Excerpt from Railway and Locomotive Engineering, Vol. 30: A Practical Journal of Motive Power, Rolling Stock and Appliances; January, 1917 The accuracy of the results is beyond question, as all the data were taken in a careful manner and as deliberately as possible under existing conditions. Cor rections were made for the loss of water through the injector and for the loss of steam through the pops, which would give a correct value for the water evaporated by the engine.
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