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A steam-load study of the Virginia Polytechnic Institute power plant
(Virginia Tech, 1936-06-15)
A comparative determination of the suitability of some of the so-called "lubricating aids" for industrial use
(Virginia Tech, 1934-05-01)
Introduction<p> At the present time there are, on the market, numerous lubricating aids which are designed to improve the lubricating qualities of the various mineral lubricating oils, especially those intended for automotive ...
The suitability of Virginia coals for underfeed stoker equipped plants
(Virginia Tech, 1934-05-15)
<p>Performance of Southwest Virginia coal: The results of the 24-hour tests herein recorded indicate that nut and slack coal from Southwest Virginia can be burned economically at burning rates of from 15.36 to 27.20 ...
The possibility of increasing compression ratios by using water as an anti-detonant
(Virginia Tech, 1936-05-05)
Conclusions (1) Water 1s a knock suppressor. (2) Water does not act as an anti-detonant by slowing down the rate of flame propagation, but merely removes a portion of the heat of combustion. (3) Increasing the compression ...
Performance tests and cooling effect distribution of the V.P.I. forced draft cooling tower
(Virginia Tech, 1939-05-15)
<p>Test data of forced draft cooling towers is all too meager, and that available is, in many instances, incomplete. It is the opinion of the authors that putting cooling tower design on a rational basis can be brought ...
A study of a method for testing boiler feedwater treatments in Duplex Test Boiler
(Virginia Agricultural and Mechanical College and Polytechnic Institute, 1938)