Principles of warming and ventilating public buildings dwelling houses, manufactories, hospitals, hot-houses, conservatories, &c.; and of constructing fire-places, boilers, steam apparatus, grates, and drying rooms; with illustrations experimental, scientific, and practical ... by Tredgold, Thomas

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  • Ventilation.

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LC ClassificationsTH7221 .T79
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Paginationxiv, 325 p.
Number of Pages325
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Open LibraryOL6935792M
LC Control Number04001114
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