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The formula would be: “The pump invented—Drain a well ,” or Water raised in a hollow.
ASSIMILATIVE MEMORYMARCUS DWIGHT LARROWE (AKA PROF. A. LOISETTE)
At Wheal Alfred they have a 64-inch cylinder; the air-pump is 20 inches, and the stroke is half that of the engine.
I observe that you have ordered the pump, and from the description you give of it, I think it will answer very well.
It was placed immediately over the shaft and pump-rods, requiring no engine-beam.
A feed-pump forced water into the boilers; each had a safety-valve with a lever and weight.
This was probably the first application of high-pressure steam to give motion to pump-rods.
A connecting rod worked a balance-beam, which worked the air-pump, feed-pump, and plug-rod for moving the valves.
The pole-case was fixed to strong beams immediately over the pump-shaft.
A large balance-beam was attached to the pump-rods, near the bottom cross-head.
The unsupported pump-rods fell downwards, setting in upward motion the column of water in the plunger-pole pumps.

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