Image from web page 302 of “Electrical news and engineering” (1891)

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Image from web page 302 of “Electrical news and engineering” (1891)
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Identifier: electricalnewsen28donm
Title: Electrical news and engineering
Year: 1891 (1890s)
Subjects: Electrical engineering
Publisher: Don Mills, Ont. [etc.] Southam-Maclean Publications
Contributing Library: Engineering – University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto

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base is of Monson slate locking device to avoid switchfrom being closed blades of 98$ pure copper created tomake .mi, get in touch with snap catch with bole for padlock extraheavy cast iron deal with robust verify preventing strain onswatch when operating. All Devoe security switches an e:amined and labelled beneath path of the HydroelectricPower Commission of Ontario. In connection with the reconstruction of the plant oithe Saguenaj Light &amp Energy Co., Ha! Ha! Bay, P.Q., the order for the turbine has been awarded to the S. MorganSmith Co., York. Pa. The unit is 800 h.p., the wheel beingof the single horizontal sort, one hundred r.p.m., functioning undei a .- i head. It is to he direct connected to the generator, and will replace an obsolete turbine. This energy, in No. 2 p w e rcurrent wphite Co.1, ngtfi hi nisiill b and ol stl will be in parallel with No. I power, and theuse at the mill of Hal Hal Baj Snlu li.n i terminals. The order involves api nstoi I. to, it thplait by the out l lb. Bellto t

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Image from web page 597 of “Electric railway evaluation” (1906)
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Identifier: electricrailwayr18amer
Title: Electric railway assessment
Year: 1906 (1900s)
Authors: American Street and Interurban Railway Association
Subjects: Street-railroads Electric railroads
Publisher: Chicago : Wilson Co
Contributing Library: Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh
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o be sensible mechanically up to the limitsset by the generators to which the turbines are connected.Appreciating this, some producers are voluntarily incur-ring the expense of building new requirements. Issues Overcome. Each and every variety of turbine had its inherent difficulties to beovercome ahead of the specifications of commercial operationcould be met satisfactorily. In the reaction, or Parsons-sort,an critical supply of loss in efficiency is the steam leakingpast the ends of the blades without carrying out work. It is desir-capable, therefore, to lessen this loss to a minimum. The quan-tity of steam hence lost past a ring of blades depends uponthe peripheral length of the ring, the percentage that theclearance is of the length of the blades in the ring, and theclearance at the ends of the blades. Certainly, then, leak-age will be greatest more than the shortest blades. The impact ofspeed upon economy, here, is self-evident. Improve of speedand consequent lower In rotor- and cylinder-diameterB

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Miss Madison
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Miss Madison

Hull Specifications

Unlimited Hydroplane (U-6)

Dale Van Weiringen, Rick Bowles, Mike Hanson, Larry Hanson, Madison crew

Length: 30 ft.
Width: 14′ 5&quot
Weight: 6775 pounds

Gearbox: 50% reduction
Fuel: 60 gallons / Jet A

13-eight-MO Stainless / three Blade – 26&quot Pitch – 16&quot Diameter (pitch will differ)

Building Material:
Composite supplies (Honeycomb aluminum, Fiberglass, carbon fiber )

The Lycoming T-55 L-7 engine is a shaft turbine, rated at 2,650 horsepower at the output shaft. This engine was utilised in the Vietnam era by the twin engine Chinook Helicopter.
Manufacturer: Avco Lycoming Output Shaft: 15,300 RPM Compressor Ratio: 7:1
Weight: 600 pounds Oil Capacity: 5 gallons

Cockpit style:
The Madison Racing hydroplane utilizes a canopy from an F-16 jet fighter to safeguard the driver. The canopy is attached to a roll cage, which is bolted to a typical core cockpit. The driver sits in a form fitted seat using a 5-point harness to hold him in the seat. He also is supplied with compressed air and oxygen mask to facilitate breathing must the cockpit fill with water.

Miss Madison Racing Hulls
(1961 – present)

U-six Miss Madison (1st)
1961 – 1963
(Former U-79 Nitrogen)

U-6 Miss Madison (2nd) **
1963 – 1971
(Former U-79-two Nitrogen Too)

U-six Miss Madison (3rd)
1972 – 1977
U-six Miss Madison (4th) ***
1978 – 1988
(Former U-25 &amp U-1 Pay ‘n Pak
&amp U-76 Atlas Van Lines)

U-six Miss Madison (5th)

U-6 Miss Madison (6th) *

U-six Miss Madison/Oh Boy! Oberto

* When the new Miss Madison crashed at San Diego in 1988, the Miss Madison group leased the U-three Risley’s hull from owners Ed Cooper, Sr., and Ed Cooper, Jr., for the final race of the year in Las Vegas. The U-three was officially the U-six Miss Madison at this 1 occasion.
Miss Madison Power Plants

Allison V-12: 1961 – 1990

Lycoming Turbine: 1991 – present