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Physical DescriptionThe two Calibration Exciters are mounted to a sturdy cement wall by 4 steel screws at each corner of the base. The base is comprised of a non-magnetic metal alloy that has a square plate flush against the wall and two…

WashingtonDensometer_CEE(DillmanB10)-0.jpg
Physical DescriptionMain apparatus:  The Washington densometer is comprised of 16 pieces (The kit owned by MTU does not include all 16 pieces). The first of these pieces are 4 aluminum calibrated rods, which have a large hexagonal head on them, screw…

Slide Rule 1 (AlumniHo).JPG
Physical Description: The Pickett 1000 slide rule is made of three rectangular bars of aluminum alloy coated in plastic with grooved slides.  Two bars are connected at the end with braces that are mounted to the flat side of the bars and the third…

WheatstoneBridge-Phys(storage)-0.JPG
Physical DescriptionA circular brass cylinder on a thin steel plate mounted on a wooden board, screwed into a base wooden plate at three spots: the top and bottom two corners. Two brass nobs at the bottom front of the wooden plate can be loosened and…

Ammeter-PHYS(FisherStorage)-0.JPG
Physical DescriptionA Wooden/Brass Instrument that is housed in a Wooden box with a lock on the top and a leather handle on the side attached by two metal fasteners. The tool itself has a dial separated into increments of 10. It has 3 black plastic…

SurveyingTransit_EERC231(Sch_of_Tech)-1.jpg
Physical Description:The transit is broken up into three different layers. Starting at the base, there is a opening in the bottom allowing the device to be fixed to a tripod, or legs as they were referred to by Gurley, the creator of the transit. (1)…

ChainomaticBalance(AlumniHo)-1.jpg
Physical Description      The scale’s frame is a rectangular prism composed of a russet-colored wood, with some sun bleaching occurring to its front face. Three tarnished metal feet, one on each front corner and one placed in the middle of the rear…

Rittenhouse_ToC v1-23 FULL.pdf
A simple consolidation of the tables of contents of the full run of the journal Rittenhouse, volumes 1 through 23 (numbers 1 through 70)