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English: The Corliss Centennial engine
Quoted from page 97: "For future reference, a plate is presented (Fig. 53) showing a large perspective view of the engines ... There were two condensing beam-engines, which were proportioned to work expansively, with a steam-pressure of 80 pounds. ... The cylinders were each 40 inches in diameter, with 10-feet stroke of piston. ..." Originally printed as a 2-page spread.
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Source United States Centennial Commission, Francis A. Walker, Ed., International Exhibition, 1876, Reports and Awards Group XV, Lippincott, Philadelphia, 1877; Figure 53 insert between pages 96-97.
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