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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1925-1926-214

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FACULTY OF ENGINEERING 213 -Engineering Drawing and Design Second Year Winter Session -Two half-days per week Summer Term Mechanical and Electrical Engineers two half-days per week Civil Engineers one half-day per week Designs &c in connection with Classes Z4 Fees per Term -£1 lis Qd per half-day per week -Surveying Second Year Winter Session -One lecture and hours' Practical Work per week Chain Surveying and Plotting-Computation of Areas-Levelling- Instruments employed their Construction Adjustment and Use- Curvature and Refraction-Sections-Contour Lines-Angular Sur- veying Instruments employed their Construction Adjustment and Use-Triangulation-Base Lines-Open and Closed Traversing-Plot- ting by rectangular co-ordinates-The Plane Table-Tacheometry- Underground Surveying-Marine Surveying-Soundings-Setting Out Circular Curves Tunnels &c -Elementary Geometrical Optics as applied to Surveying Instruments Fee -£7 7s z8-Location 2nd year-for Civil Engineering Students Summer Term Two whole days per week Engineering Projects including Preliminary Survey Contouring Location and Setting Out Plotting Contoured Plans and Sections for Railway and Water Works Fee -£6 6s -Theory op Heat Engines Third Year Winter Session -One lecture week Summer Term -Two lectures week Single and Multi-Stage Air Compressors-Air Motors-Ideal Air Cycles-Entropy of Gases Internal Combustion Engine Cycles-Air Standards with constant Specific Heat-Calculations of Volumetric Efficiency and Temperature of Charge-Volumetric Heat Adiabatic Expansion with variable Specific Heat-Ideal Gas Standard-The Process of Explosion- Hopkinson's Experiments-Analysis of Indicator Diagrams-Per- formance of Internal Combustion Engines-Governing of Internal Combustion Engines-Producer Gas and Plants Steam Jets and Nozzles-Heat Drop and Velocity Calculations- Frictional Losses-Supersaturation-Under and over Expansion- Impulse Turbines-Velocity Diagrams Blade Calculations-de Laval
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