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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1886-1887-206

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2ו2 applied sciences and Villages Sewage Outfalls Sewage disposal by irrigation by filtration and by precipitation Water supply of Towns and Villages Impounding Reservoirs Underground Water Springs Wells &c Arrangements of mains service pipes valves and hydrants Floods Prevention Improving navigable channels Training Walls Docks Harbours Piers Prizes and Certificates are given at the end of each Academical Year to the Students of each year who distinguish themselves both in Field work and at the Examinations The Course is suitable to the requirements of the Syllabus of Examination of the Surveyors' Institution Any Matriculated Student of this Department may be ad- mitted to these classes out of his proper Term on payment of £2 per Term Drawing geometrical architectural engineering and freehand First Year-Monday 15 to and Thursday to Second Year-Tuesday 15 to Friday 15 to and to in the Michaelmas and Lent Terms and 15 to in the Easter Term Third Year-Tuesday 15 to Friday 15 to in the Michaelmas and Lent Terms and 15 to in the Easter Term Students in this section are required to pass through the following course of work Practical Plane Geometry includ- ing the construction of Polygons and of the Ellipse Cycloid and other curves the creation of similar areas the enlarge- ment and reduction of irregular figures the application to geometric design and other practical work such as the setting out of wheels and the like The construction of plain and diagonal Scales Representative Fractions The orthographic projection parallel to or at an angle with the vertical or horizontal plane of geometric and other
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