The young mill-wright and miller's guide [microform].
- Part I. Mechanics and hydraulics : showing errors in the old, and establishing a new system of theories of water-mills, by which the power of mill-seats, and the effects they will produce, may be ascertained by calculation. -- Part II. Rules for applying the theories to practice, tables for proportioning mills to the power and fall of the water, and rules for finding pitch circles, with tables from 6 to 136 cogs. -- Part III. Directions for constructing and using all the author's patented improvements in mills. --Part IV. The art of manufacturing meal and flour in all its parts, as practised by the most skilful millers in America. -- Part V. The practical mill-wright : containing instructions for building mills, with tables of their proportions, suitable for all falls from 3 to 36 feet. -- Appendix. Containing rules for discovering new improvements exemplified in improving the art of cleaning grain, hulling rice, warming rooms, and venting smake by chimnies, &c.
- Part 5 by Thomas Ellicott.
- Reproduction Note:
- Microfilm. Woodbridge, Conn. : Research Publications, . 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (Goldsmiths'-Kress library of economic literature ; no. 23178.7)
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