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Compressed air

Compressed air

Compressed

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  • Page 8 and 9: " Movable for Submarine Work. " Wor
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  • Page 16 and 17: 5134 With regard to the second assu
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  • Page 20 and 21: 5138 tion of the casting under a po
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  • Page 34 and 35: 5152 The plate used may be of boile
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  • Page 40 and 41: 515^ NOTES White oak timber in mine
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    5I70 CO^IPRESSED AIR ^lAGAZINE. the

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    5172 A SIMPLE WOOD PRESERVING PROCE

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    5174 STEAM VS. COMPRESSED AIR IN MI

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    5176 to the steam particles which r

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    5178 BLOWN-OUT SHOTS IN COAL MINES

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    5i8o COMPRESSED AIR MAGAZINE. lever

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    5i82 COMPRESSED AIR MAGAZINE. porar

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    5i84 COMPRESSED AIR MAGAZINE. work

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    5i86 COMPRESSED AIR MAGAZINE. If an

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    5i88 COMPRESSED AIR ^lAGAZINE. A PI

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    5190 gross ore ton of 2,688 pounds,

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    5192 906,406k AEROPLANE FLYING-MACH

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    5194 CO^l PRESSED AIR MAGAZINE. Pne

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    5^9^ The pumping apparatus was move

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    5198 of its firmness, it was diffic

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    ;2oo CO.MPRESSED AIR ^lAGAZIXE. sma

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    5202 for this service, built by the

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    5204 COM TRESSED ATR MAGAZINE. The

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    ;2o6 pense of the heat of the surfa

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    ;2o8 The usefulness and value of th

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    ;2io COMPRESSED AIR .MAGAZIXE. in t

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    ;2i2 CO > 1 PR ES S ED A 1 1^ .A 1

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    5214 carrying too much current. He

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    52i6 COMPRESSED AIR MAGAZINE. pipe

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    52i8 COMPRESSED AIR .AL\GAZL\E. ing

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    5220 — ; in the water or in the g

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    5222 pages 5 by 8^ inches. The pamp

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    5224 CO:\IPRESSED AIR ArAGAZIXE. be

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    5226 JANUARY 26. 910.488. AERIAL NA

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    5228 and pumps much of the water re

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    5230 complete. The chisel is made s

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    52Z^ men. For all the $3,000 or $4,

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    , by 5234 terest those who have to

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    523^^ CCXAl PRESSED AIR MAGAZIXE. i

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    5238 a way that the water of conden

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    5240 FAST DRIVING ON THE RAND The f

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    5242 motor of the air pulsator that

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    5-244 MECHANICAL IMITATION OF GRAVI

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    5246 ing the cell walls, and compre

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    ' air 5248 ice_;to prevent freezing

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    5250 and it does not even call the

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    5252 AN OVERLOADING PARADOX In an a

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    5254 The average cost for supplying

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    5256 spheric pressure is then allow

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    5258 912,956. PNEUMATIC DUSTING AND

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    5260 one gallon of dilute alcohol w

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    5262 drops from 2S0 degrees to 150

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    5264 or from a nailed boot treading

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    5266 with the air tank, so that its

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    5268 COMPRESSED AIR MAGAZINE. know

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    5270 mond, nearly or quite pure in

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    272 :)^/ feet (after the well is pu

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    5274 COMPRESSED AIR MAGAZINE. and t

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    5276 COMPRESSED AIR MAGAZINE. TABLE

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    52/8 THE MEASUREMENT OF COM- PRESSE

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    5280 HYGIENIC ECONOMICS In Bulletin

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    £;282 Jasper R. Rand, 'president o

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    5284 rence, Massachusetts, it costs

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    5286 plete failure as an air pump,

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    5288 914,215. ROCK-DRILL. Thomas E.

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    5^9o COMPRESSED AIR AfAGAZINE. giS.

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    5292 Compressed air will be used al

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    5294 an animal oil, such as lard oi

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    5296 TRICKS WITH SOAP BUBBLbS. V>\

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    • The 5298 wire ring maj- now be

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    5300 fore acceptance and pieces of

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    5302 load is a variable one, speed

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    5304 greater the working pressure,

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    53o6 The design of this pneumatic t

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    53o8 CO:\lPRESSKD AIR MAGAZINE. IDE

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    5310 COMPRESSED AIR MAGAZINE. intro

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    53^^ NATIONAL VALUE OF CANALS [The

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    5314 for its preservation from cont

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    53i6 COMPRESSED AIR M.\GAZ1XE. dual

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    5318 COMPRESSED AIR MAGAZINE. distr

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    5320 CO.AIPRESSED AIR MAGAZINE. 917

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    ^?^^2 APPARATUS. William Locke, Wes

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    5324 by a belt from an electric mot

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    5326 minutes, and after making the

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    5328 COMPRESSED AIR MAGAZINE. FIG.

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    5330 large, and it can be drawn out

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    5332 COMPRESSION AND TRANSMISSION O

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    5334 gas in a pocket of the cap cus

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    5336 characteristics of the ore dep

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    5338 AIR DESTROYS WOOD Piles driven

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    5340 PORTABLE OXYGEN IN A MINE RESC

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    5342 THE PANAMA CANAL A corresponde

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    5344 PNEUMATIC DISPACTH TUBE The pn

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    5346 for blast holes, representing

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    5348 piles, or used for ballast on

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    5350 COMPRESSED AIR MAGAZINE. NOTES

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    5352 powder, and with such accuracy

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    5354 922,531. ELECTRIC AIR HEATING

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    5388 its own buildings. Its mechani

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    5390 it is now difficult to imagine

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    5392 tion. Whenever the warp runs o

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    5394 the pressure due to the head o

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    5396 — to the oil cabinet in tlie

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    5398 from the four different workin

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    5400 worked for months in high pres

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    5402 '"these rates would be deemed

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    5404 rapid decompression at a worki

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    54o6 COMPRESSED AIR .MAGAZINE. TABL

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    54o8 FANS CIRCULATE BACTERIA In Bru

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    54IO made more reliable and more ca

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    5412 COMPRESSED AIR :^IAGAZ1XE. as

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    5414 phatically expressed predilect

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    34 16 COMPRESSED AIR MAGAZINE. LATE

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    5418 INATING AND HEATING PURPOSES A

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    5420 ing the temperature of the air

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    =;-i22 — The moisture in air, lie

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    5424 bell are electrically lighted,

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    5426 COMPRESSED AIR MAGAZINE. that

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    5428 , 1 COMPRESSED AIR MAGAZINE. 0

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    5430 : or motor, only in one case t

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    5432 that for any particular undert

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    5434 and the CO- was 2 parts in 1,0

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    543^ vidual. In explanation of such

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    5438 the track clamps and the back

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    5440 sledging of pieces of blasted

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    544^ the air at normal atmospheric

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    5444 If the compressor were stopped

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    5446 Accor-ding- to a report to the

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    5448 1. An air bearing having in co

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    545" COMPRESSED AIR MACiAZIXE. 932.

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    5452 arrangement is important. The

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    5454 same amount of moisture as the

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    • The 5456 ROCK DRILLS ON THE RAN

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    5458 the diagram, the given ratio o

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    546g tions where they are really th

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    5462 a toggle at different points o

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    5464 DETAILS OF THE BLASTING OPERA-

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    5466 more than four feet of rock wa

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    5468 C. for each atmosphere of diff

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    5470 compressor,, which are essenti

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    5472 gineer. Thus the cost of opera

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    5474 : reported by the indicator ca

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    54/6 PNEUMATIC ELECTRIC SEA SOUND-

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    5478 — are being measured and stu

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    548o COMPRESSED AIR ^[AGAZIXE. SEPT

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    5482 tificial camphor are among the

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    5484 comb or multiple-reed valve of

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    5486 plungers, and these areas are

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    5488 structed as are impeller wheel

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    5^9o COMPRESSED AIR MAGAZIXE. press

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    5492 A SUCTION DREDGE RECORD Along

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    5494 AUTOMATIC UNLOADING DEVICE FOR

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    5496 known to be the chief variable

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    5498 The scale used with this devic

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    5500 that, although this was obtain

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    5502 A NOVEL AIR PUMP AND VACUUM GA

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    5504 visions o.ooi. 0.002. etc., to

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    55o6 COMPRESSED AIR MAGAZINE. any o

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    55o8 workings in heavy sulphide ore

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    05 10 CO^IPRESSED AIR MAGAZINE. dow

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    5512 935,862. AEROPLANE. Alfred W.

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    5514 COMPRESSING ENGINE. Warp Risle

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