The Westinghouse E-T Air Brake Instruction Pocket Book: A Complete Work Explaining in Detail the Improved Westinghouse Locomotive Air Brake Equipment, Including Both the No. 5 and the Latest, Perfected No. 6 Style
N. W. Henley Publishing Company, 1909 - 242 стор.
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action adjustment Air-Brake application chamber application cylinder application-cylinder atmosphere automatic brake automatic brake-valve becomes brake cylinder brake pipe brake-pipe pressure brake-valve handle branch broken cause cavity charge closed color complete connection contained Copyright COUPLINGS CUT-OUT COCK CYLINDER PRESSURE desired diagram difference discharge distributing valve double-heading duplex gauge E-T equipment effect emergency engine equalizing excess-pressure exhaust face feed valve FITTING flow force governor top graduating head Henley Publishing hose increase independent brake-valve indicated Lap Position latter leading leakage locomotive brake lower main-reservoir pressure moved necessary Norman operation permit pipe connecting piston placed port portion pounds pump governor REDUCING VALVE reference regulating release position reservoir result rotary valve rotary-valve seat running position safety valve seat showing shown signal slide valve spring steam stop STRAINER style supply tender tion train triple valve
Сторінка 245 - Instructor who knows just what is needed. It covers the subject thoroughly. Everything about the New Westinghouse Engine and Tender Brake Equipment, including the standard No. 5 and the Perfected No. 6 style of brake, is treated in detail. Written in plain English and profusely illustrated with Colored Plates, which enable one to trace the flow of pressures throughout the entire equipment. The best book ever published on the Air Brake. Equally good for the beginner and the advanced engineer. Will...
Сторінка 245 - Contains examination questions and answers on the ET equipment. Covering what the ET Brake is. How it should be operated. What to do when defective. Not a question can be asked of the engineman up for promotion, on either the No. 5 or the No. 6 ET equipment, that is not asked and answered in the book. If you want to thoroughly understand the ET equipment get a copy of this book. It covers every detail. Makes Air-Brake troubles and examinations easy.