Steam generator patent

Steam generator patent

Babcock and Wilcox's Patent Model of a Steam Generator

This model was filed with the application to the U.S. Patent Office for Patent Number 65,042 issued to George H. Babcock and Stephen Wilcox, Jr. of Providence, Rhode Island on May 28, 1867. The patent was for an improved design for steam generators, or boilers.

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Babcock and Wilcox's Patent Model of a Steam Generator

The patent model is constructed of wood. A full description of the operation of the boiler along with complete diagrams of the patent can be found in the patent document online at the United States Patent and Trademark Office website, .uspto.gov. Object Name patent model, generator, steam date made 1867 patent date

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Babcock and Wilcox's Patent Model of a Steam Generator

The patent model is constructed of wood. A full description of the operation of the boiler along with complete diagrams of the patent can be found in the patent document online at the United States Patent and Trademark Office website, .uspto.gov. Object Name patent model, generator, steam date made 1867 patent date

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Nuclear steam generator - Combustion Engineering, Inc.

A method of operating a nuclear steam generator during wet lay up, said steam generator having water therein to a predetermined level and an inert gas above the water level, comprising: withdrawing boiler water from said steam generator at an upper elevation; pumping the withdrawn water into said steam generator at a lower elevation

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