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Hydraulic Motors
by Irving P. Church
ISBN:326 pages   5.5x8.5 inches [size]

Filled with every method of turning water into rotary horsepower. This book is not about the hydraulic power like what makes garbage trucks and construction equipment function. In this sense is we are talking about water power. It is incredible in its depth on water turbines and the whole variety of wheels that are in this field. It covers ALL of the paddle wheels, overshot, undershot, small, large, optimized and simple ones, from highly balanced water turbines to the most efficient Pelton wheels.


Hydraulic Engineering
by Gardner D. Hiscox M.E.
ISBN:340 pages   5.5x8.5 inches [size]

Everything to do with water throughout the hydrosphere of the planet! If you have a river or a stream or a lake or live near the ocean and you want to try to capture water power from it, then this book tells you how to measure, direct, funnel and flow your water. It covers the mathematics in detail and it backs up the math with illustrations.


Energy For Rural Development
by National Academy of Sciences
ISBN:570 pages   5.5x8.5 inches [size]

Focuses on small-scale energy technologies, not based on conventional fuels that are candidates for rural and village use in developing countries. The technologies that this book presents are capable of improving the quality of rural and village life in situations where conventional fuels and power systems have not yet penetrated or are too expensive to become a significant factor in the foreseeable future.