By Herman Haeder
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Figs. 106 and Figs. 166, 167 piece ; figs. 168, lof. show a form Figs. 168 and 169. of crank with balance weight in one a form much used in 169, a slotted-out crank DETAILS" OF STEAM ENGINES. " " undertype and other engines where it is desirable to save room in the width of the engine, this form being narrower than the common form of bent crank, which is almost exclusively used on portable In the fig. 169 the engines, fig. 170. slotted crank is shown with the sides shaped off concentric with the shaft and pin respectively at the two ends, but it is usual to turn these ends in the lathe on a centre, midway between the crank pin and shaft centres.
103 wrought-iron stay bar in front, and both crank shaft bearings on one bed thus making the engine self-contained. Figs. Figs. 106 106109. 109 show a frame of the marine type modified for contained vertical land engines. self- CRANK SHAFT BEARINGS. 87 Crank Shaft Bearings. Fig. 110. Fig. 112. Fig. 111. Fig. 115. Fig. 114. Fig. 119. Fig. 113 Figs. Bearings with brasses in two 110113. Figs. 114 116. Figs. 117 123. Fig. 113. i>arts for small engines. Bearings witli brasses in three parts for medium-sized engines.
Bed-plate Frames of U-form section TABLE Engine. 1. 19 Fig. 52. ; an old type, but still used for large engines. Dimensions of the above Frames. DETAILS OF STEAM ENGINES. 20 ' -f FRAMES FOR SMALL ENGINES. 21 DETAILS OF STEAM ENGINES. 22 Frames for Medium and Large Engines. The bed plate frame as in page 19, fig. 51, was formerly largely used but now lias given place to the more modern types given below ; it has the advantage of taking firm hold of the foundation and still much used for winding engines of large Figs.
A Handbook On the Steam Engine: With Special Reference to Small and Medium-Sized Engines ; for the Use of Engine Makers, Mechanical Draughtsmen, Engineering Students, and Users of Steam Power by Herman Haeder