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Scientific American Supplement, No. 530, February 27, 1886

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6. 5 in. 5. 1 in. Length of stroke............. L 11. 8 in. 9 in. 9. 8 in. Diameter of wheels........... D 31. 5 in. 27. 5 in. 29. 5 in. Pressure at which boiler is worked........... P 220 lb. 147 lb. 191 lb. (p(d^{2})l)/(2D)............. E 1, 210 lb. 1, 509 lb. 805 lb. Total heating surface........ S 105 sq. Ft. 105 sq. Ft. 64 sq. Ft. Grate surface................ G 2. 7 sq. Ft. 5. 4 sq. Ft. 3. 1 sq. Ft. Surface of condenser......... C 274. 482 s. Ft. None. 861. 120 s. Ft. Weight in running or...der (motor only)............... P' 15, 400 lb. 15, 400 lb. 9, 020 lb. Weight in running order (total).................... P" - - 15, 400 lb. Contents of water tank....... - 28. 24 cub. Ft. 13 cub. Ft. 4. 2 cub. Ft. Contents of coal bunks....... - 14. 12 cub. Ft. 12. 5 cub. Ft. 8. 5 cub. Ft. P'/E 12. 7 lb. 10. 2 lb. 11. 2 lb. P"/E - - 19. 125 lb. P'/S 146 147 140 P'/G 5, 722 2, 855 2, 889 C/S 2. 6 - 13. 4 C/G 102 - 275 The air, after being forced through the first pump cylinder, passedsuccessively through the other three, the diameters of which were ofproportionately decreasing sizes, viz.

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