| George Bradshaw - 1848
...structure, added to nix times the greatest moving load that can be brought upon it. 18. In a wro ugh t-iroa **bridge the greatest load which can be brought upon it, added to the** weigh t of the super ptracturt, should not produce & greater btraiu* on any part of the material than... | |
| 1899
...such recommendation being that " the greatest load which can be brought upon the bridge or structure, **added to the weight of the superstructure, should not produce a greater strain** in any part than oj tons per square inch." As regards the use of steel for shipbuilding purposes, in... | |
| Charles Philip Cotton - 1861 - 111 páginas
...inspecting officers. The regulations require that, in bridges of wrought iron, the greatest weight that **can be brought upon it, added to the weight of the superstructure,** shall not produce a greater strain on any part of the material than five tons per square inch. In bridges... | |
| Bindon Blood Stoney - 1869
...not exceed one-sixth of their breaking- strain — French rule for wrought-lron railway bridges. — **The following rule has been laid down by the Board...can be brought upon it, added to the weight of the** superJ Strain 1 Weight on Middle of Girder. per square inch of net section on Bottom I No. of Changes.... | |
| Bindon Blood Stoney - 1869
...area of the web, or 0-158 square * Utef*l Information for Engineeri ; third eeries, p. 801. structure, **should not produce a greater strain on any part of the material than** five tons per square inch." This rule is generally confined to parts in tension while the usual limit... | |
| Henry Wray - 1872
...with ordinary practice, and do not exceed the limit laid down in the Board of Trade Rules. " Rule 11. **In a wrought.iron bridge the greatest load which can...a greater strain on any part of the material than** five tons per square inch. The heaviest engines in use on railways afford a measure of the greatest... | |
| Edward Spon - 1873
...greatest moving load. For wronght-iron railway bridges, the rule of the Board of Trade ia ; — lu **a wrought-iron bridge, the greatest load which can be brought upon it,** plus the weight of the superstructure, shall not produce a greater strain upon any part of the material... | |
| Charles Philip Cotton - 1874 - 181 páginas
...of the superstructure, added to six times the greatest moving load that can be brought upon it. 1 8. **In a wrought-iron bridge the greatest load which can...a greater strain* on any part of the material than** five tons per square inch. The heaviest engines in use on railways afford a measure of the greatest... | |
| Charles Philip Cotton - 1874 - 181 páginas
...the superstructure, added to. six times the greatest moving load that can be brought upon it. 1 8. **In a wrought-iron bridge the greatest load which can...a greater strain* on any part of the material than** five tons per square inch. The heaviest engines in use on railways afford a measure of the greatest... | |
| Edward Spon, Oliver Byrne, Ernest Spon, Francis N. Spon - 1874
...the greatest moving load. For wrought-iron railway bridges, the rulo of the Loara of Trade is; — **In a wrought-iron bridge, the greatest load which can be brought upon it,** plus the weight of the superstructure, shall not produce a greater strain upon any part of the material... | |
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