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Title: Scientific American Supplement, Vol. XV., No. 388, June 9, 1883

Author: Various

Release Date: March 20, 2005 [EBook #15417]

Language: English

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NEW YORK, June 9, 1883

Scientific American Supplement. Vol. XV., No. 388.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS.


I. ENGINEERING.--Farcot's Improved Woolf Compound Engine.--4
figures.

The "Swallow," a New Vehicle.

Boring an Oil Well.

A Cement Reservoir.--2 figures.

"Flying."


II. TECHNOLOGY.--Iron and Steel.--By BARNARD SAMUELSON.
The world's production of pig iron.--Wonderful uses and demands
for iron and steel.--Progress of Bessemer steel.--Latest
improvements in iron making.--Honors and rewards to inventors.
--Growth of the Siemens-Martin process.--The future of iron and
steel.--Relations between employers and workmen.

Machine for Grinding Lithographic Inks and Colors.--1 figure.

A new Evaporating apparatus.--2 figures.

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