry Since 1800

Author : Christopher Powell
ISBN : 9781136742767
Genre : Architecture
File Size : 83. 71 MB
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This scholarly and well-researched study of the building industry documents the interplay of new materials and technologies, costs and the changing social and economic forces that affected the decision-making about our built environment over the last two centuries. The author provides a succinct and readable survey of the growth and development of British building which will be of interest to all building specialists and those training for a career in the construction industry.

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