Cool Mechanical Engineering China images

A handful of nice mechanical engineering china images I located:

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Jeffrey M. Drazen, Editor-in-Chief, The New England Journal of Medicine, USA, Cao Xuetao, President, Chinese Academy of Health-related Sciences, People’s Republic of China, Katrine Bosley, Chief Executive Officer, Editas Medicine, USA and Lydia Sohn, Professor, Mechanical Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, USA at the World Economic Forum – Annual Meeting of the New Champions in Dalian, People’s Republic of China 2015. Copyright by World Economic Forum / Sikarin Fon Thanachaiary

Image from web page 82 of “Railway mechanical engineer” (1916)

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Identifier: railwaymechanica96newy
Title: Railway mechanical engineer
Year: 1916 (1910s)
Subjects: Railroad engineering Engineering Railroads Railroad automobiles
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Simmons-Boardman Pub. Co
Contributing Library: Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh
Digitizing Sponsor: Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation

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83 83 1,949 1916 1,732 70 1,802 37 37 1,839 1917 1,924 31 1,955 45 45 two,000 1918 1,480 92 1,572 1 1 1,503 1919 306 85 391 160 160 551 1920 1.272 168 1,440 ■Includes Canadian output. ■i^Consists of Canadian output and equipment constructed in business shops. vehicle list only Ijecause they will presumably be operated in pas-senger trains. South America and China have been the biggest foreign buy-ers. The Argentine Government ordered 53, the ChileanState Railways ordered ten, and railways in Colombia, 28.The Tientsin-Pukow of China gave us an order for 45. Itis noteworthy that in the case of the Chilean and Tientsin-Pukow automobiles, all-steel construction was specified. Of the Total of 1,739 passenger automobiles owned by the Pacificsystem of the Southern Pacific, 890 are all-steel, 812 are woodand 37 are of steel underframe construction. The very first steelcoach, constructed as an experiment, was completed in the Sacramentashops of the firm in 1906, and no wooden passenger carshave been constructed by the company given that 1910.

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The First Steam Turl^ine Locomotive THE first steam turbine locomotive actually constructedwas created in 1907 by Professor Belluzzo of theEcole Polytechnique, Milan, Italy, and given its mitialtrial run in 1908 at the performs of the Societe AnonymeOfficine Meccaniche, Milan. An old four-wheel regular gage switching locomotive wa.,emploved for the purposes of the test, the clinders and otherparts of the reciprocating engine getting removed and turbmesand npcessar manage mechanism substituted. This engmehad 47ii-in.driving wheels, a wheel base of 6 ft. six)4 in., aheating surface of 646 sq. ft. and carried a boiler pressureof 145 lb. per sq. in. The weight soon after conversion was 57,300 lb. . . J Four turbines were emploved, one turbine getting gearedto every enri of the two a.xles. Steam was admitted from theboiler to the fonvard turbine on the proper hand side, andafter passing through this turbine it was additional expandedthrough the rear turbine on the right hand side, then passedto the left

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