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" The means of accomplishing these points did not immediately present themselves ; but early in 1765 it occurred to me, that if a communication were opened between a cylinder containing steam, and another vessel which was exhausted of air and other fluids,... "
THE LIFE OF JAMES WATT - Sivu 64
tekijä(t) James Patrrick Muirhead - 1859
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A System of Mechanical Philosophy, Nide 2

John Robison - 1822 - 50 sivua
...itself, should be cooled down tn 100°, or lower, where that was possible. The means of accomplishing these points did not immediately present themselves...and another vessel which was exhausted of air and oilier fluids, the steam, as an elastic fluid, would immediately rush into the empty vessel, and continue...

A System of Mechanical Philosophy, Nide 2

John Robison - 1822 - 50 sivua
...itself, should be cooled down to 100°, or lower, where that was possible. The means of accomplishing these points did not immediately present themselves;...cylinder containing steam, and another vessel which wns exhausted of air and oilier fluids, the steam, as an elastic fluid, would immediately rush into...

A System of Mechanical Philosophy, Nide 2

John Robison - 1822 - 50 sivua
...possible. The means of accomplishing these points did not immediately present themselves ; but early iu 1765 it occurred to me, that if a communication were opened between a cylinder containing steam, and vmnhn vessel vrtrich was exhausted of air and oilier fluids, the steam, as an elastic fluid, would...

A Descriptive History of the Steam Engine

Robert Stuart - 1824 - 228 sivua
...Engine." Art. Caloric. • Watt's account of his invention, Robison's Mech. Phil. vol. II. p. 117. "I fiat if a communication were opened between a cylinder...exhausted of air and other fluids; the steam, as an expansible fluid, would immediately rush into the empty vessel, and continue to do so until it had...

Mechanics Magazine, Nide 2

1824
...moment when he had drawn those sagacious inferences; but it occurred to him early in the year 1765, ' that if a communication were opened between a cylinder...another vessel which was exhausted of air and other Jluids ; the steam, as an expansible fluid, would immediately rush into the empty vessel, and continue...

A Descriptive History of the Steam Engine

Robert Stuart - 1824 - 228 sivua
...Steam Engine." Art. Caloric. * Watt's account of his invention, Robison's Mech. Phil. TOI. II. p. 117. "that if a communication were opened between a cylinder...containing steam, and another vessel which was exhausted oj air and other fluids; the steam, as an expansible fluid, would immediately rush into the empty vessel,...

Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel Manufacturers ..., Nide 2

Perry Fairfax Nursey - 1824
...moment uhcr he had drawn those sagacious inferences; but it occurred to him early in tie year 17C5, ' that if a communication were opened between a cylinder containing steam, and another vessel which was eiItausted of air and other Jluids ; the steam, as an expansible Jluid, would immediately rtisA into...

Glasgow Mechanics' Magazine, and Annals of Philosophy, Nide 2

1825
...moment when he had drawn those sagacious inferences ; but it occurred to him, early in the year 1 765, * that if a communication were opened between a cylinder...exhausted of air and other fluids ; the steam, as an expansible fluid, would immediately rush into the empty vessel, and continue to do so until it has...

The Register of Arts, and Journal of Patent Inventions, Nide 3

Luke Herbert - 1826
...were the means which were contemplated to effect these ends, when, early in 1765, it struck him, " that if a communication were opened between a cylinder...exhausted of air and other fluids, the steam, as an expansible fluid, would immediately rush into the empty vessel, and continue to do so until it had...

History of the Steam Engine: From Its First Invention to the Present Time

Elijah Galloway - 1826 - 219 sivua
...Various were the means which were contemplated to effect these ends, when, early in 1765, it struck him, "that if a communication were opened between a cylinder...exhausted of air and other fluids, the steam, as an expansible fluid, would immediately rush into the empty vessel, and continue to do so until it had...




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