# Practical Calculations for Engineers, for the Use of Engineering Students, Apprentices, Draughtsmen, Mechanics, Foremen, and Others Practically Engaged in Engineering Work

C. Griffin, limited., 1909 - Engineering - 463 pages
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### Contents

 SECTION 1 CHAPTER II 24 CHAPTER V 140 SECTION II 161 CHAPTER VII 181 CHAPTER VIII 190 TRANSMISSION OF WORK THROUGH MACHINES 216 CHAPTER X 239
 SECTION III 274 Forms with a right angleSimilar triangles and similar plane 287 CHAPTER XV 312 CHAPTER XVI 343 SECTION IV 353 REMUNERATION OF LABOUR 407 CHAPTER XXI 416 APPENDICES 447

 CHAPTER XI 249 ACCELERATION MOMENTUM FORCEACTION 256
 INDEX 455463 455

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