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Re: SMEE

Posted by H.S.Relay on Sun Apr 23 11:41:09 2006, in response to Re: SMEE, posted by tracksionmotor on Sun Apr 23 03:36:09 2006.

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Peter, Jeff was correct: you have SAP and BP reversed.

SAP: Pneumatic demand for braking 0/90 = none/full

BP: Constant 110-150 tying the tanks. A sudden drop, or any drop below 90 will put reservoir directly to the cylinder.

Maybe you're confused since the SAP is used to help charge up the train - that's a story for another day ( and better told by Jeff )

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