4 edition of Victorian engineering found in the catalog.
L. T. C. Rolt
|Statement||L. T. C. Rolt.|
|LC Classifications||TA57 .R65 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||300 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||300|
|LC Control Number||75319333|
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In "Victorian Engineering" LTC Rolt provides a wonderfully readable history of the industrial revolution in Britain from the perspective of the Victorian engineering book engineering triumphs achieved. The book celebrates the well-know greats of engineering, but also many others we should know more about.
Mr Rolt also comments on the decline of Britain's leadership of the field of engineering - putting this down to /5(1). In "Victorian Engineering" LTC Rolt provides a wonderfully readable history of the industrial revolution in Britain from the perspective of the magnificent engineering triumphs achieved.
The book celebrates the well-know greats of engineering, but also many others we should know more about. Mr Rolt also comments on the decline of Britain's leadership of the field of engineering - putting this down to /5(10). The book concludes by considering why the Victorians' mood of optimism turned to one of disillusionment.
It argues that the Victorians failed to come to terms with the consequences of industrialization, and that many of the innovations of British engineers found their best expression in other Victorian engineering, (Pelican books) [L.
C Rolt] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.4/5(1). Book Title: Victorian Engineering Author: L. Rolt Format: Paperback | pages Publication Date: 14 Jan ISBN L.T.C.
Rolt was an engineer and pioneer of industrial history; in this book he combined these two passions to give us. In "Victorian Engineering" LTC Rolt provides a wonderfully readable history of the industrial revolution in Britain from the perspective of the magnificent engineering triumphs achieved.
The book celebrates the well-know greats of engineering, but also many others we should know more about. Mr Rolt also comments on the decline of Britain's leadership of the field of engineering - putting this /5(12).
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It illuminates many aspects of Victorian intellectual society, and of the organisation of science and engineering in his time.
The central purpose of this biography is to show Jenkin’s achievements in engineering and in other fields, and to judge his significance in these diverse activities. A great engineering feat in the Victorian Era was the sewage system in London.
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This books studies 10 examples of Victorian Engineering (in excellent detail) and 16 recent examples of low-energy architecture. The cleverly-illustrated book cover shows the Natural History Museum, London, juxtaposed with the Powerhouse One building in Trondheim.
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Pop-up and moving books are most commonly associated with children, but some of the earliest movables were academic titles that used the technique to explain anatomy and astronomy. Much more than an account of an emergent Victorian cycling revolution, this is a social history told through the story of invention, technology, craft, and female subjugation.
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n the late s, civil engineering was consolidating its status, gained during the previous three generations, as a recognized followed the path of other professions in the nineteenth. Victorian Engineering by L.T.C.
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— Albert North Whitehead. Man is a Tool-using Animal (Handthierendes Thier).Weak in himself, and of small stature, he stands on a basis, at most for the flattest-soled, of some half-square foot, insecurely enough; has to straddle out his legs, lest the very wind supplant him.
An illustrated history of the evolution of British women's cycle wear. The bicycle in Victorian Britain is often celebrated as a vehicle of women's liberation. Less noted is another critical technology with which women forged new and mobile public lives—cycle wear. This illustrated account of women's cycle wear from Goldsmiths Press brings together Victorian engineering and radical feminist.
This Victorian-era handbook for civil engineers presents sketches and brief descriptions of more than 1, mechanical devices. Contents include gears of all kinds, chains and links, cranes, cutting tools, pumps, water wheels, turbines, and much more — all the elements of the increasingly sophisticated industrial and mechanical world of the late 19th century.Historian/scientist Adam Hart Davis presents this British documentary series on the social and technical achievements of the Victorian era.
The first episode in the series, named “Speed Merchants” covers the Victorian fascination with speed and is the strongest episode in the series. Born into a low social class of Victorian England, Heaviside made advances in mathematics by introducing the operational calculus; in physics, where he formulated the modern-day expressions of Maxwell's Laws of electromagnetism; and in electrical engineering.