"The power plant tested for this Thesis is located at Lebanon, Missouri, on the St. Louis and San Francisco Railroad, and belongs to the City of Lebanon. The plant consists of two Brownell horizontal tubular boilers with a shell six feet by 18 feet, and each containing 70 four-inch tubes. The stack is 36 inches in diameter and at the time of the test, was broken off so that it was about 50 feet high. The boilers were fed by a steam pump, the water passing through a Cochrane heater. The engine equipment consists of one 10 by 12 inch Fleming-Harrisburg simple high speed engine directly connected to a 50 K.V.A.2400 volt alternator making 277 r.p.m one 12 inch by 13 inch Fleming-Harrisburg simple high speed engine directly connected to a 75 K.V.A.2400 volt alternator making 277 r.p.m two 7-1/2 K.W. exciters making 1100 r.p.m. and 125 volts, which with their belts are interchangeable, one marble with board containing all necessary electrical apparatus, and one compound Dunn Laidlow Gordon two stage air compressor connected to a centrifugal water pump"-- Introduction , page 4.
McRae, Austin Lee
Mining and Nuclear Engineering
B.S. in Mining Engineering
Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy
37 pages, 5 plates
© 1911 Roy Elliott Sprague, Germán García Lozano, and Shiv Raj, All rights reserved.
Thesis - Open Access
Lighting -- Missouri -- Lebanon
Municipal water supply
Water-supply -- Missouri -- Lebanon
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Link to Catalog Recordhttp://merlin.lib.umsystem.edu/record=b2609972~S5
Sprague, Roy Elliott; Lozano, Germán García; and Raj, Shiv, "A test of the municipal light and water plant of the City of Lebanon, Missouri" (1911). Bachelors Theses. 168.