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" Battersea by 4250 yards of iron pipes of 20 inches diameter, 1000 yards of 15 inches diameter, 1400 yards of 9 inches diameter. The weather was nearly the same, but the place of experiment was more protected from the wind, than in Union Street. 1st. With... "
A Brief Account of the Life, Writings, and Inventions of Sir Samuel Morland ... - Page 6
by James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps - 1838 - 31 pages
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Minutes of Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers, Volume 3

Institution of Civil Engineers (Great Britain) - Civil engineering - 1844
...6th. All the six being opened, the first gave a jet of 27 feet in height. Ind Experiment. — Sip. standcocks were then put into plugs, on a main 9 inches...high, and the delivery to 76 gallons per minute. 3rd Experiment. — Two standcocks, with hose, &c., as in the first experiment, were then put into a service...
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Newton's London Journal of Arts and Sciences: Being Record of the ..., Volume 27

1846
...Battersea, by 4250 yards of iron pipes of 20 inches diameter, 1000 yards of 15 inches diameter, and 1400 yards of 9 inches diameter. The weather was nearly...high, and the delivery to 76 gallons per minute. 3rd Experiment. — Two standcocks, with hose, &c., as in the first experiment, were then put into a service...
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The London journal of arts and sciences (and repertory of patent inventions ...

William Newton - 1846
...Battersea, by 4250 yards of iron pipes of 20 inches diameter, 1000 yards of 15 inches diameter, and 1400 yards of 9 inches diameter. The weather was nearly...high, and the delivery to 76 gallons per minute. 3rd Experiment. — Two standcocks, with hose, &c., as in the first experiment, were then put into a service...
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The London Journal of Arts, Sciences, and Manufactures, and ..., Volume 27

1846
...nearly the same, but the place of experiment was more protected from the wind than in Union Street. 2nd. The second standcock was then opened, and the...difference in the first jet was barely perceptible. 1st. With one standcock open, a jet, 60 feet in height, was produced, and 107 gallons per minute were...
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Fire Prevention and Fire Extinction

James Braidwood - Fire extinction - 1866 - 197 pages
...nearly the same, but the place of experiment was more protected from the wind than in Union-street. 1st. With one standcock open, a jet 60 feet in height...high, and the delivery to 76 gallons per minute. 3rd Experiment. — Two standcocks, with hose, &c., as in the first experiment, were then put into a service-pipe,...
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Fires, Fire Engines, and Fire Brigades: with a history of manual and steam ...

Charles Frederic T. Young - Fire engines - 1866 - 534 pages
...this position was more sheltered from the wind than those at which the first experiment was tried. 1st. — With one standcock open, a jet 60 feet in...difference in the first jet was barely perceptible. 3rd. — The other two standcocks being opened, the first jet was reduced to 45 feet in height, and the...
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