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The Steam Turbine - reprinted book

The Steam Turbine - reprinted book

The Steam Turbine - reprinted book

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For those who have an interest in the history of power generation, the 1911 book written by Charles Parsons was reprinted earlier this year. Who better to describe the machine than the man who invented it? smile

The Steam Turbine by Charles A. Parsons.
ISBN13: 9781107615090
Cambridge University Press

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RE: The Steam Turbine - reprinted book

Scotty, good to know. Along those same lines,

http://www.readanybook.com/ebook/the-steam-turbine-the-rede-lecture-1911-30807

Maui

www.EngineeringMetallurgy.com

RE: The Steam Turbine - reprinted book

Problem with many of the reprinted editions of old classics is the poor quality.It seems they use some software to print which bring in many mistakes plus poor sketches and drawings.You can get scanned copies 19th and early 20th centuary books million-books.com at a small price.Another site is ulib.org

RE: The Steam Turbine - reprinted book

and James Watt (of lightbulb fame <G>)... and his invention of the governor... to control the speed...

Dik

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