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Portrait of an Engineer – British Railways in the 1950’s


Produced in 1954, this film depicts a typical day of production engineer Ted Wilson who has spent 30 years working at the Vulcan Foundry (located at Newton-le-Willows, Lancashire). At this time the foundry was building both steam and electric locomotives for Britain and other countries. You’ll see the inner workings of the foundry, including the large machines in operation.

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How do I land a job as the engineer of the six flags train?

At Six Flags St. Louis, they operate a propane fired steam locomotive, and seeing how paid opportunities are slim in this day and age for young steam buffs, I figure it’d be the only opportunity to be the engineer on a steamer and get paid to do so…

In short: How the heck do I land the job????

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Beebe to serve as honorary engineer on steam train

Beebe to serve as honorary engineer on steam train
LITTLE ROCK — Gov. Mike Beebe will add honorary engineer to his credentials Wednesday when he boards a Union Pacific steam train traveling through Arkansas.

Read more on Arkansas News Bureau

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if a locomotive engineer causes the wheels to spin when starting his train he shuts off the steam. explain.?

=)

6 comments - What do you think?  Posted by - May 20, 2011 at 10:41 pm

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Responsibility of Boiler Engineer

Responsibility of Boiler Engineer


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Responsibilities of a boiler engineer include operating, repairing and maintaining a boiler plant, machinery and the equipment. Some boiler engineer jobs require engineers to train other engineers and operators while some may require engineers to work closely with the business department to develop new products and define product specification based on market demand. In addition, they are required to maintain high-pressure industrial gas, supporting apparatus, and oil and solid fuel boilers. The majority of boiler engineer positions are at shopping malls, factories, commercial buildings, and warehouses.

Depending on the work place the responsibilities of boiler engineers may vary for instance some skills in operating expansion tanks, heating systems, electric boilers, compressors, motor, pumps, hot water tanks, and other mechanical and electrical equipment. They also maintain log books and keep records of fuel consumption, temperature, pressures, and routine operations around the plant.

There are several boiler engineer opportunities in the UK depending on the level of the boiler engineer license. Basically, there are three different licensing levels of boiler engineers first class, second class and third class. The highest level is the first-class license. First-class boiler engineers are referred to as the chief boiler engineers, and are in charge of a boiler plant with an unlimited steam capacity and you will also operate and supervise the boiler operation.

The level below the first-class is the second-class boiler engineer license. Second-class boiler engineers are permitted to operate a boiler plant with a 200,000 lb/hr steam generation capacity. However, they must have at least 2 years of experience as a third-class boiler engineer to qualify as a second-class boiler engineer.

The lowest level is the third-class boiler engineer license through which engineers are allowed to operate a boiler plant with a 100, 000 lb/hr steam generation capacity. To qualify for a third-class boiler engineer license, it is essential to have at least 2 years of experience as a boiler operator.

If you are interested for boiler engineer careers, you may visit various job sites for boiler engineer job postings. Employers prefer candidates with Bachelors or Masters Degree in Engineering either Civil or Mechanical and possess great analytical and problem solving abilities and to be able to detect technical malfunctions in the boilers. SearchMe4 is a local information and online business directory that contains the contact details of the UK boiler engineers.

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if a locomotive engineer causes the wheels to spin when starting his train he suits off the steam & starts?

over again.explain reasons

5 comments - What do you think?  Posted by - March 11, 2011 at 9:37 pm

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If a locomotive engineer causes the wheels to spin when starting his train he shuts off the steam and starts?

over again.explain reasons

2 comments - What do you think?  Posted by - January 7, 2011 at 9:35 pm

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If a locomotive engineer causes the wheels to spin when starting his train he suits off the steam and start?

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