By Ernest Shannon, D.E. Winterbone, D.E. Winterbone, Keith Moore
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In practical terms, this allowed Russell to devise a wave-line system for the design and construction of ships which would revolutionise naval architecture. ) earned him the Gold Medal of the Royal Society of Edinburgh. More importantly, vessels were built to his specifications: these were initially small iron steamers such as the Wave, but the years 1839-1840 saw the launch of larger ocean-going ships, the Flambeau and Fire-King. Eventually, Russell's ideas were used in the design of a fleet of transatlantic Royal Mail ships, plying the West Indies route.
14 wire gauge thickness. The span is 50 feet, the roofs being supported upon lattice girders of an average length of 45 feet. The position of the columns is shown on the ground plan, Fig. 11, Plate 123; and it will be observed that the entire mill floor is free from obstruction. The flooring will be of cast iron plates 1 inch thick. 41 DOWLAIS IRONWORKS ENGINES. 115 It has long been felt that the power of rolling wrought iron of large section and great lengths has not kept pace with the requirements of engineers, who are hampered in their designs by the impossibility of obtaining iron of sufficient dimensions.
The plot of land being bounded on the south by the Railway, on the east by the Peak Forest and Macclesfield Canal (also belonging to this 29 LOCOMOTIVE WORKSHOPS. 28 Company), and on the north adjacent to the Manchester and Ashtonunder-Lyne highroad. The Reservoirs are calculated to hold a month's consumption of water, and are supplied from the adjoining Canal, the water passing through filter beds in its course from the Canal to the Reservoirs. These Reservoirs from their elevated position supply the water directly into the Tenders upon the Railway and throughout the Workshops, their position being sufficiently high to do this, and the Canal high enough to supply the Reservoirs.
An Engineering Archive by Ernest Shannon, D.E. Winterbone, D.E. Winterbone, Keith Moore