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Surveying, As Practiced by Civil Engineers and Surveyors ...: Intended As a ...
John Whitelaw, Jr.
No preview available - 2015
accuracy accurate adjustment angle axis barometer base bearing bench marks bubble calculated centre centre line Chapter closing cloth compass contours correct cross cross hairs cross sections curve described determined difference direction distance division Edition elevation engineer equal error Feet fence field fixed follows fore given gives glass graduated ground half hand height horizontal instrument latitude length lower mark mean measured meridian method miles minutes moved nearly necessary object observed ordinary parallel placed plate plotted position possible Practical railway ranging reading reduced reflected result Road rule scale screws shown in Fig side sight slope square staff station surface survey taken tangent tape telescope temperature theodolite traverse triangle tube tunnel upper usually vernier vertical wire
Page 14 - RIVER BARS. The Causes of their Formation, and their Treatment by " Induced Tidal Scour " ; with a Description of the Successful Reduction by this Method of the Bar at Dublin. By IJ MANN, Assist. Eng. to the Dublin Port and Docks Board. Royal 8vo, cloth 7;6 " We recommend all interested in harbour works — and. Indeed, those concerned in the improvements of rivers generally — to read Mr. Mann's interesting work.
Page 33 - EXAMPLES OF MODERN ALPHABETS, PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL; including German, Old English, Saxon, Italic, Perspective, Greek, Hebrew, Court Hand, Engrossing, Tuscan, Riband, Gothic, Rustic, and Arabesque ; with several Original Designs, and an Analysis of the Roman and Old English Alphabets, large and small, and Numerals, for the use of Draughtsmen, Surveyors, Masons, Decorative Painters, Lithographers, Engravers, Carvers, &c. Collected and Engraved by F. DELAMOTTE, and printed in Colours. New and Cheaper...
Page 7 - Mathematical Tables, For Trigonometrical, Astronomical, and Nautical Calculations ; to which is prefixed a Treatise on Logarithms. By H. LAW, CE Together with a Series of Tables for Navigation and Nautical Astronomy. By Professor J. R.
Page 4 - THE PRACTICAL ENGINEER'S HANDBOOK. Comprising a Treatise on Modern Engines and Boilers, Marine, Locomotive, and Stationary. And containing a large collection of Rules and Practical Data relating to recent Practice in Designing and Constructing all kinds of Engines, Boilers, and other Engineering work. The whole constituting a comprehensive Key to the Board of Trade and other Examinations for Certificates of Competency in Modern Mechanical Engineering. By WALTER S. HUTTON, Civil and Mechanical Engineer,...
Page 33 - MEDIEVAL ; from the Eighth Century, with Numerals ; including Gothic, Church-Text, large and small, German, Italian, Arabesque, Initials for Illumination, Monograms, Crosses, &c. &c., for the use of Architectural and Engineering Draughtsmen, Missal Painters, Masons, Decorative Painters, Lithographers, Engravers, Carvers, &c. &c.
Page 17 - No book with the same objects in view has ever been published In which the clearness of the rules laid down and the illustrative diagrams have been so satisfactory.
Page 4 - HANDBOOK." It possesses many new and original features, and contains, like its predecessor, a quantity of matter not originally intended for publication, but collected by the Author for his own use in the construction of a great variety of MODERN ENGINEERING WORK. The information is given in a condensed and concise form, and is illustrated by upwards of...
Page 22 - THE METALLURGY OF ARGENTIFEROUS LEAD. A Practical Treatise on the Smelting of Silver-Lead Ores and the Refining of Lead Bullion. Including Reports on various Smelting Establishments and Descriptions of Modern Smelting Furnaces and Plants in Europe and America. By M. EISSLER, ME, Author of " The Metallurgy of Gold,
Page 16 - CE , and M. Inst. ME Third Edition, revised and much improved, with 115 Double Plates (20 of which now first appear in this edition), and numerous Additions to the Text. In 2 vols., imp.