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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1887-1888-197

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applied sciences 193 draughtsmen has for some time made itself heard but it may be questioned whether the efforts hitherto made to supply an acknowledged want have not confined Art teaching too much within the narrow limits of bare mechanical copying and drawing and have too often failed to stimulate the student to observe read think and generalize for him- self The greatest successes of the periods to which artists always look back with reverence and sometimes with despair were achieved by men who loved studied and reproduced the beauties of Nature and to follow faithfully their methods rather than to aim at servile copies of their works is the aim of the present School For several Prizes offered in connection with this class see page 406 13 Metallurgy Established by aid of the City and Guilds Institute Third Year Students -Monday and Friday from 4-5 This Course of lectures is designed for all those who in any way have to deal practically with the applications of metals It treats of the methods by which metals are obtained from their ores and the means by which they are rendered suitable for the various requirements of the Arts The following are the principal subjects treated of General considerations concerning the principles of Metallurgy II The Physical Properties of Metals III Fuel -The Physical and Chemical properties of various kinds of Fuel The Selection and Economic Pre- paration of Fuel to suit the requirements of Special Processes IV Metallurgical Processes Iron and Steel the various methods by which they are produced the effects caused by the presence of foreign substances
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