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Transactions of the Institution of Civil Engineers of Ireland. Volume 7, 1864 Public Deposited

Transactions of the Institution of Civil Engineers of Ireland. Volume 7, 1864

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  • ICEI vol. 7
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  • Copyright The Board of Trinity College Dublin. Images are available for single-use academic application only. Publication, transmission or display is prohibited without formal written approval of the Library of Trinity College, Dublin.
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  • Dublin
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  • issued 1864
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  • Transactions of the Institution of Civil Engineers of Ireland, 27th-28th Session 1861-62-63. Vol. VII. Dublin: John Falconer, 53 Upper Sackville Street, Printer and binder to Her Majesty’s Stationary Office. 1864. Issuing body changes from the Institution of Civil Engineers of Ireland to the Institution of Engineers of Ireland from volume 96 onwards.--An account of the conveyance of light-draught steamers, from England to the River Volga, with remarks on the inland navigation of Russia; by C. H. Moberly, ESQ. Member. –Page 1.--Description of the Madras Railway; by T. H. Going, Member. – Page 17.--On the relative advantages of various forms of permanent way, used in Ireland, especially with references to mode of fastening joints; by James Price, Member. – Page 34.--On the re-construction of Malahide Viaduct; by William Anderson, Member. –Page 44.--Description of a fifty-ton crane, erected at Belfast; by G. H. Strype, Member – Page 67.--On improvements in the manufacture of peat fuel; by C. Hodgson. –Page 77.--On the action of sea-water on lime mortar; by Bindon B. Stoney, B.A., Hon. Secretary – Page 90.--Description of the Crumlin Viaduct; by A. M’Donnell, Member. –Page 97.--On the reclaimed lands at Wexford Harbour, and the machinery employed in draining them; by William Anderson, Member. – Page 102.--Irish linen bleaching and bleaching machinery; by John Smith, Jun., A.M., Member. – Page 123.--In the influence of the inertia of the reciprocating parts of steam engines, and its effects in connexion with the expansive action of steam; by George H. Strype, Member. –Page 144. --Memoir of Barry Duncan Gibbons, late vice-president I.C.E. of Ireland; by M. Bernard Mullins, V. P. – Page 168.PLATES:--Vol. VII Plate I. Volga River steamers.--Vol. VII Plate II. Price’s permanent way.--Vol. VII Plate III. Malahide Viaduct.--Vol. VII Plate IV. Malahide Viaduct.--Vol. VII Plate V. 50 ton rolling crane.--Vol. VII Plate VI. 50 ton rolling crane.--Vol. VII Plate VII. 50 ton rolling crane.--Vol. VII Plate VIII. 50 ton rolling crane.--Vol. VII Plate IX. Wexford Harbour.--Vol. VII Plate X. Reclaimed lands at Wexford.--Vol. VII Plate XI. Reclaimed lands at Wexford.--Vol. VII Plate XII. Reclaimed lands at Wexford.--Vol. VII Plate XIII. Plan of Milltown Bleach-works, Ban-bridge.--Vol. VII Plate XIV. Bleaching machinery. --Vol. VII Plate XV. Bleaching machinery.--Vol. VII Plate XVI. Bleaching machinery.--Vol. VII Plate XVII. Bleaching machinery.--Vol. VII Plate XVIII. In the influence of the inertia of the reciprocating parts of steam engines, and its effects in connexion with the expansive action of steam.--Vol. VII Plate XIX. In the influence of the inertia of the reciprocating parts of steam engines, and its effects in connexion with the expansive action of steam.
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  • Transactions of the Institution of Civil Engineers of Ireland
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  • ink
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  • paper (fiber product)
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  • Irish
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  • ICEI-007_001
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  • DCAT0120766

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