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Twentieth century hand-book for steam engineers and electricians, with questions and answers .. . figure 43. assuming the length of the short bar to be one-half thelength of the stroke, proceed as follows: Place the engine on the center with the crosshead atthe end of the stroke towards the crank. Then havingpreviously bored a hole for the pivot in one end of thependulum bar and in the other end a hole for connect-ing with the link, suspend the pendulum by a tem-porary pin, as a large wood screw, directly above and in 178 ENGINEERING line with the stud or bolt hole which has previouslybeen tap

Twentieth century hand-book for steam engineers and electricians, with questions and answers .. . figure 43. assuming the length of the short bar to be one-half thelength of the stroke, proceed as follows: Place the engine on the center with the crosshead atthe end of the stroke towards the crank. Then havingpreviously bored a hole for the pivot in one end of thependulum bar and in the other end a hole for connect-ing with the link, suspend the pendulum by a tem-porary pin, as a large wood screw, directly above and in 178 ENGINEERING line with the stud or bolt hole which has previouslybeen tap Stock Photo
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Twentieth century hand-book for steam engineers and electricians, with questions and answers .. . figure 43. assuming the length of the short bar to be one-half thelength of the stroke, proceed as follows: Place the engine on the center with the crosshead atthe end of the stroke towards the crank. Then havingpreviously bored a hole for the pivot in one end of thependulum bar and in the other end a hole for connect-ing with the link, suspend the pendulum by a tem-porary pin, as a large wood screw, directly above and in 178 ENGINEERING line with the stud or bolt hole which has previouslybeen tapped into the crosshead at any convenientpoint. The pendulum should be temporarily sus-pended at such a height that when it hangs perpendic-ular the hole in its lower end will line up accuratelywith the hole or stud in the crosshead. Now swingthe pendulum in either direction a distance equal tothe length of the link (one-half the stroke of the

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