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A critical study of various types of exhaust gas analyzers for gasoline engines
(Virginia Tech, 1940-05-05)
<p>It is quite common practice in automotive and aircraft engine maintainence, operation, and research to employ any one of several types of instruments now on the market for determining the air-fuel ratio by exheust gas ...
An investigation of the performance of a stationary siphoning type of roof ventilator
(Virginia Agricultural and Mechanical College and Polytechnic Institute, 1941)
Tests were performed to determine and compare the aspirating effectiveness of 10- to 24-inch sizes of a stationary siphoning type of automatic roof Ventilator. The basic principles of Ventilator design were studied ...
Design of apparatus to determine Reynolds' number of various lubricating oils under varying conditions
(Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1947)
The original intention regarding the Reynolds’ Number Apparatus was to design, construct, and operate extensively the experimental machinery. The extensive operation of the apparatus, however, would entail not only the ...
A survey of cylindrical bearing practice of the United States
(Virginia Agricultural and Mechanical College and Polytechnic Institute, 1940)
A complete summary of this thesis would be too lengthy due to the amount of material covered, so only the most important points will be brought out. (a) The journal bearing is one of the most important elements of ...