An Engineering Archive by Ernest Shannon, D.E. Winterbone, D.E. Winterbone, Keith

By Ernest Shannon, D.E. Winterbone, D.E. Winterbone, Keith Moore

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Under the steam cylinder C there are about 75 tons of cast iron framing G, and 10,000 cubic feet of limestone walling in large blocks, some of them weighing several tons each. 39 DOWLAIS IRONWORKS ENGINES. 113 The beam H is cast in two parts of about161/2tons each, the total weight upon the beam gudgeons being 44 tons; it is 40 feet 1 inch long from outside centre to outside centre, and is connected to the crank on the flywheel shaft I by an oaken connecting rod K strengthened from end to end by wrought iron straps.

His contributions to the understanding of his profession were of like proportions. Menelaus founded the South Wales Institute of Engineers at Merthr in 1857, and was similarly instrumental in the establishment in 1869 of the Iron and Steel Institute, becoming its President in 1875-6. 37 112 DOWLAIS IRONWORKS ENGINES. DESCRIPTION OF THE LARGE BLOWING ENGINE AND NEW ROLLING MILL AT DOWLAIS IRON WORKS. The large Blowing Engine and Rolling Mill forming the subjects of the present paper are remarkable particularly for their great size, the blowing engine being the largest of its class hitherto erected either in this country or abroad; and were designed with a view to turning out a large quantity of work with the greatest possible security from risk of failure or deficiency of the blast or of breakage of the machinery.

The arrangement of the lines into and in the works, with the four sidings running parallel with the railway outside, is shewn by the block plan, Plate 21. Mr. PEACOCK observed, they had never experienced the slightest difficulty with the turn-table in the rotunda, or the two lines, during the two years that they had been at work. There was no danger arising from a want of balance on the turn-table when only one line was loaded with an engine, because each line of rails was carried by an independent pair, of girders, supported by rollers, and joined together in the centre.

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