Category:High-speed steam engines
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English: High-speed steam engines are later-period stationary steam engines (sometime marine engines) that became physically smaller for the same power by increasing their operating speed. These are commonly enclosed crankcase engines with forced oil lubrication. Unusually for steam engines, they are also often single-acting.
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