Iron and Steel, and the Mitis Process

By W. F. Durfee, M. E.
July 1887
Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen:—I am announced to speak to you this evening upon " Iron and Steel, and the Mitis Process "—a subject manifestly too vast to be discussed comprehensively ...

Notes on the Literature of Explosives

By Charles E. Munroe
July 1887
No. XIV.Under the title of "A Remarkable Explosion," Prof. L. R. F. Griffin describes, in the Popular Science Monthly, 30, S10-814 ; April, 1887, the circumstances attending the explosion by ...

Electric Motors

By F. J. Sprague (Late Ensign, U. S. N.)
July 1887
Commander W. T. Sampson, Vice-President, in the chair.—The subject of the paper to be presented to the Institute this evening is " Electric Motors," and the lecturer, Mr. Frank J. ...

Professional Notes

July 1887
The Wheeler Surface CondenserBy W. F. Worthington, P. A. Engineer, U. S. N.This condenser (Fig. I) is similar to that patented by Mr. Loftus Perkins and described by him ...

Book Notice

July 1887
Azimuth: A Treatise on this Subject. By Lieutenant-Commander Joseph Edgar Craig, U. S. Navy. New York: John Wiley & Sons.We are pleased to acknowledge the receipt of “Azimuth: A Treatise ...

Bibliographic Notes

July 1887
ANNALEN DER HYDROGRAPHIE UND MARITIMEN METEOROLOGIE.15TH Annual Series, 1887, No. 3. Studies of the ice in the harbor of Kiel. Hydrographic notes on voyage between Koepang, Island of Timor, to ...

Special Notice

July 1887
NAVAL INSTITUTE PRIZE ESSAY, 1888.A prize of one hundred dollars and a gold medal is offered by the Naval Institute for the best Essay presented, subject to the following rules:Competition ...

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