Locomotive boiler

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a boiler which contains an inclosed fire box and a large number of small flues leading to the chimney.

See also: Boiler

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Ruling on the defendants' motions to dismiss and for judgment on the pleadings for failure to state a claim, the district court rejected Ward's claims by holding that another federal law, the Locomotive Boiler Inspection Act (LIA), 49 U.S.C.
When the 1952 edition of the ASME Locomotive Boiler Code--Section 111 of the Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code--was issued, it was the last formal Code acknowledgement of steam locomotive construction.
Some little while after the wreck, I was in the car that was being used as a hospital car and I saw a man I had known quite well, but that day I didn't recognize him at all because he had been in the head coach and had been literally cooked alive by the steam of the exploding locomotive boiler. He did not survive.
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Part II discusses the development of the FELA and its associated acts, the Safety Appliance Act, md the Locomotive Boiler Inspection Act.
Following a request from locomotive boiler stakeholders, BPV I formed the Subgroup on Locomotive Boilers in February 2010.
Garnett also states that the tubes should be removed from locomotive boilers at the 10-year examination.
Fred began working at Lampton, Hetton and Joicey Railway Division as a young man and was based at the Philadelphia Workshop in Houghton-le-Spring as a boiler washer, where he was responsible for removing the asbestos bricks which lined the locomotive boilers and cleaning the asbestos debris with a high pressure hose.
Locomotive boilers will normally require removal from the locomotive frames.
The nuclear Code, Williams wrote, took the name Section III, because that had once designated a section of the Code for locomotive boilers, and as he put it, that section "had become defunct."