By John Bourne
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90. _--Are all land boilers of the same construction as that which you have just described? _--No; many land boilers are now made of a cylindrical form, with one or two internal flues in which the furnace is placed. A boiler of this kind is represented in Figs. 4 and 5, and which is the species of boiler principally used in Cornwall. In this boiler a large internal cylinder or flue runs from end to end. In the fore part of this cylinder the furnace is placed, and behind the furnace a large tube filled with water extends to the end of the boiler.
The upper steam box B, is divided into three compartments by two valves. Above the upper steam valve V, is a compartment communicating with the steam pipe B. Below the lower valve E is another compartment communicating with a pipe called the eduction pipe, which leads downwards from the cylinder to the condenser, in which vessel the steam is condensed by a jet of cold water. By the valve V, a communication may be opened or closed between the boiler and the top of the cylinder, so as to permit or prevent a supply of steam from the one to pass to the other.
86. _--Is the performance of this course by the smoke universal in wagon boilers? _--No; such boilers sometimes have what is termed a split draught. The smoke and flame, when they reach the end of the boiler, pass in this case through an iron flue or tube, reaching from end to end of the boiler; and on arriving at the front of the boiler, the smoke splits or separates--one half passing through a flue on the one side of the boiler, and the other half passing through a flue on the other side of the boiler--both of these flues having their debouch in the chimney.
A catechism of the steam engine in its various applications to mines, mills, steam navigation, railways, and agriculture. With practical instructions for the manufacture and management of engines of every class by John Bourne