THE DISTRIBUTION OF HYDRAULIC POWER IN LONDON. (INCLUDES PLATES AND APPENDICES).
- Author: E B ELLINGTON
- Source: Minutes of the Proceedings, Volume 94, Issue 1888, 01 January 1888 , pages 1 –31
THE INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS. SESSION 1887-88.-PAIZT IV. SECT. I.-MINUTES O F PROCEEDINGS. 24 April, 1888. GEORGE BARCLAY BRUCE, President, in the Chair. (Paper No. 2314.) The Distribution of Hydraulic Power in London." By EDWARD BAYZAND ELLINGTON, M. Inst. C.E. THEREgenerally a long interval between the conception of an is idea and its realization. Water power is no new force, but water its application power, asformerly understood, was limitedin to systems of mechanism suitable for the low pressures found in Nature...