Engineering Facilities

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Oklahoma State University–Stillwater - History
... Morrill Hall, the Central Building, the Engineering Building (now Gundersen Hall), the Women's building, the Auditorium (replaced later by the Seretean Center for ... three months of 14-hour days in concentrated electrical engineering study ... meals lectures and laboratoies were held in the Engineering Building ...
High Flux Isotope Reactor - In-Core Experiment Facilities - Slant Engineering Facilities
... Provision has been made for installation of up to two engineering facilities to provide additional positions for experiments ... These facilities consist of 4-in ... One of the engineering facilities houses the PT-2 pneumatic tube, which was installed in 1986 ...
Bahnbetriebswerk (steam Locomotives) - Facilities - Engineering Facilities
... In addition to its running facilities, every Bahnbetriebswerk also had a large number of engineering facilities ... So there might have been a mechanical engineering workshop, a blacksmith's shop, a tool shop, a locksmith's shop, a foundry and an electrician's shop (this had little ...
Bahnbetriebswerk (steam Locomotives) - Management - Work Groups
... und Wagenausbesserung), Group E engineering facilities (Maschinelle Anlagen), Group F fuel storage (Betriebsstofflager) and Group K motor transport (Kraftwagendienst) ... clearing up operational irregularities, refilling gas and disinfection facilities for wagons, cleaning, lighting and heating of wagons, maintenance and repair jobs, dispatching ... Group E Engineering Facilities The composition of Group E depended on the size of the Bahnbetriebswerk ...

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