Hydraulic Fluid Power - A Historical Timeline
Lulu.com, 19.07.2014 - 136 Seiten
A light-hearted ramble through the history of hydraulic fluid power from its birth at the end of the 18th century up to the modern day. The book includes numerous illustrations, including the first hydraulic excavator and the virtual reality ship which could accommodate 700 passengers.
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Childhood to adolescence when everything is possible
Sir William Armstrong
The Great Exhibition
The Great Eastern
The Hydraulic Press
Sir George Dowty
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