....As far as the explosion goes, would this be along the same lines as a clutch exploding in a manual transmission during high r.p.m's such as in a racing environment.
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Hold on a minute...Hacksaw wrote: ↑Thu May 25, 2023 3:44 pmA Bullard siren exploded during testing, in 1941:
https://www.newspapers.com/article/cont ... 125059343/
TheSirenFan wrote: ↑Sun May 28, 2023 8:55 pm
Hold on a minute...
So we obviously know that nowadays it is E.D. Bullard, but something struck me as a bit weird here. If you look closely, you can CLEARLY see that it says: "W.D. Bullard". Could this be an error when it was written, or does this mean that it originally stood for something else?
That's what I thought too - the sparks came from the conduit a few feet below the siren, not the siren itself, although it wasn't doing much better!
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