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Arrangements of the turret turning mechanism and typical gun elevating drives and their controls. These units consist of the training gear 26 Figure 27. Gun Control System. htm (32 of 82)7/19/2006 16:12:43 CRUISER 8-INCH TURRET - PART 1 27 Figure 28. Training Gear. htm (33 of 82)7/19/2006 16:12:43 CRUISER 8-INCH TURRET - PART 1 Figure 29. Training Gear Power Drive. General Arrangement electric-hydraulic drive equipment, train receiver- by a system of large pipe manifolds-an arrangement regulator, and control station equipment for the that delivers equal volume and equal fluid pressure turret turning system; and three elevating gear to both hydraulic motors.

Turret are shown in figure 28, and the components and arrangements of the power drive assembly in The servo control methods are provided by the figure 29. receiver-regulator instrument and its auxiliary hydraulic power supply unit shown in figure 30, and The drive consists of a 125-horsepower electric by a stroking cylinder device on the A-end pump. motor coupled to a large reduction gear which These units operate in response to signal inputs to drives a Waterbury A-end pump assembly. The the regulator instrument.

They run at constant speed. A pivoted mechanism called a steady arm is also mounted adjacent to each hoist. This device is a parbuckling auxiliary that is manually controlled and power-operated by the gypsy head snubbing rope. It operates to grab projectiles one-at-a-time from the projectile ring, and to guide and thrust them into the hoist. Fire control equipment The sights and gun attachments, and the control instruments listed on page 13 comprise the Figure 41. Sights and Gun Attachments. htm (49 of 82)7/19/2006 16:12:43 CRUISER 8-INCH TURRET - PART 1 43 Figure 42.

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