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The steam-engine and other heat-engines
Ewing, J. A. Sir
|Statement||by J. Alfred Ewing.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||662 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||662|
A Review of Heat Engines. Aman steam engine became and attention is drawn to some of the effects observed in these machines that are not present or are less important in other free-piston. Book-Reviews: Thermodynamics of the Steam Engine and Other Heat Engines.
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Metallurgical Failures in Fossil Fired Boilers. Sir James Alfred Ewing () was a Scottish engineer, physicist and cryptographer. First published inas the fourth edition of an original, this book was written by Ewing 'to present the subject of heat-engines, in their mechanical as well as their thermodynamical aspects, with sufficient fulness for the ordinary needs of University students of engineering'.Pages: The steam-engine and other heat-engines () (Reprint) by Ewing, J.
Sir, (James Alfred), and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at : Paperback. The steam-engine and other heat-engines / (Cambridge: University Press, ), by J. Ewing (page images at HathiTrust) The American steam engineer, theoretical and practical, with examples of the latest and most approved American practice in the design and construction of the steam engines and boilers of every description.
A steam engine is a heat engine that performs mechanical work using steam as its working steam engine uses the force produced by steam pressure to push a piston back and forth inside a cylinder.
This pushing force is transformed, by a connecting rod and flywheel, into rotational force for term "steam engine" is generally applied only to reciprocating engines as just. In other words, a heat engine absorbs heat energy from the high temperature heat source, converting part of it to useful work and delivering the rest to the cold temperature heat sink.
In general, the efficiency of a given heat transfer process (whether it be a refrigerator, a heat pump or an engine) is defined informally by the ratio of "what. Thermodynamics of the steam-engine and other heat-engines - Peabody, C Traders and Railways (The Traders’ Case) – T Waghorn Treatise on the mechanical theory of heat and its applications to the steam-engine, etc.
- McCulloh, R Treatise on the steam engine - Renwick, J Seller Rating: % positive. The Steam-Engine and Other Heat-Engines by J. Alfred Ewing,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Heat engines whose working fluid is a gas rather than a vapor undergo gas power thermodynamic cycles.
Like steam power, gas prime movers fall into two broad mechanical design categories: reciprocating and turbine. In addition, unlike steam power prime movers, they fall into two heat source categories: external combustion (EC) and internal combustion (IC).The internal combustion engine did not make the list either, because it is perceived as an improvement over the steam engine, at least by nontechnical people.
However, the internal combustion engine is a radically new technical idea, transcending fundamental limitations of steam engines.Professor Sandfort's history of the invention and perfection of the steam engine and the early theoretical research of Carnot, Joule, Clausius, Thompson and others is an often amusing and always fascinating story.
But the main purpose of his book is to give the reader at least an elementary understanding of the first and second laws of thermodynamics, the significance of temperature, and the 4/5(1).