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EVENING CLASSES 411 -The Applications of the Spectroscope and the Micro- scope to Metallurgical Research -Facilities will be afforded to intending Candidates or the Science and Art Department or other examinations η Practical Metallurgy 40 FUELS THEIR USES AND ECONOMY Day and Hour of Attendance-Monday from to ין נ Ϊ This course will include the subjects required for the City md Guilds of London Institute Examination in Fuel free introductory lecture will be given at on Monday October 10 Subject Retrospect Glance at the History of Artificial Heating Syllabus Introduction Definition and general classification of Fuels Heat produced by chemical combina- tion Heat measurements and units Transmis- sion of Heat in solids liquids and gasen Laws of chemical combination General effects of Heat on inorganic matter and on organic sub- stances with and without the presence of air II Combustion Oxidation Ignition Combustion Flame Combustion of gaseous liquid and non- volatile solid fuels Products of Combustion III Calorific Power and Intensity Amount of heat evolved during combustion by various fuel stuffs Evaporative Power Temperature of Combustion Conditions influencing Calorific Power and In- tensity Calculation of theoretical Calorific Power and Intensity of Fuels from their known composition Comparison of theoretical with actual results IV Wood Composition of Wood objections to its use as Fuel
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