Talk:DOT-111 tank car
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- Probably so because the event most likely occurred in North America. But implosion is a rare event because it requires volitionary external suction. Explosions occur more frequently. 184.108.40.206 (talk) 11:31, 30 August 2013 (UTC)
How long is it?
- DOT-111 is a set of construction standards (there are different DOT-xxx standards for various different kind of products, DOT-111 is basically for unpressurized flammable liquids), not a set of dimensions. DOT-111 tank cars come in several different sizes. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 220.127.116.11 (talk) 22:34, 13 May 2014 (UTC)
The variant names should redirect there
- DOT111 / CTC111A & CTC 111A
- DOT 111 tank car & DOT111 tank car / CTC111A tank car & CTC 111A tank car
- CTC111A tanker car , CTC 111A tanker car , CTC-111A tanker car / CTC111A tanker , CTC 111A tanker , CTC-111A tanker
- DOT111 tanker car , DOT-111 tanker car , DOT 111 tanker car / DOT111 tanker , DOT-111 tanker , DOT 111 tanker
- CTC111A rail car , CTC 111A rail car , CTC-111A rail car / CTC111A railcar , CTC 111A railcar , CTC-111A railcar / CTC111A rail-car , CTC 111A rail-car , CTC-111A rail-car
- DOT111 rail car , DOT-111 rail car , DOT 111 rail car / DOT111 railcar , DOT-111 railcar , DOT 111 railcar / DOT111 rail-car , DOT-111 rail-car , DOT 111 rail-car
- CTC111A car , CTC 111A car , CTC-111A car
- DOT111 car , DOT-111 car , DOT 111 car
Please explain the distinction between DOT111 and DOT111A
The distinction is made clear at http://www.henrycoema.org/forms/RailRoad%20Tank%20Car%20Marking%20System.pdf, but I have a feeling I'll make a mess of things trying to edit the page. Whoever is editing this page is doing a good job, and I hope he adds this information. There are some typos in the .pdf to which I just linked, so maybe another page with the same information will be better.18.104.22.168 (talk) 17:01, 7 March 2014 (UTC)
- There is no difference, the A is a delimiter and has no meaning except as a place holder to indicate the number after it is the pressure the car is tested to. 
- Secrecy of Oil-by-Train Shipments Causes Concern Across the U.S.; The Wall Street Journal; May 22, 2014.
Article is is in need of clean up. Some items are in the wrong sections, others are way too wordy. I will try to do some when I have time but feel free to help out. Thanks. --Daffydavid (talk) 05:15, 10 August 2014 (UTC)
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