Practical Electrical Engineering

Practical Electrical Engineering

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Take aquot;l = 0a#39;07 and the apparentratio of expansion 1a#39;, = 3 ; the indicated work per pound of steam inthe cylinder will then be, according to (161), IW = (1a#39;802 X Pfi a€” 2479 X P1, ) X vfoot-pounds. The actual ratio of expansion will be R6 = )\ Example 2. ... Woolf a#39;s Engine with Clearancea€”We have seen that the result of the performance of the steam in a Woolfa#39;s engine without ... The back-pressure curve in the diagram of the H.P. cylinder will start at a point somewhat lower than point 0, Fig.

Title:Practical Electrical Engineering
Author:William Worby Beaumont, Charles Capito, Gisbert Kapp, Anthony Reckenzaun, Robert Percy Sellon, James Swinburne, Howard Swan, Martin H. Kilgour, J. T. Niblett
Publisher: - 1890*


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