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An historical account of a new method for extracting the foul air out of ships, & c : with the description and draught of the machines, by which it is performed : in two letters to a friend by Sutton, Samuel
DDC/LCC/NLM
  698 72 1745 2018
An account of a useful discovery to distill double the usual quantity of sea-water : by blowing showers of air up through the distilling liquor: and an account of the great benefit of ventilators ... By Stephen Hales ... The second edition. With an appendix ; in which is an account of some ... improvements . by Hales, Stephen, 1677-1761
LCC/NLM
  402 33 1756 1756
A treatise on ventilators : wherein an account is given of the happy effects of many trials that have been made of them ... in refreshing the noxious air of ships, hospitals and mines ... in preserving the timbers of ships ... in easily sweetening stinking cask water and curing the ill taste of milk ... in new methods of distilling ... in refreshing ... hot green-houses : and in several other useful improvements by Hales, Stephen, 1677-1761
DDC/LCC/NLM
  261 19 1758 1758
Nouvelle méthode pour pomper le mauvais air des vaisseaux &c by Sutton, Samuel
DDC/LCC
  172 18 1749 1749
An account of a useful discovery to distill double the usual quantity of sea-water, by blowing showers of air up through the distilling liquor, and also to have the distilled water perfectly fresh and good by means of a little chalk : and an account of the great benefit of ventilators in many instances, in preserving the health and lives of people, in slave and other transport ships ... : also an account of the good effect of blowing showers of air up through milk, thereby to cure the ill taste which is occasioned by some kinds of food of cows by Hales, Stephen, 1677-1761
DDC/LCC
  138 7 1756 1756
Shipboard ventilation for hazardous atmospheres by United States. Bureau of Labor Standards
LCC
  109 4 1967 1967
An account of a useful discovery to distill double the usual quantity of sea-water, by blowing showers of air up through the distilling liquor : and also to have the distilled water perfectly fresh and good by means of a little chalk : and an account of the great benefit of ventilators in many instances, in preserving the health and lives of people, in slave and other transport ships : which were read before the Royal Society : also an account of the good effect of blowing showers of air up through milk, thereby to cure the ill taste which is occasioned by some kinds of food of cows by Hales, Stephen, 1677-1761
DDC/LCC
  91 7 1756 1969
Cold storage, heating and ventilating on board ship by Walker, Sydney Ferris
LCC
  86 8 1911 2010
A treatise on ventilators : Wherein an account is given of the happy effects of many trials that have been made of them ; ... Part first. By Stephen Hales . by Hales, Stephen, 1677-1761
DDC/LCC
  65 12 1758 1758
Marine air conditioning, heating, and ventilation; : a brief summary and comparison of available systems with basic specifications by Thermotank Limited
DDC/LCC
  51 3 1962 1962
An account of a useful discovery to distill double the usual quantity of sea-water, by blowing showers of air up through the distilling liquor: : and An account of the great benefit of ventilators in many instances, in preserving the health and lives of people, in slave and other transport ships, which were read before the Royal society. Also an account of the good effect of blowing showers of air up through milk, thereby to cure the ill taste which is occasioned by some kinds of food of cows by Hales, Stephen, 1677-1761
DDC/LCC
  48 16 1756 1969
Report on quarantine by Great Britain. General Board of Health
DDC/LCC/NLM
  45 8 1849 1852
Heating and cooling on board by Lamprecht, Erich
DDC/LCC
  42 5 1993 1993
Laderaummeteorologie by Scharnow, Ulrich
DDC/LCC
  30 9 1970 1977
The ventilation of emigrant ships by Bryce, P. H. (Peter Henderson), 1853-1932
DDC
  26 9 1911 1911
Recommended practices for merchant ship heating, ventilation and air conditioning design calculations by Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (New York, N.Y.). Panel O-37 (HVAC Design)
DDC/LCC
  22 1 1980 1980
Dr. Edmunds' system of ventilation, for the purpose of improving the sanitary condition of ships, and preserving them from decay : with suggestions as to its applicability for the purpose of ventilating crowded dwelling-houses by Barry, J. M
LCC
  21 3 1865 1865
The ventilation and heating of ships by Bullen, Francis Lisle
DDC/LCC
  21 4 1950 1950
A mathematical model of lifeboat microclimates in polar regions by Piercey, Caitlin
DDC
  21 1 2019 2019
Mémoire sur la corruption de l'air dans les vaisseaux by Bigot de Morogues, Sébastien François, 1705-1781
LCC
  20 3 1750 1750
The air supply to boiler rooms of modern ships of war by Allen, R. W., 1876-1921
DDC/LCC
  19 8 1916 1921
Report on D.C. Green's system of ventilation by United States
LCC/NLM
  18 8 1879 1879
Environmental warmth and its measurement by Bedford, Thomas, -1963
DDC/LCC/NLM
  16 1 1946 1946
Marine sheet metal ventilation : shop drawings and blueprint reading. (a workbook for pre-employment and supplementary training) by Pennsylvania. Department of Public Instruction
LCC
  15 4 1942 1942
Environmental Warmth and its Measurement. A book of reference prepared for the Royal Naval Personnel Research Committee of the Medical Research Council. [With charts.] by Bedford, Thomas, -1963
DDC/LCC/NLM
  15 11 1940 1961
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