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A SCHOOL W IT H IN ITS E L E

HERE are XIX chapters of subjects, carrying you from the fundamental principles of electricity on through the

various branches to a point where the careful student comprehends the complete designing, care and operation

of a dynamo or motor. Each subject is carefully written and to the point. After a student studies a subject. he is questioned on that subject in such a manner as to bring clearly to his mind the points he needs to know regarding same. A DICTIONARY in back of book will enable him to learn the meaning of any electrical word, term or phrase used in this book, as well as hundreds of others in common use. All required tables necessary in the study are in it

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CONSULTING DEPARTMENT

Displacement of Ships

Question: I am taking advantage of your offer, to ask for information through your magazine. I wish some one would kindly give some information as to displacement of boats, and what base it is figured on.-J. P.

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Answer: The displacement of a vessel is the weight of the volume of water which it displaces. For sea water, it is equal to the volume of the vessel beneath the water line in cubic feet, divided by 35, the result being the displacement in tons of 2,240 pounds.

The displacement or gross tonnage is sometimes approximately estimated as follows:

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The volume of displacement may then be expressed as a percentage of the volume V, known as the “block coeïficient." This percentage varies for different classes of ships. In racing yachts with deep keels, it may be as low as 22; in modern merchant vessels, it varies from 55 to 75. For ordinary small boats, 50 will give a fair estimate. The volume V, obtained as above, when multiplied by the correct "block coefficient,” will give the actual volume of displacement in cubic feet. Dividing the volume of displacement by 35, as mentioned above, gives the displacement in tons.

In ship construction, more accurate methods are employed than the above. From the plans of the ship, different water lines are determined ; and by means of these curves, together with the crosssections at regular intervals along the ship's length, the displacement can be accurately determined.

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THIS outfit consists of a number of feet of flexible cord with

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each having eight miniature pendant sockets wired thereon. With the outfit is supplied the neccessary number of Miniature Decorative Lamps, plain and in colors. g To arrange the lighting decoration it is necessary only to screw the attaching plug into the nearest regular lamp socket, drape the wires over the tree, screw the little lamps into the sockets, and the decoration is complete. g The outfit is simple, flexible, thoroughly constructed and perfectly safe. g The first cost is low, considering that the Miniature Lamps are included, and an outfit once purchased will last for years and can be used repeatedly with little trouble and no additional

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