[757labs] Steam engineers?
snelson at webapper.com
Fri Jan 20 15:38:01 EST 2012
Daniel, if I can get my inlaws to watch the kids for an hour or so I'll
drop by the lab, otherwise maybe we can meet up another day? I'd certainly
love to pick your brain and show you some of my plans.
On Fri, Jan 20, 2012 at 8:52 AM, Daniel Tubbs <daffyducke at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'd be happy to share what I know. I operated steam plants for the Navy
> for 8 years and am planning to be at the open house tonight.
> On Fri, Jan 20, 2012 at 8:26 AM, Trevor Lewis <trevorl.salad at gmail.com>wrote:
>> Yeah, steam scares me too. The Navy have some pretty incredible videos
>> and pictures in regards to high pressure steam related injuries.
>> Fingers and limbs sliced right off, people cut in half. It's a very
>> bad thing if you screw it up.
>> Lots of Navy people around, and the Navy still has a lot of steam in
>> use. Might get lucky.
>> On 1/20/12, Steve Nelson <snelson at webapper.com> wrote:
>> > Does anyone know any local engineers that have designed and worked with
>> > steam systems? I'd love to buy them lunch or coffee and pick there
>> > for my solar project. I'm getting closer to building a steam engine, but
>> > steam scares me.
>> > Steve
>> Failure is just success rounded down. - T-Rex
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