The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 50
II.—Course in Mechanical Engineering. — Junior Year. — First Term
II.—Course in Mechanical Engineering.
Mathematics.—Differential Calculus and Applications.
Descriptive Geometry.—Perspective. Applications to Masonry, Carpentry, and Machinery.
Mechanical Engineering.—Rankine's Applied Mechanics, Part II.; Principles of Mechanism; Rankine's Machinery and Mill Work; Haupt's Engineering Specifications and Contracts.
Mechanics.—Graphical and Analytical Statics.
Practical Chemistry.—Qualitative Analysis.
Shop-Work.—Testing Strength of Wood and Iron; Work in the Blacksmith Shop; Practical Stone-Cutting; Construction of Arches, etc.;
Drawing.—Machinery and Models.