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(8 years ago)
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TANTA UNIVESITY
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No
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161
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8 Mar, 2012
(9 years ago)
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TANTA UNIVESITY
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1008
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18 Dec, 2010
(10 years ago)
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100mm OD, 16mm ID, with flange and fitting screw
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TANTA UNIVESITY
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36
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14 Nov, 2010
(10 years ago)
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90mm OD , 16mm ID,with flange
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TANTA UNIVESITY
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13
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14 Nov, 2010
(10 years ago)
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76mm OD, 16mm ID
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TANTA UNIVESITY
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27
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14 Nov, 2010
(10 years ago)
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96mm OD ,16mm ID, with rubber cover
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TANTA UNIVESITY
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27
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14 Nov, 2010
(10 years ago)
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170mm OD , 20mm Pitch ,50 mm shaft diameter
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TANTA UNIVESITY
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115
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14 Nov, 2010
(10 years ago)
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TANTA UNIVESITY
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1176
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24 Oct, 2010
(10 years ago)
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Watt's linkage (also known as the parallel linkage) is a type of mechanical linkage invented by James Watt (19 January 1736 – 25 August 1819) to constrain the movement of a steam engine piston in a straight line.The idea of its genesis using links is contained in a letter he wrote to Matthew Boulton in June 1784.I have got a glimpse of a method of causing a piston rod to move up and down perpendicularly by only fixing it to a piece of iron upon the beam, without chains or perpendicular guides <...> and one of the most ingenious simple pieces of mechanics I have invented. This linkage does not generate a true straight line motion, and indeed Watt did not claim it did so. In a letter to Boulton on 11 September 1784 he describes the linkage as follows
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TANTA UNIVESITY
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245
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10 Nov, 2010
(10 years ago)
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Straw-Cutter, or Chaff-cutter, as it is commonly termed, denotes a machine for the purpose of cutting straw, with a view to feed horses and cattle to greater advantage
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TANTA UNIVESITY
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418
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9 Nov, 2010