This book provides simple plans with illustrations and instructions which tell how to make numerous toy motors and engines that a boy can build and operate himself. It also tells how to build small mill wheels, how to make a steam engine, a steam turbine, an engine that will run on dry ice, how to make a toy electric motor which will run on either alternating or direct current.If a toy motor of this type is to be operated from the 115-volt alternating current, the voltage of the current must be reduced by means of ... The size of the lamps will also make a difference in the amount of current which flows through the circuit.
|Title||:||The Boys' Book of Engines, Motors & Turbines|
|Author||:||Alfred Powell Morgan|