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4-6-2 - Wikipedia

The Class 16E had a Watson Standard no. 3A boiler and, at 9 feet 3 inches (2.819 metres) above rail level, its boiler centre-line was the highest-pitched on the SAR. This and the limitations of the loading gauge made it impossible to install a normal steam dome and its place was taken by an inspection man-hole.

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4-6-2 - Wikipedia

The Class 16E had a Watson Standard no. 3A boiler and, at 9 feet 3 inches (2.819 metres) above rail level, its boiler centre-line was the highest-pitched on the SAR. This and the limitations of the loading gauge made it impossible to install a normal steam dome and its place was taken by an inspection man-hole.

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Railway Nameplates Steam Auction Results - GW Railwayana

Ex GWR Churchward Liming Saint Class Locomotive number 2921 built Swindon September 1907. Half-cone boiler fitted January 1910, superheated January 1912, reverted to full-cone boiler March 1913, half-cone boiler fitted February 1915 and then reverted back to full-cone boiler December 1916.

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Railway Nameplates Steam Auction Results - GW Railwayana

Ex GWR Churchward Kefid Saint Class Locomotive number 2921 built Swindon September 1907. Half-cone boiler fitted January 1910, superheated January 1912, reverted to full-cone boiler March 1913, half-cone boiler fitted February 1915 and then reverted back to full-cone boiler December 1916.

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Engineering Handbook For Hazardous Waste Incineration

The off-gas at a rate of 66,000 Nm3/h leaves the afterburner chamber at a temperature of 1000°C. Heat is recovered in a steam boiler. The gases leave the boiler at 270°C. Steam is generated at 25 atm and superheated to 250°C at a rate of 34 t/h. A steam turbine generates electric power at the rate of 1320 kw/h consuming 22 t/h steam.

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Engineering Handbook For Hazardous Waste Incineration

The off-gas at a rate of 66,000 Nm3/h leaves the afterburner chamber at a temperature of 1000°C. Heat is recovered in a steam boiler. The gases leave the boiler at 270°C. Steam is generated at 25 atm and superheated to 250°C at a rate of 34 t/h. A steam turbine generates electric power at the rate of 1320 kw/h consuming 22 t/h steam.

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