The theory and practice of warming and ventilating public buildings, dwelling-houses, and conservatories. Including a general view of the changes produced in atmospheric air, by respiration, combustion, and putrefaction, with the means of obviating its deleterious agency; and a description of all the known varieties of stoves, grates, and furnaces; with an examination of their comparative advantages for economising fuel and preventing smoke. By an engineer. Illustrated by numerous copper-plate and wood engravings, from designs by R.S. Mickleham, civil engineer.
London, T. and G. Underwood, 1825.
xii, 340 p.
illus., 20 plates (incl. front.)
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