By ROBERT H. FERNALD and L. P. BRECKENRIDGE. STEAM PLANT. The accompanying table, showing the comparative results of burning the various coals under the boiler and in the gas producer, is of much interest and ... It is to be recollected that the steam generated by the boiler was used in a simple noncondensing engine of the Corliss type, whose aquot;water rateaquot; was 26.3 pounds of steam per hour per horsepower developed; that this engine was belted to the electric generator, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Preliminary Report on the Operations of the Coal-testing Plant of the United States Geological Survey at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis, Mo., 1904|
|Author||:||Edward Wheeler Parker|