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" ... will bring the edge / of the valve to the edge of the port S, as shown at /,, so that any further movement to the right will admit steam to the cylinder. "
Valve-gears for Steam-engines - Page 6
by Cecil Hobart Peabody - 1906 - 142 pages
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The American Cyclopaedia: A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge, Volume 15

George Ripley, Charles Anderson Dana - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1876
...increased, and they are moved upon the shaft until they can be secured in new positions in which they bring the edge of the valve to the edge of the port opening as before, admitting steam at the beginning of the stroke. By this process, which is termed...
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International library of technology: a series of textbooks for ..., Volume 6

International Textbook Company - Agriculture - 1902
...closely to the ordinary D valve before described. A movement to the right of a distance equal to m will bring the edge / of the valve to the edge of the port 5, as shown at B, so that any further movement to the right will admit steam to the cylinder. But this...
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Strength of Materials ; Applied Mechanics ; Machine Design

Machine design - 1902 - 1446 pages
...give a quick and full opening of the port with a small travel of the valve. of a distance equal to m will bring the edge / of the valve to the edge of the port S, as shown at /,, so that any further movement to the right will admit steam to the cylinder. But...
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