A Handbook of Chemical Engineering

A Handbook of Chemical Engineering

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The only parts of the machine which have to be arranged to suit the initial pressure, and the exhaust, are the steam nozzles, which ... During some experiments at Stockholm with a 50 H.P. turbine-dynamo, one of the nozzles was found to pass 202 lbs. of steam per hour at 114 lbs. pressure, the vacuum in the exhaust being 26:6 inches of mercury. ... of the fixed blades and all the moving blades have been passed, the reaction at each series of blades increasing the rotational force.

Title:A Handbook of Chemical Engineering
Author:George Edward Davis
Publisher: - 1904


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