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The Steam Engine Considered as a Thermodynamic Machine : A Treatise on the Thermodynamic Efficiency of Steam Engines, Illustrated by Diagrams, Tables, And Examples from Practice

By Cotterill, James Henry

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Title: The Steam Engine Considered as a Thermodynamic Machine : A Treatise on the Thermodynamic Efficiency of Steam Engines, Illustrated by Diagrams, Tables, And Examples from Practice  
Author: Cotterill, James Henry
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Language: English
Subject: Thermodynamics, Steam-engines, Chemistry, Physical and theoretical
Collections: American Libraries Collection
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1890
Publisher: London, New York, E. & F. N. Spon

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