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Accompanied by extraordinary photographs, essays, and maps, this book examines the history and typology of woodburners also known as "wigwam burners The visual comparisons of dozens of burners show the changes in design over the course of a century.
Industrial Burners Handbook Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Rapid development in the field precipitated by the increased demand for clean burner systems has made the Industrial Burners Handbook into the fields go-to resource. With this resource, bestselling author, editor, and combustion expert Charles Baukal, Jr. has put together a comprehensive reference dedicated to the design and applications of indust
A joint effort of three continents, this book is about rational utilization of the fossil fuels for generation of heat or power. It provides a synthesis of two scientific traditions: the high-performance, but often proprietary, Western designs, and the elaborate national standards based on less advanced Eastern designs; it presents both in the same Western format. It is intended for engineers and advanced undergraduate and graduate students with an interest in steam power plants, burners, or furnaces. The text uses a format of practice based on theory: each chapter begins with an explanation of a process, with basic theory developed from first principles; then empirical relationships are presented and, finally, design methods are explained by worked out examples. It will thus provide researchers with a resource for applications of theory to practice. Plant operators will find solutions to and explanations of many of their daily operational problems. Designers will find this book ready with required data, design methods and equations. Finally, consultants will find it very useful for design evaluation.
Gas Burners Old and New Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
DigiCat Publishing presents to you this special edition of "Gas Burners Old and New" (A historical and descriptive treatise on the progress of invention in gas lighting, embracing an account of the theory of luminous combustion) by Owen Merriman. DigiCat Publishing considers every written word to be a legacy of humankind. Every DigiCat book has been carefully reproduced for republishing in a new modern format. The books are available in print, as well as ebooks. DigiCat hopes you will treat this work with the acknowledgment and passion it deserves as a classic of world literature.
The Charcoal Burner's Legacy Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
John Levorson Goplerud founded the Goplerud family. He lived in central Norway from 1724 to 1801 and he made charcoal for the early iron industry. Thus he and all his descendants are known as the "Charcoal Burner Family." He had 6 children who took the names: Goplerud, Aspholt, Lindelien, Lundo (Lundene), Landsen, and Stugaarden. Those are the 6 "branches" in this book. There have been more than 100,000 descendants of this family. Descendants came to Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa and Dakota in the mid-1800's. Over 10,500 are listed in this book, more than half distributed widely in the U.S.A. with large numbers also in Norway (especially Valdres, Ringerike, Hallingdal and Oslo). Includes ancestors to the 1400's (with conjecture to 65 B.C.) together with family and locality history.
Ceramic Burners for Model Steam Boilers Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
This book covers the materials needed to make ceramic burners and explains how to silver solder them. It discusses LPG and holding tanks, as well as connecting pipework and electronic and mechanical automatic gas-control systems to monitor the boiler pressure. In addition, there is advice on how to set up, install and operate each burner to provide optimum heating to the boiler. A summary of the Boiler Test Code Volume 3 that applies to home-made gas tanks is included, together with a list of useful suppliers with their contact details. This book provides all the information you need to build and operate: three burners, with one variant, for boilers with 42mm, 35mm and 28mm horizontal flues; two round burners for vertical boilers with fire boxes; two different sizes of rectangular burner, with one variant, for use in horizontal water-tube or pot boilers and finally, one small round and one tiny oblong burner for use in Mamod and Wilesco boilers. The burners described are straightforward to make and simple to use to heat the water in boilers that meet the 3 bar litre limit in the UK Boiler Test Code.