# Standard Text on Steam-fitting: Group One - Eight

### Contents

 Section 1 3 Section 2 1 Section 3 2 Section 4 4 Section 5 6 Section 6 11 Section 7 1 Section 8 10
 Section 14 2 Section 15 3 Section 16 Section 17 2 Section 18 3 Section 19 3 Section 20 2 Section 21 10

 Section 9 13 Section 10 17 Section 11 1 Section 12 2 Section 13 3
 Section 22 12 Section 23 Section 24 8 Section 25 12 Section 26

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Page 1 - Square Measure. 144 square inches 1 square foot, 9 square feet 1 square yard, 30J square yards 1 square rod, 40 square rods 1 rood, 4 roods 1 acre.
Page 1 - Dry Measure. — 2 pints = 1 quart; 8 quarts = 1 peck; 4 pecks = 1 bushel.
Page 1 - CUBIC MEASURE 1728 cubic inches = 1 cubic foot 27 cubic feet = 1 cubic yard 128 cubic feet...
Page 25 - It has been seen that a heat unit is the quantity of heat required to raise one pound of water one degree...
Page 25 - Connections. temperature of 170 degrees in the radiators. Variations may be made, however, to suit the existing conditions of outside temperature. We have seen that an average...
Page 4 - DRAWINGS' High pressure steam supply pipe — — — — Low pressure steam supply pipe Hot water pipe — flow Return pipe — steam or water Air vent line Flanges Screwed union Elbow Elbow — turned up Elbow — turned down Tee Tee — branch turned up Tee — branch turned down 'A.8. H. * VE "Code.
Page 14 - Pipe to be Added to Actual Length of Run — Owing to Fittings — To Obtain Equivalent Length * Valve in full open position.
Page 43 - One unit of heat is the amount required to raise the temperature of one pound of water one degree, and !the change for this coin, or its equivalent, is 772 foot pounds of work, that is, the work required to be expended to raise one pound weight 772 feet.
Page 26 - Saturated steam is water vapor in the condition in which it is generated from the water with which it is in contact, or it may be described as steam at the maximum pressure and density possible at its temperature.
Page 28 - Specific Gravity — Specific gravity is the ratio of the weight of a given volume of liquid at 60°F (15.5°C) to the weight of an equal volume of gas-free distilled water at 60°F (15.5°C).