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The Complete Guide To Stationary Gas Engines

Author : Mark Meincke
ISBN : 1419625691
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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The purpose of this book is to provide information on the history, design, function and manufacture of early internal combustion engines of the 19th century. The book covers all the basic systems of these "flywheel" engines. Many of the puzzling components of the gas engine are thoroughly explained to the reader so that a general knowledge of their workings becomes clear. The chapters cover engine components in detail such as, magnetos, hot tube and sparkplug ignition, cooling systems, timing systems and different engine designs. The reader can also find useful collecting tips such as how to evaluate an engine before purchasing it and what a fair market price might be based on an engine's condition. The book explains how these engines were originally used in industry and on farms and businesses in America and the author shares his extensive research, cataloging over 3600 different engines and their manufacturers, dating from 1885 to 1940.

Gas Engine Restoration

Author : Peter Rooke
ISBN : 094167875X
Genre : Internal combustion engines
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Complete Guide To Diesel Marine Engines

Author : John Fleming
ISBN : 1892216248
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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If you want to better understand the big iron toiling under the deck of you sportfish, pick up a copy of the Complete Guide To Diesel Marine Engines by John Fleming. The book takes you through the ins and outs of diesel power in terms even a landlubber could understand. It explains the hows and whys of diesel engines, but there's also a chapter on the basics of trouble-shooting and another on selecting the right engine for your boat. For the die-hard, there's even a chapter on the mathematics of diesels. If you want a solid understanding of how a diesel operates, this is one hands-on guide to bring aboard.

Farm Implement News Buyer S Guide

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ISBN : NYPL:33433007874773
Genre : Agricultural machinery
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Shock Wave Engine Design

Author : Helmut E. Weber
ISBN : 0471597244
Genre : Science
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Written by an author who has devoted the past twenty-five years of his life to studying and designing shock wave engines, this unique book offers comprehensive coverage of the theory and practice of shock wave engine design. The only book treating the complete preliminary design of shock wave engines, it provides engineers with practical step-by-step guidelines applicable to the design and construction of small, light- weight, low-powered industrial turbines as well as high performance jet aircraft engines. In his discussions of the advantages and disadvantages of shock wave versus other types of combustion engines, Dr. Weber demonstrates how and why shock wave engines can be made to work more efficiently than conventional gas turbines. Among other things, he shows quantitatively why combustion temperatures can be significantly higher in shock wave engines than conventional gas turbines. He evaluates temperatures of moving parts in terms of combustion and engine inlet temperatures, and explores the effect of shock coalescence, expansion fan reflections and intersections on port sizes and locations. And throughout, real and imagined performance problems are posed and proven solutions given for shock wave engines--alone and in conjunction with conventional gas turbines or reciprocating internal combustion engines. Designed to function as a practical guide, Shock Wave Engine Design offers concise step-by-step design techniques in a readily usable format. Engineers will find precise, detailed directions on such essentials as how to size wave rotor blade lengths and heights and the correct rotor diameter for a specified power, and material selection for rotor and stator. And one entire chapter (Chapter 12) is devoted exclusively to a detailed example design for a 500 hp engine. An authoritative, highly practical guide to state-of-the-art shock wave engine design, this book is an important resource for mechanical and aerospace engineers who design aircraft engines or virtually any type of turbomachinery. Timely, authoritative, practical--an important resource for engineers who design aircraft engines or virtually any type of turbomachinery Written by a pioneer in the field, this book offers a comprehensive coverage of state-of-the-art shock wave engine design principles and techniques. The only book treating the complete preliminary design of shock wave engines, this unique guide provides engineers with: * Concise step-by-step guidelines applicable to the design and construction of small, lightweight, low-powered industrial turbines as well as high-performance jet aircraft engines * In-depth treatments of pressure exchangers, wave engines, and wave engines compounded with reciprocating IC engines * A chapter-length example design for a 500 hp engine * A brief but thorough review of all essential thermodynamics and gas dynamics needed to develop flow equations and calculation methods

How To Restore Tractor Magnetos

Author : Neil C. Yerigan
ISBN : 0879389494
Genre : Transportation
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How to Restore Tractor Magnetos Neil Yerigan. Forget trial & error repairs with this expert advice from magneto wizard Neil Yerigan. This detailed, hands-on guide provides you with the know-how to isolate and fix electric and magneto problems. Field-tested repairs that will work for you! Sftbd., 8 1/4x 1 5-8, 16 pgs., 149 b&w ill.

Readers Guide To Periodical Literature

Author : Anna Lorraine Guthrie
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User S Guide To Natural Gas Purchasing And Risk Management

Author : Payne
ISBN : 0824709101
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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1-Developing an Energy Purchasing Strategy2-Gas Purchasing: Business, Legal & Contracting Issues3-The Role of the Gas Marketer4-Selecting a Gas Marketer to Deliver Transportation Gas5-Avoiding Common Pitfalls in Gas Contracts6-Gas Futures, Swaps and Options7-Retail Energy Contracts: Choices for Customers8-Natural Gas Purchasing as a Strategic Input9-Natural Gas Purchasing Options10-Fuel Management in the Real World11-Fuel Savings via Gas Supply Aggregation12-Benefits of Effective Fuel Management13-Fuels Utilization for Cost-Effective Energy Management14-Managing Your Facility's Energy Needs in Competitive Energy Markets15-Background: FERC Orders 636, 636-A, and 636-B16-The Hidden Costs of Doing Business Under Order 63617-Order 636: The Next Stage of Implementation18-Spot Market Natural Gas Reliability19-Understanding & Using New LDC Supply Options20-How a Local Natural Gas Distributor Helped an Institutional Cogenerator21-Brooklyn Union Gas Company's Competitive Power Systems Program22-The Gas Industry Standards Board: Organizing the Marketplace for Natural Gas23-Gas Reduction Strategies to Benefit the Environment24-Gas Cooling Engine Emissions: Meeting the Clean Air Act25-Meeting CFC Phase-Out Requirements with Gas Cooling26-The Environmental Benefits of Natural Gas Powered Fuel CellsIndex

Gas Gasoline And Oil Engines

Author : Gardner Dexter Hiscox
ISBN : WISC:89089678395
Genre : Internal combustion engines
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150 Years Of International Harvester

Author : C.H. Wendel
ISBN : 087349928X
Genre : Transportation
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The Story of a Classic International Harvester and the Farmall brand are legendary names. As both tireless machines and valued collector pieces, they are among the most popular tractors in the world. In this information-packed photo-encyclopedia, learn about the history and evolution of these famous agricultural icons. With more than 1,900 photos and detailed data on every tractor, truck, hay rake and hemp machine built in the company's history, 150 Years of International Harvester is the ultimate resource for these great farm machines.

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