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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1926-1927-218

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FACULTY OF ENGINEERING 219 -Engineering Drawing and Design Second Year Winter Session -Two half-days per week Summer Term Mechanical and Electrical Engineers two half-days per week including lectures on Factory Organisation Management Estimating etc Civil Engineers one half-day per week Designs &c in connection with Classes Z4 Z7-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 -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 -Ā£6 6s -Theory of 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- fonnance 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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