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Automobile Tires Comparison

automobile tires comparison
    automobile tires
  • (automobile tire) car tire: a tire consisting of a rubber ring around the rim of an automobile wheel
  • The quality of being similar or equivalent
  • relation based on similarities and differences
  • An analogy
  • The act or instance of comparing
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Everything you always wanted to know about a semi-truck but were afraid to ask. (15-365)
Everything you always wanted to know about a semi-truck but were afraid to ask. (15-365)
Okay, here goes......... It's dirty. It needs to be washed, tires Armor-All'ed, and wheels polished. But it's mid-January, wet and salty roads make all this a bit pointless until spring. This is a work truck. And I work hard in it. I have had this truck since it was new. I got it in the spring of 2008, and it since then I have put about 350,000 miles in it. This is my truck. Well, technically it is a company owned truck and I am paid to drive it. The name on the side of the truck and trailer is Koch (pronounced Cook), This is the name of the family that owns the company. They own and operate about 700 trucks and over 1000 trailers nationwide. The truck is assigned to me. So, other than the mechanics that work on it as needed, I am the only one to drive this truck. This is nice because I can leave much of the stuff I need as a driver in the truck. It is often called a semi or a semi-truck, sometimes called a tractor-trailer. Drivers usually just call it a tractor, truck, or big truck. Now for the details..... The tractor is a 2009 Volvo VN670. it has a 15 Liter, six cylinder, turbocharged Cummins Diesel engine. This is about five to seven times larger than the engine you have in your car. It has an 8-speed Eaton-Fuller manual transmission. I use the clutch only when starting or stopping. I do not use the clutch when shifting gears. There are two fuel tanks, one on each side. Each tank holds 125 gallons of fuel. The truck gets between 6.5 and 7 miles per gallon, depending on the load, and the road and weather conditions. My truck has a road speed governor on it (as do the trucks of many companies). It can do 68 miles per hour. That's it. Okay, I can get it to roll a little faster downhill, but then I usually go a little slower uphill. Just imagine having a limitation like that on your car. From front bumper to rear bumper the tractor and trailer is 68 feet long (the trailer alone is 53'). It is 8 1/2 feet wide and 13 1/2 feet tall. Go out and measure your own vehicle for comparison. For that matter, go measure your house. Fully loaded the truck and trailer can weigh no more than 80,000 pounds. Let me repeat myself here. I said EIGHTY THOUSAND POUNDS. Most people can't fathom numbers this big, so let me give you a visual analogy. When you are driving your average American automobile down the road you are driving a Large Grade A Egg. In my truck I am driving an Eight Pound Bowling Ball. I don't care if you drop the egg on the bowling ball, or drop the bowling ball on the egg, we all can figure out what the end result will be. The tractor and trailer without a load weighs about 35,000 pounds. And it can carry a load of about 45,000 pounds. This will vary depending on the make of tractor and trailer. This week I left Minneapolis, Minnesota about 5:00pm Saturday January 15. I went to Pittsburgh, PA; Baltimore, MD;, Jamestown, NY; Lafayette, IN; and arrived back in Minneapolis about 9:00pm on Wednesday January 19. I was 'at work' for about 100 hours. I slept in my truck Saturday, Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday night. I drove 2521 miles. I filled my truck three times with a total of 435 gallons of diesel fuel at a cost of about $1540. And you thought that big SUV you have was a gas hog. Last year (2010) I drove about 125,000 miles. That is as much as the average person drives in ten years. I average 2400-2500 miles every week (from Saturday to Wednesday). To me a good days work is driving about 650 to 680 miles. Last year I was at work, away from home, for about 200 days. In comparison someone working a 40 hour a week job is at work, away from home, about 80 days out of the year. This isn't a job, it is a lifestyle. I hope, through the pictures I am posting here, that I can help people understand that not all truck drivers are the stereo-typical, lead footed, fast talking, chain smoking, waitress chasing rednecks that television and movies makes us out to be. Most of us are simply rather normal, un-extraordinary people working in a rather extraordinary job. Remember.......... If you bought it, a truck and truck driver brought it. Trucks and truck drivers move America. Without trucks and truck drivers America stops.
XB-36 Peacemaker & B-29 Superfortress
XB-36 Peacemaker & B-29 Superfortress
Convair XB-36 parked beside Boeing B-29-55-BA (Bell-Atlanta,S/N 44-84027) for size comparison. (U.S. Air Force photo) In 1941 when Britain's survival appeared doubtful, the AAF outlined a requirement for a bomber capable of bombing European targets from the Western Hemisphere. From this, evolved the giant Convair B-36. Due to the improving war situation and a lowered priority of the B-36 development program, the XB-36 did not make its first flight until Aug. 8, 1946. Deliveries to SAC of B-36s with a range of more than 7,000 miles began in 1948. The B-36 had a normal crew of 15, although the strategic reconnaissance version carried a crew of 22 plus camera equipment and 14,000 pounds of photo flash bombs for night photography. The B-36 became the subject of sometimes bitter inter-service controversy when anonymous documents were circulated alleging corruption in the selection of the aircraft and questioning both its value and the USAF philosophy of strategic bombing. A Congressional investigation in 1949, however, vindicated the original decision to buy the B-36 and it remained in production until 1954, with a total purchase of 385 planes. Its unofficial nickname of "Peacemaker" was appropriate for, although the B-36 never dropped a bomb in combat, its range and nuclear weapons capability made it a powerful deterrent to a possible third world war. When the XB-36 was designed during World War II, specifications called for two main landing gear wheels to be equipped with the largest aircraft tires produced in the United States to that time. Manufactured by Goodyear, the tires were 110 inches in diameter and 36 inches in width. Weighing 1,320 pounds, each tire was 30 percent nylon cord construction, the equivalent of approximately 60 automobile tires or 12,700 pairs of nylon hose. Because of the enormous pressures imposed by the XB-36 upon concrete runways when equipped with single wheels, it could takeoff and land safely at only three airfields (the Convair field at Fort Worth, Texas, Eglin and Fairfield-Suisun Army Air Fields). As a result, the single-wheel landing gear was redesigned and production B-36s incorporated four smaller wheels and tires on each of its main landing gears. The museum has an original XB-36 main landing gear on display in the Cold War Gallery. TECHNICAL NOTES: Armament: Designed for 10 .50-cal. machine guns and five 37mm cannon plus 77,784 lbs of bombs (no defensive armament was actually installed) Engines: Six Pratt & Whitney R-4360-25 radials of 3,000 hp each (takeoff power) Maximum speed: 346 mph at 35,000 ft. Cruising speed: 216 mph Range: 3,850 miles with 77,784 lbs. bomb load (estimated) Service ceiling: 38,000 ft. Span: 230 ft. 0 in. Length: 163 ft. 0 in. Height: 46 ft. 10 in. Weight: 265,000 lbs. (maximum gross weight) Crew: 15 Serial number: 42-13570

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