A Treatise on Marine Engines and Steam Vessels Fourth edition revised and augmented by E Nugent with a glossary of technical terms and their equivalents in French German and Spanish

screw The number of steamships afloat and building on February 1 , 1869 , was
as follows : Of armour - plated ships there were nine iron ships , third rates ; afloat
; seven of wood , third rates ; three of iron , fourth rates ...

A Treatise on Marine Engines and Steam Vessels     Fourth edition  revised and augmented by E  Nugent  with a glossary of technical terms  and their equivalents in French  German and Spanish

Author: Robert MURRAY (Civil Engineer)

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The Marine Engineer

The examples of the immense service, rendered at different times by fire floats on
the river Thames, would fully exemplify the usefulness of fire engines afloat. At
the same time the Stationary Steam Fire and Pumping Engine as illustrated in ...

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The Engineer

It THESE engines consist of the two largest tric hoops are cast - steel , lined with
white would be difficult , if not impossible , to find sets of triple - expansion
engines afloat . They metal , as are all the bearings throughout . more admirable
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The Engineer

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House Documents

Examine the steam engines afloat in our national vessels , and make itself
acquainted with the exact condition of their boilers and machinery , so as to state
which are , and which are not , fit for service ; Second . Examine particularly into
those ...

House Documents

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The North American Review

And in considering this position it must not be forgotten that the care and
management of steam machinery afloat is not ... If he takes charge of her engines
afloat , he ceases to practise his profession of engineering , and becomes an
engine ...

The North American Review

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Vols. 227-230, no. 2 include: Stuff and nonsense, v. 5-6, no. 8, Jan. 1929-Aug. 1930.

Navy Departments

And in considering this position it must not be forgotten that the care and
management of steam machinery afloat is not ... If he takes charge of her engines
afloat , he ceases to practise his profession of engineering , and becomes an
engine ...

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The Iron Age

These engines and dynamos supply current not only for light but to four large
horizontal fans on the hurricane deck driven direct by motors . ... The propelling
machinery consists of two of the largest sets of triple - expansion engines afloat .

The Iron Age

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Railway Locomotives and Cars

The supposition that the vessel was to be a highspeed craft with engines of 45 ,
000 or 50 , 000 horse - power probably influenced our British and domestic ...
She and her sister , the Lucania , have the most powerful engines afloat .

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The Motor Boys Afloat

W2 From time to time the steersman glaneed at the Dartaway , and , as he saw
her keeping even with him he speeded up his motor a trifle . But Jerry was not to
be outdone , and he did not let the other boat gain an advantage . “ Do you think
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The Motor Boys Afloat

Author: Clarence Young

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Railroad Gazette

The " City of New York ” is the largest passenger carrying TUNNEL vessel now
afloat . ... The ship can thus be steered by a boy : The machinery by which the
ship is propelled consists of the two largest sets of triple - expansion engines
afloat .

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Evidence Addenda and Appendices to the Reports of the Committee Appointed by the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty to Inquire Into the Causes of the Deterioration of Boilers c and to Propose Measures which Would Tend to Increase Their Durability

Engines . Boilers . 2454. Do you consider that the present system is as
satisfactory and beneficial to the service as the old ... to should make a regular
test , and represent the matter . say that you never were in charge of engines
afloat 2452.

Evidence  Addenda  and Appendices to the Reports of the Committee Appointed by the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty  to Inquire Into the Causes of the Deterioration of Boilers   c   and to Propose Measures which Would Tend to Increase Their Durability

Author: Great Britain. Admiralty. Committee to inquire into the causes of the deterioration of boilers, &c

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Guest Afloat

engine . We ' ll take a look at powerboat engines and sailboats with auxiliaries
first . Curious about engines and what type powers the boat ? Read on . Engines
These are the basic types of propulsion : outboards , inboard / outboards and ...

Guest Afloat

Author: Barbara Bradfield

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Ideal for sailors and their guests, this book details everything that a guest on board a boat needs to know to be a useful and welcome addition to the crew.

MotorBoating

BOAT MAINTENANCE AFLOAT AND ASHORE Three Parts—864 Pages. BO AT
MAINTENANOE * AFLOAT AND ASHORE * Edited by Charles F. Chapman
MOTOR BOATING's IDEAL SERIES VOLUMES XXVIII, XXIX, and XXX sonner
volours ...

MotorBoating

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Scientific American

65 feet; propulsion by a slum motor with gasoline as fuel: submersion through the
introduction of A. boiler; A'. fumaoe; ... while afloat and by electricity while
submerged; submerih-r; B, central engine; L'. dynamos; D, dynamos; E. two
engines at ...

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The United Service Magazine

8 , 9 , and 10 are boats of about 37ft . between perpendiculars , and are driven by
single screw engines of six - horse ... The number of steamships afloat and
building on February 1 , 1869 , was as follows : -Of armour - plated . ships there
were ...

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