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Reflections on the motive power of heat and on machines fitted to develop this power
|Statement||by S. Carnot. Translated by R.H. Thurston.|
|Contributions||Thurston, Robert Henry, 1839-1903, tr., Carnot, Hippolyte, 1801-1888., American Society of Mechanical Engineers.|
|LC Classifications||QC311 .C293|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||107 p. incl. front. (port.) diagrs.|
|Number of Pages||107|
|LC Control Number||43022692|
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Page 68 - Thus we are led to establish this general proposition: The motive power of heat is independent of the agents employed to develop it; its quantity is determined solely by the temperatures of the bodies between which, in the final result, the transfer of the caloric occurs.
Title. Reflections on the motive power of heat and on machines fitted to develop that power / Title Variants: Uniform: Réflexions sur la puissance motrice du feu. Related Titles. Series: Landmarks of science. Carnot, Sadi, Reflections on the motive power of heat [microform]: and on machines fitted to develop that power by Carnot, Sadi, ; Thurston, Robert Henry, ; Carnot, Robert Henry, ; Kelvin, William Thomson, Baron, Pages: Reflections on the motive power of heat and on machines fitted to develop this power, Author: Sadi Carnot ; Robert Henry Thurston ; H Carnot ; William Thomson Kelvin, Baron.
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account of carnot's theory. by sir william thomson (lord kelfjin), • 12'1 appendix. extracts from unpublished writings of carnot, b. carnot's foot.
REFLECTIONS ON THE MOTIVE-POWER OF HEAT, AND ON MACHINES FITTED TO DEVELOP THAT POWER. By S. Carnot. Every one knows that heat can produce motion.
That it possesses vast motive-power no one can doubt, in these days when the steam-engine is. Reflections on the Motive Power of Heat and on Machines Fitted to Develop that Power→ Reflections on the Motive Power of Heat — II. The Life of Sadi Carnot Source: Minutes of the Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers, Vol Issue1 Jan (–) REMARKS ON THE USE OF HEATED AIR AS A MOTIVE POWER.
(PART OF DISCUSSION ON THE USE OF HEATED AIR AS A MOTIVE : G Crispe, Sir G Cayley, G Gurney, Goldsworthy Gurney, H M Lefroy, J Rennie, C W Siemens, Spiller, M. Reflections on the motive power of heat and on machines fitted to develop this power, Author: Sadi Carnot ; Robert Henry Thurston ; H Carnot ; American Society of Mechanical Engineers.
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