Rules of the Steam Engine Makers" Society
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Rules of the Steam Engine Makers" Society as revised by the Revision Committee, June-July, 1914. by Steam Engine Makers" Society.

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Published by Co-operative Printing Society in Manchester .
Written in English

Book details:

The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 222p. ;
Number of Pages222
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17444627M

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The Steam Engine Makers' Society (SEM) was an early trade union representing engineers in the United Kingdom.. The union was founded in Liverpool in , and was able to meet openly in Manchester by , despite the Combination Act severely limiting the role of trade unions; it was one of a very few unions able to operate successfully at the time.. The union opposed Chartism, and Merged into: Amalgamated Engineering Union. than the steam engine itself. The water and steam run through a continuous cycl e of water boiled into steam, used in the engine, condensed back to water, and then pumped back into the boiler for reuse, a cycle first studied scientifically by the French engineer Sadi Carnot in , about a century after the first steam engines had been Size: 2MB. This site uses cookies I understand More information. University of Warwick Library Modern Records Centre. The Steam Engine Makers' Society (SEM) was a union of engineers founded in Liverpool in which expanded to limited national coverage in the late s. No conventional history of the SEM has been published and what we know of it comes from its own reports and .

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