Corliss Engine Review TRIAD: Efficiency is the Name of the Game
CORLISS ENGINE REVIEW TRIAD: Efficiency is the Name of the Game
In an industry full of many players vying for access to the market, TRIAD strives to level up by focusing on efficiency, efficiency and efficiency. There is no other objective worth aiming for when user satisfaction is of utmost importance. TRIAD delivers efficiency in their products as a mark of their commitment to excellence in performance.
Thus, TRIAD manufactures Modular Hot Water and Steam-Heating systems that are significantly more efficient than conventional large boilers. Modular boilers fire up more quickly than conventional systems and, to boot, with reduced heat loss in order to meet the heat requirement more effectively. Available choices of equipment include steam boilers, gas boilers, oil boilers and combination boilers for practically any radiant heating requirement.
Design Elegance and Simplicity in Action
TRIAD incorporates simplicity and elegance in the design of their products as they aim to achieve consistent water volume where heat is needed. The operating process basically involves the following steps:
• Boilers are activated in sequence, drawing water from the main loop into the next hot-water boiler until the heating requirement is achieved.
• Firing boilers remain isolated; hence, no heated-water is conveyed through cold boilers.
• Within a year, unfired boilers provide only occasional backup heated-water supply.
• Outdoor temperatures and loop-water temperatures are constantly monitored.
The efficiency of this design can only be appreciated and made apparent by comparing with conventional boilers which would still be operating at full capacity during the warmer months while TRIAD boilers operate way below that.
Modularity in Boiler Design
TRIAD patented and pioneered a concept in 1967 that integrates modularity by utilizing a single-pipe primary-secondary system. The system incorporates two loops, (i) the primary loop, or building main-loop, and (ii) smaller secondary loops coming from each hot-water boiler, which supply heated-water to the primary loop.
When heat is required, the pump delivers the return water into the boiler and pushes it out through the secondary loop, thus, supplying hot water into the primary loop or the main header where it merges with the cooler return water from the main-building loop. The advantages of this process include the following:
• Supply and return water are mixed, removing the need for costly and undependable mixing valves often utilized in two-pipe systems.
• The secondary loop separates each hot-water boiler, producing a very efficient system that decreases thermal shock.
Simple is elegant, as the saying goes. TRIAD certainly lives up to this idea when it comes to delivering efficiency and peak performance.Corliss Engine Review
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The Eclipse corliss engine group classic engineering Modern Cotton Mill EngineeringThe Eclipse corliss engine group classic engineering Modern Cotton Mill
Title Modern Cotton Mill
Creator W.B. Smith Whaley and Company
Source Ensor-Brown Collection, Richland County Public Library
textile industry--Southern States.
Cotton textile industry--South Carolina.
Description 132 p.: ill., 33 x 28 cm.
Digital Collection Modern
Contributing Institution Richland County Public Library
Rights Digital image copyright 2011, Richland County Public Library. All rights reserved. For more information contact Richland County Public Library, Columbia, South Carolina, 29201.
SC County Aiken County (S.C.)
Kershaw County (S.C.)
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Newberry County (S.C.)
Oconee County (S.C.)
Orangeburg County (S.C.)
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Union County (S.C.)
SC Region Upstate
Digitization Specifications 400 dpi, 24-bit depth, color, Zeutschel Omniscan 140000 scanner, Archival Master file is a TIFF.
Media Type Books
Date Digital 2011-10
Metadata Cataloger Kelly Riddle
Scanner Technician Kelly Riddle
Bibliographic Citation W.B. Whaley and Company. Modern
Engineering. Columbia, S.C.: State Company, 1903. Print.
Title Warren Mfg. Co., Warrenville, S.C.
Digital Collection Modern Cotton Mill Engineering
Contributing Institution Richland County Public Library
Bibliographic Citation W.B. Whaley and Company. Modern Cotton Mill Engineering. Columbia, S.C.: State Company, 1903. Print.
Transcription WARREN MFG. CO., WARRENVILLE, S. C. Capital, $500,000; Spindles, 33,000; Looms, 900. President, E. F. Verdery. In IHIS mill is located in South Carolina, at the junction corporated 1896, THIS nljn js located in South Carolina, at the junction of the- old Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta Railroad, and the South Carolina and Georgia Railroad, about twelve miles from the cit) of ^^313, Ga. It is situated between the tracks of these two railroads, on a beautiful clear stream 0f water. The
mill is 127 foot wide-. 264 feet lone. 24 bays of 1.. feet, 8 inches each, and is four 1 • 1 _ ^ i. -h t Mil. stories high, 1 7 leet each. Con necting with this is the engine- room. pS l>\ 56, and the- boiler room, 36 l>v 69. The
boiler room is built ol sufficient size to accommodate a battery ol boilers lor a second mill which tt is proposed to build in the future. The
power lor operating this mill is furnished l>v a 1,000 horse power cross-corn pound condensing engine. The condenser is ol the- Spv ro-jet type, and operates under a head ol 10 feet. The power is distributed to the head shafting located in belt way through i'+ inch ropes ■ ■ > L-. WARRI x ■ [PAN> 1-1 11 ;« heated bv the Sturtevant system, and is equipped throughout with air moist,-nine apparatus, and I Jit* 171111 1 II* »l L.11 I' '11 I'll tected from fire by sprinkler and hydrant systems. Ihe sprinklers are supplied bv a to.ooo-gallon tank ,. , ,. lT1, ,.,,,,.rs The machine shop and lighting generators are driven from a jack shall located jn ocateel "1 " " • 1 • 1 • 1 1 -n nt of engine room. This shaft is driven from the mam engine when the mill is m operation, and another times bv a small high speed engine driving through friction clutch. This mill commenced operations in the summer ol 1898, and has been successfullj run ever since. List of Machinery I fsed. ,,,., ,. 11. Corliss Boilers and Engine. Knowles Fire Pump. Knowles Spyro-jel Condenser. Sturtevant Heating. [ones & Laughlin's Shafting. "\ T. Atherton Lappers. Pettee Cards and Drawing, with Metallic Rolls on Drawing. VVoonsocket Roving. Fales & fenks Spinning. Easton & Burnham Spoolers. I traper Warpers. Cohoes Slashers. I traper Rooms. Curtis & Marbh' Cloth Room Machine.
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Corliss Engine Group Gear Mechanisms: Corliss steam engineCorliss Engine Group Gear Mechanisms:
Corliss steam engine
A Corliss steam engine
(or Corliss engine
) is a steam engine
, fitted with rotary valves and with variable valve timing patented in 1849, invented by and named after the American engineer George Henry Corliss in Providence, Rhode Island.Engine
s fitted with Corliss valve gear offered the best thermal efficiency of any type of stationary steam
engine until the refinement of the uniflow steam engine and steam turbine in the 20th century. Corliss engines were generally about 30 percent more fuel efficient than conventional steam engines with fixed cutoff.This increased efficiency made steam power more economical than water power, allowing industrial development away from millponds.
Corliss engines were typically used as stationary engines to provide mechanical power to line shafting in factories and mills and to drive dynamos to generate electricity. Many were quite large, standing many metres tall and developing several hundred horsepower, albeit at low speed, turning massive flywheels weighing several tons at about 100 revolutions per minute. Some of these engines have unusual roles as mechanical legacy systems and because of their relatively high efficiency and low maintenance requirements, some remain in service in early 21st century (see, for example, the engines at the Hook Norton Brewery and the Distillerie Dillon in the list of operational engines).
1 Corliss engine mechanisms
1.1 Corliss valve gear
1.2 Corliss valves
1.3 Barring and barring engines
2 Company history
3 Centennial Engine
4 List of operational engines
5 See also
7 External links
Corliss engine mechanisms
Corliss engines have four valves for each cylinder, with steam and exhaust valves located at each end. Corliss engines incorporate distinct refinements in both the valves themselves and in the valve gear, that is, the system of linkages that operate the valves.
The use of separate valves for admission and exhaust means that neither the valves nor the steam passages between cylinders and valves need to change temperature during the power and exhaust cycle, and it means that the timing of the admission and exhaust valves can be independently controlled. In contrast, conventional steam engines have a slide valve or piston valve that alternately feeds and exhausts through passages to each end of the cylinder. These passages are exposed to wide temperature swings during engine operation, and there are high temperature gradients within the valve mechanism itself.
Clark (1891) commented that the Corliss gear 'is essentially a combination of elements previously known and used separately, affecting the cylinder and the valve-gear'.The origins of the Corliss gear with regard to previous steam valve gear was traced by Inglis (1868).
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