Reference numberMS/710/33
TitleLetter from John S Enys, Enys, to Robert Were Fox
Date30 January 1863
DescriptionBelieves that the use of hydraulic power using small pipes would require calculations as much as experiment. Recalls Fox's old story of a burst pipe [with integral sketch]. Notes John Scott Russell's work on lines of displacement. With a pencil and ink sketch of a railway station [?] and train passing over a bridge or viaduct.
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