3 edition of Account of a new cistern for barometers found in the catalog.
Account of a new cistern for barometers
|Statement||by John Adie ; communicated by the author.|
|Series||Landmarks of science II|
|LC Classifications||Q111 .H35, QC886 .H35|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||340|
Full text of "Barometers and the measurement of atmospheric pressure. A pamphlet of information respecting the theory and construction of barometers in general, with summary of instructions for the care and use of the standard Weather bureau instruments.." See other formats. It’s was one of Galileo’s students by the name of Evangelista Torricelli who, in , first invented the barometer utilizing a long tube, mercury, and a cistern. Here, the air presses down on the open mercury in the cistern, raising or lowering that amount of mercury still left in the tube.
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A barometer is a simple instrument for determining the pressure generated by the weight of the atmosphere. It can be used both for assisting in forecasting weather and for determining altitude. You can make your own weather predictions by following changes in barometic pressure. cistern barometer A pressure-measuring device in which pressure is read by the liquid rise in a vertical, closed-top tube as a result of system pressure on a liquid reservoir (cistern) into which the bottom, open end of the tube is immersed.
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Account of a new cistern for barometers. [John Adie] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a>, bgn:Microform\/a>. The author describes in detail how to restore wheel, stick and aneroid barometers and barographs from first dismantling the instrument, through the cleaning and repair of parts, refilling the mercury tube, case repair and refinishing, to final reassembly.
Separate chapters deal with the special problems that can arise with stick or cistern tube barometers, aneroid barometers and s: 1.
out of 5 stars A decent barometer book, more aimed at beginning barometer enthusiasts. Reviewed in the United States on Aug I have read quite a bit of this book as of the writing of this review/5(4).
A mercury barometer consists of a glass column marked off in inches. The top end of this glass tube is closed, and the other end rests in a small cup of mercury, called a cistern. A column of mercury resides inside the upright glass tube.
Mercury barometers are often used today in physics classes. The author traces the history of cistern or stick, angle, marine, station, Fitzroy and two-liquid barometers, with the help of nearly illustrations, and gives advice on how they should be handled and maintained.
Most types of cistern barometer still available are illustrated and the book contains useful information to assist in dating them/5(3). cistern barometer, ordinary barometer Kapselbarometer n, Gefäßbarometer. cistern barometer, ordinary barometer Kapselbarometer n, Gefäßbarometer Search within book.
Type for suggestions. Table of contents Previous. Page Navigate to page. 13 Admiral Fitzroy Barometers 14 Other Cistern Barometers 15 Care of the Stick or Cistern Tube Barometer Bibliography Index.
Details ISBN: x mm vii + pp illus. (hardback) First published Reprinted About the author To the order form: Barometers: Wheel or Banjo Edwin Banfield.
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cistern barometer - WordReference English dictionary, questions, discussion and forums. All Free. Our cistern range includes both concealed and exposed varieties. A concealed cistern is installed behind the wall out of sight for a minimalist look whereas the exposed cistern is just that, as it is installed on top of the pan and is by far the more popular design due to its ease of installation.
Looking for cistern barometer. Find out information about cistern barometer. A pressure-measuring device in which pressure is read by the liquid rise in a vertical, closed-top tube as a result of system pressure on a liquid reservoir Explanation of cistern barometer. No account need be taken of the expansion of the glass tube containing the mercury, it being evident that no correction for this expansion is required in the case of any barometer the height of which is measured from the surface of the mercury in the cistern.
In fixing a barometer for observation, it is indispensable that Position of barometer. BOOKS An illustrated book to widen the knowledge and understanding of barometers generally. The author traces the history of the cistern tube, angle tube, marine, wheel and aneroid barometer The author traces the history of Cistern or Stick, Angle, Marine, Station, Fitzroy and Two Liquid Barometers with the help of almost illustrations.
pages. Barometers, even mountain barometers, are fragile things. They would ordinarily be slung over the shoulder in a leather case. Both were eventually broken. The last, the cistern barometer was broken on October 21st.
Pictured above left is a typical mountain barometer designed for portability in survey work. When you get the barometer to its new home, hang it on the wall and then open the closing screw as far as it will go.
Note: Ships' barometers work with a wood cistern as above, but the closing screw (on those that have one, they don't all) is not readily visible, being inside the brass cylinder on the bottom of the case. Take the barometer out.
Stick barometers of the late 18 th and early 19 th century are generally more expensive than the wheel barometers that the Italians were to popularise to such an extent that English makers also had to make them – just as the Italians also made handsome stick barometers.
The Italians used the bulb cistern tube, in which the bottom section of. Most barometer tubes are one of two types. "j-tube" or cistern tube. "j-tubes" were fitted into wheel or banjo type barometers where the reading is taken from a dial and indicator hand from the front of the instrument.
Cistern tubes were fitted into stick barometers and the reading was taken directly from the tube and a corresponding scale.
A barometer is a scientific instrument that is used to measure air pressure in a certain environment. Pressure tendency can forecast short term changes in the weather. Many measurements of air pressure are used within surface weather analysis to help find surface troughs, pressure systems and frontal boundaries.
Barometers and pressure altimeters (the most basic and common type of altimeter. Overall, this book is enjoyable by people who like this many pictures, just to see what the barometers looked like in general, and for people just wanting to understand more about mercury barometers.
For those who want to know more about every single one shown, you would be a bit dis- satisfied with the way this book is written. Barometer Rising by Hugh MacLennan Five out of Five Stars. My Completely Spoiler Free Review: This is the Halifax Explosion book I’ve been looking for all my life.
Of course, it would make sense that it would be from a man who lived through it. Cistern barometer definition, a mercury barometer in which the lower mercury surface has a greater area than the upper. See more.BOXWOOD CISTERN (Cisterns, Barometer parts) BOXWOOD CISTERN for stick barometers.
( ) Supplied complete with leather diaphragm. Diameter 45mm. Height of cistern 50mm. 15mm internal hole. The cistern is in two parts that screw together. DIAPHRAGM LEATHER: 6inchsquare min. ( ) Sizes may vary.Cistern and "J" tubes.
Cistern tubes are fitted in stick type barometers in which the reading is taken directly from the visible column of mercury backed by a scale.
"J" tubes are fitted inside wheel or banjo type barometers where the reading is taken using a dial and indicator hand.