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Dimensions of Bearings 10. i 3| 3 1 4 1 11 u u 2* If If 4 H 2f 3J 3fr 5 13 ! 14 4 15 7 16 2i 139142). 1 1* 11 12 U (Figs. 1 4 10 Bearing with Brasses in Four Parts. 4 2 2 2 2* 4 3| 4 4i it it 3f 3| If If 4i 44 DETAILS OF STEAM ENGINES. CRANK SHAFT BEARINGS. ) l-H i-H l-H l-H r I CM CM co co co ^t 4h l-H I-H I l-H l-H CD 1^- ! > 1^* H< 00 CM O plOOOiM-^CDOOOCM g ^ DETAILS OF STEAM ENGINES. 46 Fig. 147 Figs. v an example of inclined main bearing for high speed rope pulley, and is arranged for water circulation.
82. Fig 81. for Girder 29 Frames (Figs. 7982). 80 DETAILS OF STEAM ENGINES. FRAMES FOR MEDIUM AND LARGE ENGINES. ft 6C 31 DETAILS OF STEAM ENGINES. 32 Frames for Horizontal Engines with more than One Cylinder. Figs. 87, 88 show a frame for a double cylinder engine with fly-wheel between the two cylinders. A very convenient and cheap type for small self-contained engines. The size of the fly-wheel is limited in this arrangement to about three and a half times the crank radius. Figs. 87 and 88. Fics.
Used for lining engine and other bearings, one of the first used was Babbit's metal, said to be composed All these alloys of 1 part copper, 10 parts tin, and 1 part antimony. of metals, differing much in their melting points, should be mixed with care, otherwise the easily fusible metals will volatilize, and un- Other standard metals used for satisfactory results will be obtained. engine brasses vary in their composition according to the judgment of the manufacturer, they usually are composed of copper and tin being the chief ingredients.