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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1944-1945-170

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180 FACULTY OF ENGINEERING -Surveying Second Tear Michaelmas and Lent terms -One lecture and one tutorial class per week One week of practical work in Lent term Chain Surveying and Plotting-Computation of Areas-Levelling- Sections-Contour Lines-Instruments employed their Construction Adjustment and Use-Angular Surveying Instruments employed their Construction Adjustment and Use-Triangulation-Base Lines -Open and Closed Traversing-Plotting 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 Easier term -One lecture and one whole day per week for practical work ze-Theory of Heat Engines Third Year One lecture week Principles of Heat Transmission Internal Combustion Engines-Discussion of various types- Volumetric Heat of Gases including Effect of variable Specific Heat-Ideal Cycles and Practical Limits to Performance of Engines- Gas Turbines Steam Jets and Nozzles-Heat Drop and Velocity Calculations- Frictional Losses-Supersaturation-Impulse and Reaction Turbines -Condensers Mechanical Refrigeration-Carnot's principle-Reversed Carnot and Stirling Cycles for perfect Gases-Bell-Coleman Air Machine-Vapour Compression Machines-Absorption Machines Compressed Air Machinery Laboratory -One half-day per week Complete efficiency tests of Steam Engines Internal Combustion Engines Boilers Air Compressor Refrigerator-The Calorimetry of Solid Liquid and Gaseous Fuels -Theory and Design of Structures Third Year Two lectures per week throughout the session Drawing one half-day per week throughout the session Graphical and Analytical Methods of estimating Forces in Framed Structures-Effects of Wind Pressure-Live and Dead Load Stresses Design of Roof Trusses and other Framed Structures-Estimation of Deflection-Steel Framed Buildings Riveted and Pin Joints
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