Agricola, Georg, De re metallica Libri XII, Quibus Officia, Instrumenta, Machinae, ac omnia ..., 1556

Table of figures

< >
[141. Figure]
[142. Figure]
[143. Figure]
[144. Figure]
[145. Figure]
[146. Figure]
[147. Figure]
[148. Figure]
[149. Figure]
[150. Figure]
[151. Figure]
[152. Figure]
[153. Figure]
[154. Figure]
[155. Figure]
[156. Figure]
[157. Figure]
[158. Figure]
[159. Figure]
[160. Figure]
[161. Figure]
[162. Figure]
[163. Figure]
[164. Figure]
[165. Figure]
[166. Figure]
[167. Figure]
[168. Figure]
[169. Figure]
[170. Figure]
< >
page |< < of 599 > >|
aliquantum recludit, ut ea catenæ ductariæ pars cum bulga inani rurſus in
puteum demittatur: deinde totum reſerat.
Itaque cùm iam pars catenæ ad ta
bulatum tracta rurſum circumuoluta, tympano etiam ipſa demiſſa fuerit in
puteum, extrahit uncum alterius harpagonis grandem, qui eum annulo ca-
tenæ implicauit.
At quintus iuxta lacunam in foſſa quadam latente conſiſtit:
ne, ſi contingat ut annulo dirupto pars catenæ aut aliud quiddam decidat,
lædatur: is batillo ligneo & bulgam regit et aquas in eam ingerit, ſi ſua ſpon
te ipſas non hauſerit.
Quoniam uerò nunc in ſupremam cuiuſque bulgæ par
tem inſuunt circulum ferreum ut ſemper pateat, & in lacunam immiſſa per
ſe ipſa hauriat aquas, non opus eſt ullo bulgarum gubernatore.
Præterea
quia his temporibus eorum, qui in tabulato conſiſtunt, alter bulgam effun-
dit, alter uectibus demiſsis oſtia caſtelli occludit, aut ſurſum tractis reſerat:
idem uncum alterius harpagonis grandem annulo catenæ ſolet inijcere: quo-
modo tres tantum in hac machina regenda operas dant.
Quinetiam quia in-
terdum is, qui effundit bulgam, priorem harpagonei.
ſubleuatum alteri tym
pano imprimens rotam ſiſtit, duo omnem laborem ſibi ſumunt.
Castellum A. Canalis B. Vectes C D. Canales ſub
oſtijs E F. Pinnæ duplices G H. Axis I. Tympa-
num maius K. Catena ductaria L. Bulga M. Locus
lamentum penſile N. Rector machinæ O.
Viri effundentes bulgas P Q.

Text layer

  • Dictionary

Text normalization

  • Original

Search


  • Exact
  • All forms
  • Fulltext index
  • Morphological index