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Rail locomotives[ edit ] DRG Baureihe 05 05 in In steam locomotive design, a cab forward design will typically have the driver's compartment or cab placed forward of the boiler at the very front of the engine.
On a coal-fired locomotive, the fireman's station remains on the footplate behind the firebox so as to be next to the tender. On an oil-fired locomotive, the fireman's station could be and normally is in the forward cab.
Visibility is greatly improved from the cab, and fumes from the chimney do not fill a forward cab in tunnels. However, the crew's prospects in the event of a collision are worse, and if the driver and fireman are in separate places it is difficult for them to communicate, just as in autotrains.
Inthe streamlining was removed, but the 05 had by then already lost its cab forward layout. After the war, it pulled express trains in West Germany until It was scrapped in Ferrovie dello Stato italiane[ edit ] Italian cab forward locomotive, group The state-owned Italian Ferrovie dello Stato had several cab forward locomotives, Class, and These engines had a three-axle tender, and were nicknamed "mucca" cow.
Forney design[ edit ] "Ariel", a Forney-type cab-forward locomotive: Forney was issued a patent in the late s for a new locomotive design.
Such a design would not have been stable at high speeds on the rather uneven tracks which were common at the time. Instead, he extended the locomotive frame behind the cab, placing a four-wheel truck beneath the water tank and coal bunker.
In conventional Whyte notationthis resulted in a T locomotive, but when run in reverse it was effectively a tank locomotivewith the track stability of that popular wheel arrangement, along with unobstructed visibility for the engineerand improved dispersal of smoke and steam.
Large numbers of Forneys served in New York CityBostonChicago and elsewhere, but were superseded at the end of the nineteenth century by electrification and the development of subways. Ariel and Puck were two-foot gauge locomotives built to the Forney cab-forward design for the Billerica and Bedford Railroad in by Hinkley Locomotive Works of Boston.
This arrangement was made possible by burning fuel oil instead of coal. The cab forward design was widely used by the Southern Pacific Railroad. After a number of crews nearly asphyxiated, the locomotive was run in reverse.
This meant that the tender was leading the train, which introduced new problems. The tender blocked the view ahead and put crewmen on the wrong sides of the cab for seeing signals.
The tenders were not designed to be pushed at the lead of the train, which limited speeds. Southern Pacific commissioned Baldwin Locomotive Works to build a prototype cab-forward locomotive, then ordered more units before the prototype had even arrived.
All of the cab-forwards were oil-burning locomotives, which meant there was little trouble involved putting the tender at what would normally be the front of the locomotive.
The oil and water tanks were pressurized so that both would flow normally even on uphill grades. Visibility from the cab was superb, such that one crewman could easily survey both sides of the track.
There were concerns about what would happen to the crew in the event of a collision, and at least one fatal accident occurred on the Modoc Line in Herlong, California when a moving locomotive struck a flat car. One problematic aspect of the design, however, was the routing of the oil lines; because the firebox was located ahead of the driving wheels instead of behind them, the usual practiceoil leaks could cause the wheels to slip.
A nuisance under most conditions, it resulted in at least one fatal accident. This occurred in when a cab-forward with leaking steam and oil lines entered the tunnel at Santa Susana Passnear Los Angeles. The tunnel was on a grade, and as the slow-moving train ascended the tunnel, oil on the rails caused the wheels to slip and spin.
The train slipped backwards and a coupler knuckle broke, separating the air line, causing an emergency brake application and stalling the train in a tunnel that was rapidly filling with exhaust fumes and steam.
The oil dripping on the rails and ties then ignited beneath the cab, killing the crew. Built to deal with difficult terrain, these locomotives became an easily recognizable symbol of the Southern Pacific. In total such Mallet-type articulated locomotivesin three different wheel arrangements, were placed on SP's roster.
It is a locomotive and is the only one to escape being scrapped. It was also SP's last new steam locomotive, built in With the addition a new and unusual marine water tube boiler and an all-steel cab, installed in reverse order from standard engines, this unique creation earned Thomas a patent on the locomotive design.
The crews were not satisfied with the new engine, finding it difficult to operate, and with fears of the possible results of a collision. They dubbed it "The Freak".Comparison of Victor and Thomas in Smoke Signals. Words Feb 19th, 2 Pages. Smoke Signals Essay Words | 4 Pages.
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