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" Its center then is found on a line at right angles to the crank arm. The angular advance becomes equal to zero, and hence, so far as the link will be concerned, the valve can have neither lap nor lead. The link oscillates freely about a fixed axis, and... "
The locomotive catechism: containing nearly 1,300 questions and answers ... - Page 151
by Robert Grimshaw - 1893 - 362 pages
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the practical application of the slide valve and link motion

william s. auchincloss - 1869
...the link will be concerned, the valve can have neither lap nor lead. The link oscillates freely about a fixed axis, and its arc has a radius equal to the length of the radius rod. This rod is moved from one full gear to the other, in the usual manner, by...
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The practical application of the slide valve and link motion to stationary ...

William Stuart Auchincloss - Locomotives - 1870 - 170 pages
...the link will be concerned, the valve can have neither lap nor lead. The link oscillates freely about a fixed axis, and its arc has a radius equal to the length of the radius rod. This rod is moved from one full gear to the other, in the usual manner, by...
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The locomotive up to date

Charles McShane - Locomotives - 1899 - 711 pages
...the link will be concerned, the valve can have neither lap nor lead. The link oscillates freely about a fixed axis, and its arc has a radius equal to the length of the radius rod. This rod is moved from one mil gear to the other, in the usual manner, by...
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Locomotive Catechism: A Practical and Complete Work on the Locomotive ...

Robert Grimshaw - Locomotives - 1911 - 817 pages
...crank from the main crank pin as shown in Fig. 170, with its center at right angles to the crank arm. The link swings from a fixed axis, and its arc has...aid of which the eccentric and crosshead motions are so combined that the crosshead motion gives the angular advance which the eccentric would not, and...
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Classic American Locomotives

Charles McShane - Transportation - 2003 - 728 pages
...the link will be concerned, the valve can have neither lap nor lead. The link oscillates freely about a fixed axis, and its arc has a radius equal to the length of the radius rod. This rod is moved from one mil gear to the other, in the usual manner, by...
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The Locomotive Up to Date: the Classic Reference for Steam Locomotive ...

Charles McShane - 2007 - 727 pages
...the link will be concerned, the valve can have neither lap nor lead. The link oscillates freely about a fixed axis, and its arc has a radius equal to the length of the radius rod. This rod is moved from one mil gear to the other, in^ the usual manner, by...
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Locomotive Firemen's Magazine, Volume 38

1905
...and so far as this part is concerned the valve has neither lap nor lead. The link oscillates about a fixed axis and its arc has a radius equal to the length of the radius rod. A short arm is bolted to the crosshead, and from its lower end extends a...
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