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Refuse, fatty, gas and power obtained
SAwdUST gas apparatus, Mansfield, 205–
Scavenging method, ‘Premier,’ 58
Starters, classification, 122
– Wells, arrangement of, 122–123
— — — starting diagram, 124
— Lanchester's, 124
– Fielding, 132
— — section, 133
TAcHoMETER, Schaffer & Budenberg,
Tangyes, section of combustion chamber,
— single cylinder engines, 36–38
— list of sizes, 1895, 39
Temperature, exhaust gases, 244
— explosion, 132–246
Testing gas, 191
— — engine, 169–172
Tests, Crossley engine, Professor Capper,
— Forward, Messrs Morrison & Lan
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