| 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... | |
| 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... | |
| 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... | |
| 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... | |
| 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... | |
| 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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