[ON THE RELATIVE HEATING EFFECTS OF COKE AND COAL]

J PARKES
1838 Minutes of the Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers  
The paper is accompanied by a table, shewing the proportionate parts of 1121bs. of coal bt~rnt in heating water from 3 2 ' to 212" with that burnt in evaporating it from 212". It is constructed on the established principle of the sum of the latent and sensible heat being constant, and is of great use in reducing the results of numerous experiments to one common standard, and ascertaining the v a h e of fuel; and in comparing one set of experiments with another; when the water has been supplied
more » ... has been supplied to the boilers at different temperatures.
doi:10.1680/imotp.1838.24800 fatcat:kqryulohnnezbgmkx6ena52kea