Collection consists of two bound volumes of mechanical engineering laboratory reports written by Hartung while he was a student at Cornell University.
Three volumes of laboratory notes compiled by Starr while a student at Sibley College, Cornell University. The tests written about in the notebooks related to engines, steam, tensile strength of cast iron, lubricants, and other subjects. The notebooks contain notes, charts and graphs, and cyanotypes.
The collection contains papers assembled by Anders K. Bak, a Danish mechanical engineer and employee of the Detroit Edison Power Company. The papers include personal correspondence concerning the American Society of Mechanical Engineers; papers on the Parsons Steam Turbine; papers and blueprints on work done at the Barton Power Station in Manchester, England; and Detroit Edison Company background material, blueprints, articles, power plant test reports, information and data.
Technical papers, notes, and publications which reflect DeJuhasz's career as a mechanical engineer, inventor, and professor and particularly his interest in development of diesel engines, engineering instruments, and his invention of the engine indicator for measuring cylinder pressures.
Collection documents the location and existence of bridges for several of the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway lines.
Primarily printed materials relating to power plants and boilers in the city of New York: articles and reprints, technical journals, trade literature, notes, reports, charts, and graphs, and test data; also publications containing descriptions and specifications on individual power stations in New York.
This collection consists of technical papers, tables, charts, photographs and other information on tests of the physical, and chemical properties of metals, as determined by various cutting and other processes.
The papers document the professional career of mechanical engineer, Charles Richardson Pratt. The papers include correspondence, patents, patent application materials, agreements, photographs, publications, and blueprints for many of Pratt's inventions, especially his work on elevators.
This accession consists of the records of Robert M. Vogel, Curator, which document planning, development and production activities for "1876: A Centennial Exhibition" at the Arts and Industries Building, particularly in regard to the Ingersoll-Rand Company rock drill and Cameron steam pump platforms, and for the refrigeration section of t...
This accession includes the correspondence of William E. Worthington, Jr., Museum Specialist, with museums, professional organizations, colleagues, and individuals documenting the history of mechanical and civil engineering. Earlier correspondence dates back to when the Division of the History of Technology was known, respectively, as the...