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" In the heating of buildings, its economy, efficiency, and simplicity of application are alike acknowledged; the steam being simply conducted through all the departments by pipes, by extent of circulation condenses — the latent heat being thus given... "
The operative mechanic's workshop companion, and the scientific gentleman's ... - Page 245
by William Templeton (engineer.) - 1855
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The Practical Engineer's Pocket Guide: Containing a Concise Treatise on the ...

1847 - 190 pages
...water in an aeriform state, that it becomes of such essential service in heating, boiling, drying, Sic- In the heating of buildings, its economy, efficiency,...heat being thus given to the pipes, and diffused by radiationIn boiling, its efficiency is considerably increased, if advantage be taken of sufficiently...
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The Mechanic's, Machinist's, and Engineer's Practical Book of Reference ...

Charles Haslett - 1855 - 482 pages
...such essential service in heating, boiling, drying, <fec. In the heating of buildings, its ee.onom}', efficiency, and simplicity of application are alike...considerably increased, if advantage be taken of sufficiently inclosing the fluid, and reducing the pressure on its surface, by means of an air-pump. Thus, water...
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The Mechanic's, Machinist's, and Engineer's Practical Book of Reference ...

Charles Haslett - 1855 - 544 pages
...in an aeriform state, that it becomes of such essential service in heating, boiling, drying, ¿fee. In the heating of buildings, its economy, efficiency,...considerably increased, if advantage be taken of sufficiently inclosing the fluid, and reducing the pressure on its surface, by means of an air-pump. Thus, water...
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Mechanics and Engineers Book of Reference and Engineers Field Book

Charles W. Hackley - 1856 - 530 pages
...water in an aeriforrh state, that it becomes of such essential service in heating, boiHn'g, drying, fe In the heating of buildings, its economy, efficiency, and simplicity of application ar£ alike acknowledged; the st£am i being simply 'conducted through all the dejpartitrifehts by pipes,...
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The Mechanic's, Machinist's, and Engineer's Practical Book of Reference

Charles Haslett, Charles William Hackley - 1859 - 574 pages
...essential service in heating, toiling, drying, Ac. In the heating of buildings, its economy, ofticieucy, and simplicity of application are alike acknowledged;...considerably increased, if advantage be taken of sufficiently incloe-j ing the fluid, and reducing the pressure on its surface, by means of an air-pump. Thus, water...
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20th Century Machine Shop Practice: Arithmetic, Practical Geometry ...

Leonard Elliott Brookes - 1906 - 664 pages
...becomes condensed during its circulation round the building, through the pipes of the heating apparatus, the latent heat being thus given to the pipes and diffused by radiation. In boiling, its efficieney is considerably increased, if advantage be taken of sufficiently enelosing the fluid and...
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