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Henry Moseley

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Professor Henry Moseley (9 July 1801 – 20 January 1872) was an English churchman, mathematician, and scientist.

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Prof. Moseley's constant indicator for steam engines described and illustrated, followed by details of its construction and discussion on its use in investigating the performance of Cornish pumping engines[1]. William Pole was an assistant to Moseley in these investigations.

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  1. [1] The Practical Mechanic and Engineer's Magazine, Vol 1, 1842, p.454ff., 489ff., and various other entries