History[ edit ] Adaptation of the diesel engine for rail use[ edit ] Diagram of Priestman Oil Engine from The Steam engine and gas and oil engines by John Perry Petrol-electric Weitzer railmotorfirstseries The earliest recorded example of the use of an internal combustion engine in a railway locomotive is the prototype designed by William Dent Priestmanwhich was examined by Sir William Thomson in who described it as a "[Priestman oil engine] mounted upon a truck which is worked on a temporary line of rails to show the adaptation of a petroleum engine for locomotive purposes. Following the expiration of Dr. Rudolf Diesel's patent inhis engine design was successfully applied to marine propulsion and stationary applications. However, the massiveness and poor power-to-weight ratio of these early engines made them unsuitable for propelling land-based vehicles.
Download eMag Volume 1 - July In this mid-year, Young Modelers Edition of the eMag, we promote and celebrate the talents, the contributions, and the successes of the many young modelers within the YouTube community. We explore in several articles the various challenges, barriers, and roadblocks faced by the next generation of young modelers as they enter this hobby.
Andrew Gilmour gives us some useful tips on working with young children in model railroading, reminding us to exercise patience, and identifies several barriers to entry. Blayne Mayfield explores two issues that further widen the generational gap: Barry Rosier highlights two exceptional young model railroaders and how their involvement at the Strasburg Model Railroad Club has impacted them and the club members.
Bill Beranek -The Track Planner continues his track planning series with discussions about design elements 3 and 4: Long mainline runs and trains traveling through scenes once.
Jack Hykaway, a young modeler himself, tells us how he got involved in the hobby and provides us his perspective on model railroading and the challenges he faces in this hobby.
He also interviews Shane Mason another young modeler and Johnny of Southeast Rails about his work with two special needs young-adults in this hobby.
In his interviews, Jack asks all the right questions to bring you an interesting, multifaceted article that is a must read. He explains why model railroading is a special hobby for them, and why it can be a great hobby for special needs children.
Marcos Huizel describes his love for the Golden Age of Steam and chronicles his entry and growth into model railroading.
There are some very inspirational stories within this issue; stories about some exceptional young modelers, some of them with special needs.
Read these articles and discover the challenges they face, successes they have achieved, how the hobby has impacted them, and how this hobby has helped each of them grow. As you read this issue, I hope you take the time to reflect upon how you can involve children whether they are your own children, neighborhood kids, or children at your model railroading cluband inspire them to participate in this great hobby!
Remember, the YouTube Model Builders eMag is a free publication released by model railroaders for model rail-roaders. Also keep in mind that it is a community publication and that means we want you to send us your articles and pictures so we can help you share your expertise with others in this hobby.
We hope you enjoy reading this special Young Modelers Edition of the eMag as much as we have enjoyed putting it together! That is the Question!
ModelerManMike provides us with more insight into how he built the New River Mine kit from Walthers, which many have enjoyed watching on his YouTube channel. Geno Sharp encourages us not to be shy about, or afraid of, weathering our new shiny structures, engines, or rolling stock with some very simple and straight-forward weathering techniques and advice.
Bill Beranek -The Track Planner continues his track planning series with discussions about his track design elements 1 and 2: Silver 7, on the Lepanto Valley Railroad.
The very talented Harry M.
Also featured are three YouTube channels that are great resources for YouTube modelers in the Pick-3 section and a picture collage of models weathered by Todd Walton in the Community Collage section. Remember, the YouTube Model Builders eMag is a free publication released by model railroaders for model railroaders.
ModelerManMike bestows upon us his thoughts of what is involved in planning a layout or a structure build. In addition "Big Bill" Graham reflects on his journey into model railroading and the evolution of his layout through YouTube videos.
Also featured are three YouTube channels that are great resources for YouTube modelers in the Pick-3 section. Please check it out in the eMag!
THE GROWTH OF CHARLOTTE: A HISTORY. by Dr. Thomas W. Hanchett. Introduction. For much of its history, the South was the United States' least urban region. This is an index to the makers of diesel and/or electric railway locomotives sold in the UK market. Pages in category "Diesel and Electric Locomotives" The following 37 . (Above) When BR's fleet of new diesel railcars ousted steam from local services, an irreverent band of steam enthusiast nicknamed the diesel upstarts as 'Bug Carts' which was about as insulting as one can get!Here a 2-car Metro-Cammel dmu approaches Shipley station on the Skipton to Bradford service at pm on Saturday 16 May .
Live show every month with YouTube Model Builders! Click the image for more information. Build a Model Railroad structure in video and you could win big prizes!In a diesel–electric locomotive, the diesel engine drives either an electrical DC generator (generally, less than 3, horsepower (2, kW) net for traction), or an electrical AC alternator-rectifier (generally 3, horsepower (2, kW) net or more for traction), the output of which provides power to the traction motors that drive the locomotive.
There is no mechanical connection between the diesel engine and . Gresley locomotives of the London & North Eastern Railway (LNER). The diesel engine (also known as a compression-ignition or CI engine), named after Rudolf Diesel, is an internal combustion engine in which ignition of the fuel, which is injected into the combustion chamber, is caused by the elevated temperature of the air in the cylinder due to the mechanical compression (adiabatic compression).Diesel .
Authorhip of sources of information about steam locomotive development mainly that in books.
Bibliography. The Encyclopedia of Cleveland History-- Case Western Reserve University discusses the locomotive history, including diesel-electric, and its impact on Cleveland.
Lima Locomotive Works -- Bluffton University presents a historical accounting of locomotive technology from steam-powered engines to the diesel-electrics used today. (Above) When BR's fleet of new diesel railcars ousted steam from local services, an irreverent band of steam enthusiast nicknamed the diesel upstarts as 'Bug Carts' which was about as insulting as one can get!Here a 2-car Metro-Cammel dmu approaches Shipley station on the Skipton to Bradford service at pm on Saturday 16 May .