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Description Rateau turbine, pressure - velocity diagram (Heat Engines, 1913).jpg
Source Scan from Prof. William Ripper, Sheffield Univ. d.1937 ( edition of 1909 book. Originally published in 1889 as "Steam", but later expanded to cover internal combustion engines and so re-titled.) Heat Engines, London: Longmans
Author Andy Dingley (scanner)
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