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SteveFurySun Mar-19-17 11:19 AM
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Here's a friendly note to anyone trying to do an accurate recip room: Be certain your engine dimensions are correct, especially as it relates to the floor levels!
Mine were wrong and I had to do a lot of time consuming adjustments to both the room and engines.

Thanks, as always Bill for the input.
I spent many hours configuring the catwalks in a logical way given your suggestions. Those big LP pipes going to the turbine room kept getting in the way.
I eventually gave up trying to figure a cascading style stairs and just opted for a 23 foot stair from E deck level all the way down to the bottom catwalk.
23 feet is a very long stair indeed but I've seen some really long catwalk stairs. At least that's my rationale.
If I ever can get an actual plan then it's easy enough to make adjustments.



I had based the design of the walkways on this photo. It looks like to me that they are individual panels fastened together:



I think this project is coming along well. I need to research early 1900 overhead electric gantry winches for a good design and put them above the cylinders as Bill has suggested.

I'm not happy with the general lighting in the photos below, and the catwalks need railings, the walkways under the cylinders for the valve gear access etc... - Here's my latest tests:

Space view:


Port side facing Aft with the Brine room overhang:


Forward facing aft. Notice the long stairs from the lower catwalk up to the level of E deck:


Facing aft. E deck main hall on the left, Engineers mess on the right. I'll probably put a window or two in the wall for the engineers mess:


Thank you for looking, and for any comments you may have.

Steve Fury
from Atlanta,GA USA

  

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Titanic 3D model project [View all] , SteveFury, Mon Feb-20-17 07:27 PM
  RE: Titanic 3D model project, Bill West, Feb 21st 2017, #1
RE: Titanic 3D model project, SteveFury, Feb 21st 2017, #2
      RE: Titanic 3D model project, Bill West, Feb 22nd 2017, #3
RE: Titanic 3D model project, SteveFury, Feb 25th 2017, #4
RE: Titanic 3D model project, Bill West, Feb 25th 2017, #5
RE: Titanic 3D model project, J. Kent Layton, Feb 27th 2017, #6
RE: Titanic 3D model project, SteveFury, Mar 01st 2017, #7
RE: Titanic 3D model project, Bill West, Mar 01st 2017, #8
RE: Titanic 3D model project, SteveFury, Mar 03rd 2017, #9
RE: Titanic 3D model project, Bill West, Mar 03rd 2017, #10
RE: Titanic 3D model project, SteveFury, Mar 09th 2017, #11
RE: Titanic 3D model project, Bill West, Mar 11th 2017, #12
RE: Titanic 3D model project, SteveFury, Mar 12th 2017, #13
RE: Titanic 3D model project, Bill West, Mar 13th 2017, #14
RE: Titanic 3D model project, SteveFury, Mar 16th 2017, #15
RE: Titanic 3D model project, Bill West, Mar 17th 2017, #16
RE: Titanic 3D model project, SteveFury, Mar 19th 2017 #17
RE: Titanic 3D model project, Bill West, Mar 19th 2017, #18
      RE: Titanic 3D model project, Ralph Currell, Mar 23rd 2017, #19
           RE: Titanic 3D model project, Bill West, Mar 23rd 2017, #20
                RE: Titanic 3D model project, Ralph Currell, Mar 24th 2017, #21
                     RE: Titanic 3D model project, Bill West, Mar 24th 2017, #22
                          RE: Titanic 3D model project, Ralph Currell, Mar 24th 2017, #23
RE: Titanic 3D model project, SteveFury, Mar 25th 2017, #24
RE: Titanic 3D model project, Karol_W, Mar 25th 2017, #25
      RE: Titanic 3D model project, Bill West, Mar 26th 2017, #26
           RE: Titanic 3D model project, Bill West, Mar 27th 2017, #27
RE: Titanic 3D model project, SteveFury, Mar 27th 2017, #28

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