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ISNI: 
0000 0000 3241 6212
Name: 
Alexander Lyman Holley
Alexander Lyman Holley (American engineer)
Alexander Lyman Holley (Amerikaans ingenieur (1832-1882))
Alexander Lyman Holley (amerikansk ingeniør)
Alexander Lyman Holley (amerikansk ingenjör)
Alexander Lyman Holley (ingegnere statunitense)
Holley, Alexander Lyman
Dates: 
1832-1882
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Bien, Julius (1826-1909)
Fisher, J. K.
Smith, David ([from old catalog])
Smith, Lenox
Smith, William Sooy (1830-1916. [from old catalog])
Thurston, Robert Henry (1839-1903)
Tresca, Henri Édouard (1814-1885. [from old catalog])
United States. Board for testing iron, steel, and other metals. [from old catalog]
Young, Charles Frederic T.
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American and European railway practice in the economical generation of steam : including the materials and construction of coal-burning boilers, combustion, the variable blast, vaporization, circulation, superheating, supplying and heating feed-water, etc., and the adaptation of wood and coke-burning engines to coal-burning : and in permanent way, including road-bed, sleepers, rails, joint fastenings, street raliways, etc., etc.
economy of steam power on common roads ... with its history and practice in Great Britain, The
Memorial of Alexander Lyman Holley, C. E., LL. D., president of the American institute of mining engineers, vice-president of the American society of civil engineers, vice-president of the American society of mechanical engineers ...etc., etc. Born July 20, 1832. Died January 29, 1882.
permanent way and coal-burning locomotive boilers of European railways; with a comparison of the working economy of European and American lines, and the principles upon which improvement must proceed., The
Report of the United States board appointed to test iron, steel, and other metals.
treatise on ordnance and armor: embracing descriptions, discussions, and professional opinions concerning the material, fabrication, requirements, capabilities, and endurance of European and American guns for naval, sea-coast, and iron-clad warfare, and their rifling, projectiles and breech-loading. Also, results of experiments against armor, from official records. With an appendix, referring to gun-cotton, hooped guns, etc., etc., A
works of the Cambria Iron Company (Limited), The
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