Author:Clemens Herschel

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Clemens Herschel
(1842–1930)
American hydraulic and civil engineer, inventor of the Venturi meter
Clemens Herschel

Works[edit]

  • Continuous Revolving Drawbridges (1875) (IA)
  • "On the Erosive and Abrading Power of Water upon the Sides and the Bottom of Rivers and Canals" (1878)
  • "On the River and Harbor Bills of the United States" in Journal of the Association of Engineering Society (1885)
  • "On the Best Manner of Making Use of the Services of Experts in the Conduct of Judicial Inquiries" (1886)
  • (with Francis and Clarke) "Prevention of Floods in the Valley of Stony Brook" (1886)
  • The Science of Road Making (1890) (IA)
  • The Venturi Meter (1893) (IA)
  • "The Works of the East Jersey Water Company, for the Supply of Newark, New Jersey". Journal of the New England Water Works Association. 8: 19–39. (1893)
  • Frontinus and his II Book on the Water Supply of the City of Rome A.D. 97 (1894) (external scan)
  • Measuring Water (1895) (external scan)
  • 115 Experiments on the Carrying Capacity of Large, Riveted, Metal Conduits, up to Six Feet per Second of Velocity of Flow (1897) (IA)
  • (tr.) The Two Books on the Water Supply of the City of Rome of Sextus Julius Frontinus by Frontinus (1899) (HathiTrust)
  • The Venturi Water Meter: And the First Twenty Years of Its Existence (1907) (external scan)
  • (tr. with Bennett) Frontinus: The Strategems and The Aqueducts of Rome by Frontinus edited by McElwain in Loeb Classical Library (1925) (IA)
  • "Water Supply and Main Drainage Districts". Journal of the American Water Works Association. 16 (5): 531–541 (1926)

Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1926.


The author died in 1930, so works by this author are also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 80 years or less. Works by this author may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.