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Primary Creator: Benjamin, Charles Henry (1856-)
Extent: 4.0 Folders
Forms of Material: Articles
Access Restrictions: This collection is open for research.
Preferred Citation: MSF 31, Charles H. Benjamin papers, Archives and Special Collections, Purdue University Libraries
One folder, containing 8 articles and one little folder, entitled "Southern Sketches", by Charles H. Benjamin.
The Bursting Of Emery Wheels, presented at the Saratoga meeting (June, 1903) of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Published in The Daily Railway Age, June 26, 1903.
Flat Spots On Car Wheels, by Prof. Chas. H. Benjamin, Dean Of The Schools Of Engineering and Director Of The Engineering Laboratory, Purdue University, Lafayette, Ind.
A Series of Tests on a White Steam Car To Determine Horse-power Output in Terms of Engine Rating and Economy at Different Speeds and Loads, Results Presented Graphically, by C. H. Benjamin and G. A. Young. Reprint from American Machinist, June, 1909. [2 copies]
The Study Of English, by Charles H. Benjamin, Dean of the School of Engineering, Purdue University. from The Western Intercollegiate Magazine, October, 1909.
Locomotive Headlights, from Proceedings of Western Railway Club, pp. 323-361, April, 1910.
Locomotive Headlights, Advance copy of the above paper, Locomotive Performance Under Different Degrees Of Superheated Steam, individual paper by C. H. Benjamin, Dean of the Schools of Engineering and Louis E. Endsley, Associate Professor of Railway Mechanical Engineering, Purdue University, Lafayette, Ind. Advance copy - subject to revision, American Railway Master Mechanics' Association, 1910
The Engineering Graduate and the World, by Charles H. Benjamin, from Engineering News, Vol. 67, No. 23, 1912.