The Traction Engine

The Traction Engine

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Developed in the late 1850s, the traction engine revolutionized the agriculture industry. James H. Maggard, an authority on steam power, wrote The Traction Engine for the Airough and tumble engineersAi tasked with operating these machines in the field. That was not an altogether easy task, even for a seasoned professional. Breakdowns, boiler explosions, and injury could result, if one was inattentive. This reprint of the 1900 edition of the book features expanded chapters on the subject of threshing machines and the new internal combustion engine models.The locomotive engineers liave a long time ago recognized this, and today nearly every locomotive is therefore furnished with two engines. To illustrate this the following two diagrams have been prepared. Refering to Fig. 28, which representsanbsp;...


Title:The Traction Engine
Author: James H. Maggard
Publisher:Lulu.com - 2008-09
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