1913 original publication; "A Compend for the Engineer and Engineman"; smaller hardbound (7 inch x 4.75 inch), 211 pages; black and white illustrations, tables and drawings; very good condition with unmarked pages; green boards with nice gilt lettering on cover and spine; no dust jacket.


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from Preface -

The object of this book, the substance of which appeared serially in Power(1), is to enable the engineer or engineman to gain some familiarity with the properties and behavior of the stubstances, as fuel, water and oil, in which he is vitally interested, and some suggestions and assistance in connection with their use.


(1) Power, May, 1905, to July, 1906

ENGINE-ROOM CHEMISTRY, The Power Handbooks by Augustus H. Gill

SKU: BS205