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Information on the Triple and Quadruple Expansion Engines in the late 1800s/early 1900s and their corresponding boilers?

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Hey, I'm looking for information on these types of engines and their corresponding boilers, very specific information if possible (years 1890 - 1918). Information like: Boiler weight, TEE or QEE weight, boiler pressure (psi), SHP, etc, etc. 

 

Can anyone give a book or source of information on this?

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16 hours ago, Sovereigndawg said:

Um, cool schematics but not a source that identifies boiler/TEE QEE combos and their specific pressures and weights. 

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Hi, that information It is found in a book called "steam at sea" There are a lot of other info as well such as, drawings and photos. etc. in that book. I assume you like historic engines on ships, I have a few 1,000 or so drawings and photos of old marine steam engines. If you would like I would be happy to share some with you. I am attaching a drawing of a 1891 warship engine. Enjoy - Tom

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