Divide the continued product of the mean effective pressure in pounds per square inch, the length of the stroke in feet, the area of the piston in square inches, and the number of strokes per minute by 33,000; the result will be the horsepower. A Textbook on Mining Engineering - Página 501900Vista completa - Acerca de este libro
| American Gas Light Association - 1902
...continued product of the mean effective pres-mre in pounds per square inch of the steam in the cylinder, **the length of the stroke in feet, the area of the...square inches and the number of strokes per minute.** This product is then divided by 33,000. The rule may be expressed in the following formula : HP = 3... | |
| 1897
...well-known rule for finding the horsepower of a steam-engine, which may be stated as follow : Divide the **continued product of the mean effective pressure in...square inches, and the number of strokes per minute, by** 88,000 ; the result ioill be the horsepower. This is a very simple rule, and very little, if anything,... | |
| Wooster Woodruff Beman, David Eugene Smith - 1897 - 193 páginas
...p, I, o, n are abstract numbers representing the pressure in pounds per square inch on the piston, **the length of the stroke in feet, the area of the...square inches, and the number of strokes per minute.** Calculate the horse-power, to the nearest unit, of each of these engines : (a) p = 20, I - 6, a = 400,... | |
| Wooster Woodruff Beman, David Eugene Smith - 1897 - 193 páginas
...abstract numbers representing oo,UUU the pressure in pounds per square inch on the piston, the tength **of the stroke in feet, the area of the piston in square inches, and the number of strokes per minute.** Calculate the horse-power, to the nearest unit, of each of these engines : (a) p = 2G, 1=6, a= 400,... | |
| International Correspondence Schools - 1900
...well-known rule for finding the horsepower of a steam-engine, which may be stated as follows: Divide the **continued product of the mean effective pressure in...square inches, and the number of strokes per minute, by** 83,000 ; the result will be the horsepower. This is a very simple iule, and very little, if anything,... | |
| International Correspondence Schools - 1902
...well-known rule for rinding the horsepower of a steam engine, which may be stated as follows: Divide the **continued product of the mean effective pressure in...square inches, and the number of strokes per minute, by** 83,000 ; the result will be the horsepower. This is a very simple rule, and very little, if anything,... | |
| 1902
...follows : Divide the continued product of the mean effective pressure in pounds per square inch, t lie **length of the stroke in feet, the area of the piston...square inches, and the number of strokes per minute, by** 38,000 ; the result will be the Jwrsepoiver. This is a very simple rule, and very little, if anything,... | |
| 1902 - 640 páginas
...constant for this case can, therefore, be found by the following rule : Rule 0. — Multiply together **the length of the stroke in feet, the area of the piston in square inches, and the number of** working strokes per minute, and divide the product by 33,000 ; the quotient will be the engine constant.... | |
| 1902
...constant for this case can, therefore, be found by the following rule: Rule 6. — Multiply together **the length of the stroke in feet, the area of the piston in square inches, and the number** oj working strokes per minute, and divide the product by 33, 000; the quotient will be the engine constant.... | |
| 1902
...the following rule: Rule 1O. — Multiply together tlic scale of the indicator spring, the length of **stroke in feet, the area of the piston in square inches, and** t lie number of working strokes per minute. Divide this product by the product of 33,000 and the number... | |
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