Journal of the Cleveland Engineering Society, Том 8

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The Society, 1916
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Стр. 131 - The coal should be placed on the thin places in rather thin layers. If the fireman attempts to fill up the deep hollows in the fuel bed at one firing, the freshly fired coal may fuse into a hard crust, thus choking the flow of air, causing the fuel to burn slowly and starting new high places. If the high places in the fuel bed are missed on one or two firings, the hard crust at the surface will gradually burn through or crack, thus allowing more air to flow through, and the place will get back to...
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