The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 50
Mining.—Ventilation, Natural and Artificial; Measurement of Ventilation and Work done by Ventilators.page 43
Accidents—Fires in Mines, etc.
Mechanical Preparation of Ores; Stamps, Mills, Separators, Jigging Machines, etc.; Washing and Dressing of Coal, etc.
General Management of Mines, etc.
Engineering.—Prime Movers; Study of Water-wheels and Turbines; Steam Engines and Boilers; Designs and Estimates.
Chemistry.—Quantitative Analysis of Ores, Coals, Fire Clays, Pig Iron, Slags, etc.
Assaying.—Lectures and Laboratory Practice, Ores of Lead, Silver. Gold. Tin, Antimony. Copper, Nickel, Cobalt, Gold and Silver Bullion.
Economic Geology.—Occurrence and Distribution of Ores; Iron, Lead, Copper, etc.; Character, Uses and Distribution of Coal, Lignite, Peat, Petroleum, Salt, Clays, Building Stones, Fertilizers, etc.
Metallurgy.—Copper: Swedish, English and Mixed Methods; Extraction by Wet Way.
Zinc—English, Belgian and Silesian Processes; Manufacture of Oxide.
Lead—Description of Various Processes; Extraction of Silver from Lead; Pattisonage; Zinc Method; Cupellation.
Silver—Amalgamation; Smelting; Extraction by Wet Way.
Gold—Washing; Amalgamation; Smelting; Extraction by Wet Way.
Tin—Preparation of Ores; German and Cornish Methods of Extraction.
Metallurgy of Platinum, Aluminum, Mercury, Arsenic, Antimony. Bismuth, Nickel. Cobalt.
Examination of Metallurgical Works.
Blowpipe Analysis.—Quantitative; Lectures and Laboratory Practice; Assay of Ores of Gold. Silver, Lead, Copper, etc.
Mechanics.—Rankine's Applied Mechanics; Stress. Kinematics, Mechanism, Dynamics.
Drawing.—Machines, Furnaces, Mines, etc.
Projects.—Plans for the Establishment and working of Mines and Smelting Works, under given conditions, with drawings, Estimates and Written Memoirs.page 44
Shop-work.—Work in the Machine Shop.
Graduation Thesis *
* *See Special Announcement on page 50.