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" ... of the road. To ascend steep parts of the road, and particularly when the carriage is used on railways, or to drag another behind it, greater friction will be required on the road than the two hind wheels will give, and there is therefore a contrivance... "
The Edinburgh Philosophical Journal - الصفحة 351
1825
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Mechanics' Magazine and Journal of Science, Arts, and Manufactures, المجلد 4

1825
...for causing the carriage to turn on the road, the centre of motion being thi> perch-pin, *J. ' . The fore and hind carriage are connected together by the...turn all the four wheels. This is done by the pair of mitre-wheels, 4, one being on the hind axle, and the other on the longitudinal shaft, 6, on which shaft...
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Mechanics Magazine, المجلد 4

1825
...the road, the ceutreof u ii it if in bring1 the p«rph-piti, "1.- •" i : . Vt STEAM-COACH. 437 The fore and hind carriage are connected together by the...turn all the four wheels. This is done by the pair of mitre-wheels, 4, one being on the hind axle, and the other on the longitudinal shaft, 6, on which shaft...
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Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel ..., المجلد 4

Perry Fairfax Nursey - 1825
...perch-pin, *I. The fore and hind carriage are connected together by the perch, 5, which is bolted fast atone end by the fork, as seen at fig. 2, and at the other...turn all the four wheels. This is done by the pair of mitre-wheels, 4, one being on the hind axle, and the other on the longitudinal shaft, 6, on which shaft...
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Journal of the Franklin Institute

1828
...end is secured by two collars, which permit the fore and hind wheels to adapt themselves to the curve of the road. To ascend steep parts of the road, and...turn all the four wheels. This is done by the pair of mitre-wheels, 4, one being on the hind axle, and the other on the longitudinal shaft, G, on which shaft...
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The Register of Arts, and Journal of Patent Inventions, المجلد 1

Luke Herbert - 1828
...end is secured by two collars, which permit the fore and hind wheels to adapt themselves to the curve of the road. To ascend steep parts of the road, and...turn all the four wheels. This is done by the pair of mitre-wheels, 4, one being on the hind axle and the other on the longitudinal shaft, 6, on which shaft...
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History and Progress of the Steam Engine: With a Practical Investigation of ...

Elijah Galloway, Luke Hebert - 1829 - عدد الصفحات: 859
...end is screwed by two collars, which permit the fore and hind weels to adapt themselves to the curve of the road. • • To ascend steep parts of the...contrivance to turn all the four wheels. This is done by a pair of mitre wheels 4, one being on the hind axle, and the other on the longitudinal shaft 6, on...
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History and Progress of the Steam Engine: With a Practical Investigation of ...

Elijah Galloway - 1834 - عدد الصفحات: 859
...end is screwed by two collars, which permit the fore and hind weels to adapt themselves to the curve of the road. "To ascend steep parts of the road, and...particularly when the carriage is used on railways, o- to drag another behind it, greater friction will be required on the road than the two hind wheels...
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The Engineer's and Mechanic's Encyclopædia: Comprehending ..., المجلد 2

Luke Hebert - 1835
...wheels to adapt themselves to the curve of the road. To ascend acclivities, and particularly where the carriage is used on railways, or to drag another behind it, it is presumed that greater friction will be required on the road than the two hind wheels will give,...
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The engineer's and mechanic's encyclopædia, المجلد 2

Luke Hebert - 1836
...particularly where the carriage is used on railways, or ю drag another behind it, it is presumed that greater friction will be required on the road than...contrivance to turn all the four wheels. This is done by a pair of mitre wheels 4, one being on the hind axle, and the other on the longitudinal shaft 6, on...
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British Locomotives: Their History, Construction, and Modern Development

Charles John Bowen Cooke - 1893 - عدد الصفحات: 381
...end is screwed by two collars, which permit the fore and hind wheels to adapt themselves to the curve of the road. " To ascend steep parts of the road,...contrivance to turn all the four wheels. This is done by a pair of mitre wheels (4), one being on the hind axle, and the other on the longitudinal shaft (6),...
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