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1. Model Steam Turbines (1900s) 126 pages HOW TO DESIGN AND BUILD THEM
Book author’s introduction: STEAM turbines may be divided into two classes: the impulse or action type, in which a jet of steam or fluid at high velocity impinges on a number of vanes or paddles fixed around the rim of a wheel free to rotate, and the reaction type, more generally
known as Hero's Engine or Barker's mill. Both these types are pretty familiar to us from our childhood's days, in the windows of the toyshop, and no doubt in many cases (the writer's also) formed our first steam model. They are illustrated in figs. 1 and 2, and frequently appear in patent specifications, though, of course, with considerable modification. In order that the principles on which these machines are designed and for which they depend on their action may be thoroughly understood, the
following elementary mechanical considerations are
A Practical Handbook for Model-Makers BY H. H. HARRISON FULLY ILLUSTRATED
2. MODEL ENGINE-MAKING in theory and practice, (1888) 200 pages
BY J. POCOCK.
Book author’s introduction: WITH OVER ONE HUNDRED ILLUSTRATIONS, DRAWN BY THE AUTHOR.
THE Steam Engine in one or other of its many forms is a sufficiently familiar object ; not equally familiar, I venture to think, the knowledge of its manner of working. Yet surely in these days of scientific and technical
education it would be well that at least the younger members of the community should
have some clear perception of the method in which steam exerts the force which has become
so necessary to the exigencies of daily modern life.
The want of some practical book on Model Engine-Making has during the last few years been made evident by the number of queries upon this subject which have appeared in various journals more or less devoted to the interests of mechanical science.
3. The Young Mechanic (1896) 366 pages
Book author’s introduction: IN presenting the American edition of this little work to the public, we believe we are supplying a want that has long been felt by the Young Mechanics of this country, and many others who desire to become versed in the practical use of tools. We know of no other book published in this country or England, in which the method of using tools is so clearly explained ; and although written more especially for boys and beginners, it contains
much information that will be of great value to the practical mechanic. The author is evidently thoroughly acquainted with his subject, and understands how to communicate his ideas in a simple and concise manner.
4. The Model Engineer's Handybook. (1902) 226 pages
A Practical Manual on Model Steam Engines
Author: Paul Nooncree Hasluck
5. Model engines and small boats (1898) 100 pages
by Hopkins, Nevil Monroe
Book author’s introduction: Model engines and small boats, new methods of engine
and boiler making; with chapter on elementary ship design and constrution
with FIFTY ILLUSTRATIONS
6. Modern steam turbines British and foreign (1906)
Book author’s introduction: Comprising descriptions of some typical systems of construction (1906-])
Author: Liddell, Arthur R
7. Heat Engines Steam, Gas, Steam Turbines and Their Auxiliaries (1914) 344 pages
Author: John Robins Allen , Joseph Aldrich Bursley
8. Marine steam turbines (1911) 234 pages
(forming the supplementary volume to "Marine engines and boilers")
Author: Bauer, G. (Gustav), b. 1871; Lasche, Oskar, 1868-1923, joint author Subject: Steam-turbines; Marine engines
9. Steam boilers, engines and turbines (1908) 494 pages
Author: Walker, Sydney Ferris
Subject: Steam-engines; Steam-boilers; Steam-turbines
10. Steam Turbines (1909) 204 pages
A book of instruction for the adjustment and operation of the principal
types of this class of prime movers.
Author: Collins, Hubert E. (Hubert Edwin), 1872-1932
11. Steam turbine principles and practice (1923) 370 pages
Author: Croft, Terrell,
12. The steam turbine (1903) 374 pages
Author: Neilson, Robert Morrison
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