2 edition of Popular treatise on the warming and ventilation of buildings found in the catalog.
Popular treatise on the warming and ventilation of buildings
C. J. Richardson
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|Pagination||xi, 130 p., plates ;|
|Number of Pages||130|
The close stoves employed in Germany use less fuel in warming the room than any open fireplace, but they are economical because the heat generated is not removed by the frequent renewal of the air. The Centennial exposition. The connections at K and N having been stopped up, the drain from I H was again tested, when it gave 36 cubic feet more gas space than there should have been in the drain. Sturtevant patented a combination fan and heat exchanger for cooling or heating purposes in
The junction at F was cut off and the drain 27made good, when a second testing by fixing the detector at B gave the quantity of gas in the drain to be cubic feet. I have no expectation of stating any thing that is actually new, because the functions and the attributes of heat and combustion have long been thoroughly discussed in their application to industrial objects. Polyethylene film durability increased greatly when more effective UV-inhibitors were developed and added in the s; these extended the usable life of the film from one or two years up to 3 and eventually 4 or more years. Parkes, Messrs. Many gases which are found in sewers have an affinity to water, and will make their way to the water-seal and become absorbed in the water of the trap to some extent, but not to the extent many persons imagine, or to become detrimental to health. The details of such plans would be out of place here as they are the subject matter of several patents, but sewage can be carried through districts without its gases being injurious to health or without sewage being subjected to rapid decomposition almost as easily as meat is now transmitted from New Zealand to England without any decomposition taking place during its transit.
They were inconvenient, since one had to go to where the heating unit was located. The Webster system maintained a vacuum in the condensate return line, thus drawing steam throughout the system no matter the size. A plastic air-insulated greenhouse in New Zealand Giant greenhouses in the Netherlands The idea of growing plants in environmentally controlled areas has existed since Roman times. One using a wind-up clock had been brought out by Jewell Thermostat Co.
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The very means adopted to heat the room produces draughts, because the stronger the direct radiation, or rather the brighter the flame in open fireplaces, the stronger must be the draught of the fire and the abstraction of heat. These poisons in the gas can be destroyed by washing the gas in a chemical solution on leaving the grating, and since this has been done medical men have cured the disease by washing the throat in a similar solution.
Sketch portfolio of railroad stations A French priest actually a Cardinal wrote the first comprehensive manual on fireplace design, Mechanique du Feu, in The first child that was taken ill died, but the other recovered. How to build a house.
Edwards's very interesting and instructive treatise on domestic fireplaces clearly shows with what persistent perverseness the inventions which possess real merit have been almost invariably passed by. Other hot-air systems were introduced in the United States before for use in larger institutional buildings.
Artistic homes Should a sewer be ventilated with open gratings in 51the centre of the roads, the placing of gratings at a moderate distance apart would diffuse the gas equally in a flat district if the temperature on the surface of the ground at each grating were the same, but the variation of the temperature in streets is such that the heat of the street at one grating will be a sufficient motive power to extract the gas from many sewers through this one grating, the others only forming inlets while the increased heat lasts.
The five orders of architecture InNovelty Manufacturing Co. In dealing with the ventilation of soil-pipes or vertical drains, many improvements can in future be made. The outer temperature was the same on the two days.
The warmed air then rose inside the baffle and exited through the holes in the baffle's sides. Handbook of practical landscape gardening. Cool air in the room entered the lower opening of a duct, was warmed, rose, and returned to the room through the duct's upper opening.
Thus if a drain or sewer is not ventilated it will ventilate itself. A slated roof, if ill-constructed, is a material agent in allowing of the escape of heat, because there is necessarily an inlet for air where the slates overlap. Building plans. The fireplace of Prince Rupert — also included an inverted siphon.
The book of American interiors. The origins of the chimney flue probably lie with the Normans, who used sidewall flue openings in place of the previously used central roof vents. J Richardson Book 10 editions published between and in English and held by 78 WorldCat member libraries worldwide Picturesque designs for mansions, villas, lodges, etc.MARY E.
PENNINGTON – Mary Engle Pennington was born October 8,and at an early age moved to (From his book “Patent Apparatus for Warming and Ventilating Buildings,”) (Black & white drawings are from “A Popular Treatise on the Warming and Ventilation of Buildings,” C J Richardson, edition).
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