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by Benjamin C. Garrett, John Hart
See also OPERATION STEEL BOX. OPERATION SHIPBOARD HAZARD AND DEFENSE. See PRO— J ECT 112. OPERATION SHOCKER. A disinformation program reportedly operated by the United States against the Soviet Union during ...
by V&S Publishers' Editorial Board
Target box The targeting systems in Proton-East and Proton-Centre are placed inside a steel box. Each box contains five sets of parallel rails. Components, which may be as simple as a block of steel or as complicated as a set of magnets, are mounted on steel plates (drawers) which slide along the rails on bearings. Target train A series of magnets, targets, collimators, and diagnostic equipment placed on small railroad flatcars. Temporary setups for one experiment can be built on one ...
Such a container may be a simple steel box, a steel frame holding a round tank, or any other entity meeting the standard dimensions for size, strength, position of fasteners, etc. Multiples and a 10 ft half unit (actually the pioneer size) exist, reckoned proportionally to the twenty-foot unit for relevant statistics. (A height other than 8 ft is also allowed.) twenty-twenty Now a general phrase indicating perfection. 297 tyre size medicine (correctly twenty/twenty) The representational figure for.
Charging Box—A steel box built to carry materials for open hearth furnaces. The body is of steel plate, the end which receives the ram of the charging machine is a steel casting recessed to receive the T end of the ram. Charging Machines— Charging machines as applied to steel manufacture may be divided broadly into two ...
by GEORGE RIPLEY AND CHARLES A. DANA
a <z, cylindrical steel box ; b b, cover ; c, steel piston rod ; <Z, steel ...
by P. Ransome-Wallis
Cast—steel box for inside journals. the width of the spring-base but it is not now used for driving and coupled axles except in the case of some narrow-gauge locomotives. Axle-boxes may be of solid bronze or gunmetal but the general practice is to use a cast steel body with a pressed-in brass. Ball— and roller- bearing axle-boxes have had a considerable application in recent years and in some instances have run over 2,000,000 miles. They have various advantages, among which ...
by George L. Fowler
A cast or malleable iron or cast steel box or case which encloses the journal of a truck axl 10 journal bearing and key, and which holds the packing for lubricating the journal. Also called axle box, grease box. housing box. oil box and pedestal box, or simply box. British, usually axle box. The A. R. M. M. A. standard journal boxes and contained parts are shown in Figs. 47974877. See Driving Box. Journal Box, Bearing and Pedestal. At the convention of the American Railway Master ...
Locomotive dictionary (1906)
an illustrated vocabulary of terms which designate American railroad locomotives their parts attachments and details of construction with definitions and illustrations of typical British locomotive practice by American Railway Master Mechanics' Association
A cast or malleable iron or cast steel box or case which encloses the journal of a truck axl ic journal bearing and key, and which holds the packing for lubricating the journal. Also called axle box, grease box. housing box. oil box and pedestal box, or simply box. British, usually axle box. The A. R. M. M. A. standard journal boxes and contained parts are shown in Figs. 4797- 4877. Sec Driving Box. Journal Box, Bearing and Pedestal. At the convention of the American Railway Master ...
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