By Herman Haeder
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98 is now used for small quick running engines, and has a wrought-iron stay bar brought from a lug on the cylinder down to the front of the base of the frame. * See " Zeitscbrif t der Verein deutsch. Ingenieur, 1888," page 226. i) 34 DETAILS OF STEAM ENGINES k- FRAMES FOR VERTICAL ENGINES. s 35 DETAILS OF STEAM ENGINES. 86 102 show a vertical engine frame of cast iron for large Figs. 100 engines of the marine type, the outer bearing is here on a separate bed outside the fly-wheel when used as a land engine.
Figs. TABLE 139142. 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.
124 and Figs. 12C 125. and 127. 127 show two different designs of bearings ; in one, Fig. Figs. 124 124, the adjusting wedge is difficult to fit in, and in fig. 126, if desirable to cover up the wedge at the sides, the flanges of the brasses require to be very deep. Fig. 128 shows the bearings of cast iron or cast steel lined with white metal. In large bearings the caps are often cored out to lighten them, as 129131 ; these shown figures in section in also figs. show two methods of adjusting the brasses endways or horizontally.
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