Product images of Hydraulic engines with various entertaining experiments
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Hydraulic engines with various entertaining experiments
See system of Hydrostatics & Hydraulics. Figure 27 is Halley's Bell. (Diving 16). Diagrams showing hydraulic engines including the diving bell. Diving bells are helmets worn by divers. Early bells included cauldrons and buckets.
Original size: 389 mm x 239 mm
- Image reference: PX8307
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London