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Full text of "The Flow Of Gases In Furnaces"

TABLE OF CONTENTS

PREFACE BY TRANSLATOR INTO ENGLISH........................!.....     v
PREFACE TO THE ENGLISH EDITION BY W.-E. GROUME-GRJIMAILO......     ix
PREFACE TO THE FRENCH EDITION, BY HENRY LE CHATELIER..........     xi
FOREWORD, BY W.-E. GROUME-GRJIMAILO...........................    xv
PART I
THE APPLICATION OF THE LAWS OF HYDRAULICS TO THE
COMPUTATIONS FOR A REVERBERATORY FURNACE
CHAPTER
I. THE FUNDAMENTAL VIEWPOINT..............................      1
II. EXPERIMENTS WHICH SERVE TO SHOW THE ANALOGY BETWEEN THE
CIRCULATION OF THE FLAME AND THE MOVEMENT OF A LIGHT
LIQUID WITHIN A HEAVY LIQUID............................      3
First Experiment.......................................      4
Second Experiment.....................................      7
III.   THE CURRENT OF HOT GASES MAY BE COMPARED TO A STREAM
OP WATER TURNED UPSIDE DOWN, OR INVERTED.............      8
IV.   APPLICATION OF THE LAWS OF HYDROSTATICS TO HOT GASES.....    11
(a) The Draft Fallacy of Metallurgical Furnaces............. 16
(ft) Hydrostatic Pressure within Metallurgical Furnaces and
Their Flues........................................ 21
(c) Hydrostatic Pressure in Open-top Chambers Filled with
a Light Gas........................................ 25
V. THE APPLICATION TO HOT GASES OP THE LAWS FOR THE FLOW OF
LIQUIDS THROUGH AN   ORIFICE IN THE  BOTTOM OF THE RESER-
VOIR....................................................    27
VI. RELATION BETWEEN THE HEAD, THE PRESSURE AND THE VELOCITY
OF CURRENTS OF LIQUIDS AND GASES.......................    32
VII.  THE APPLICATION TO HOT GASES OF THE THEORY OF HYDRAULIC
FLOW OVER THICK-CRESTED WEIRS.........................    40
VIII. VELOCITY UNDER INVERTED WEIRS.   RATIONAL CONSTRUCTION
OF FURNACES OF THIS TYPE...............................    52