changeover point meaning
The temperature at which the thermal transmission loss to the outside of a building equals the heat gain in the interior, so that cooling or heating is not required.
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- When Enfield Yard was closed for redevelopment in the mid-1990s, the sidings became a locomotive changeover point for freight trains.
- The station is also still used by special trains and steam-hauled railway tours as a water stop and traction changeover point.
- The railway wheels were wood laminate; a wooden ramp was provided at the changeover point and the driver steered so as to descend on to the rails.
- Rugby Central was roughly midway along the Great Central Main Line ( GCML ) and was a stopping point for express services as well as a changeover point for local services.
- The changeover point depends on the precise aerodynamics of your vehicle, but it usually occurs somewhere around typical highway speeds .-- talk ) 23 : 17, 10 June 2014 ( UTC)