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Elliott Joseph Stoddard
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A compressed-air vehicle (CAV) is a transport mechanism fueled by tanks of pressurized atmospheric gas and propelled by the release and expansion of the gas within a Pneumatic motor. CAV's have found application in torpedoes, locomotives used in digging tunnels, and early prototype submarines

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Many compressed air engines improve the performance by heating the incoming air, or the engine itself. Some took this a stage further and burned the fuel in the cylinder or turbine, forming a type of internal combustion engine. As gases are compressible, the compressor also reduces the volume of a gas. Liquids are relatively incompressible, so the main action of a pump is to pressurize and transport liquids. Compressed air Piston range operates between . 5 kW to 420 kW (1hp to 563 hp) producing working pressure at . bar to 414 bar (21 to 6004psi).

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1903 Excerpt: ...the thickness of cylinder walls is t =, in which t, is the thickness of the cylinder in inches, p, the pressure per square inch, d, the diameter of the cylinder in inches, and f the working stress. We may take the maximum explosion pressure as 3.5 times the absolute pressure of compression, Pi, and we may take 3500 lbs. as the working stress for cast iron; substituting these values, we shall have, after reducing (20) t = J 2OOO For simplicity, we use the absolute pressures. This will provide for a greater margin of safety. If we take 10,500 Ibs. as the safe-working stress of wrought iron in tension, the smallest allowable cross-sectional area of the bolts holding the cylinder head may be calculated by the following equation: r«i.= P" 3000 n In which s is the cross-sectional area of the bolt in fraction of a square inch, Pi the pressure of compression, a, the area of the cylinder head exposed to the explosion pressure, and n the number of bolts. The bolts should usually, be larger than given by 21, to allow for the tension necessary to secure the joint. In designing a cylinder, care should be taken to avoid small cavities and passages open to the cylinder as they act to quench the charge and reduce the efficiency of the engine, and probably cause uuburned gasoline to be discharged with the exhaust. The utmost care should be taken to secure tight joints and fittings. AN EXAMPLE. The figure shown on the folder shows an engine designed for us by Mr. Henry P. Hart, a young engineer of Detroit of considerable experience. He has chosen the double opposed cylinder type, the cylinders being axially in line with each other. The two pistons are connected to cranks on the same shaft set at an angle of 180 to each other. The reciprocating parts are balanced an...