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" Iron highly heated and suddenly cooled in water is hardened, and the breaking strain, when gradually applied, increased, but at the same time it is rendered more liable to snap. 44. Iron, like steel, is softened, and the breaking strain reduced, by being... "
The Theory of Strains in Girders and Similar Structures: With Observations ... - Página 306
por Bindon Blood Stoney - 1873 - 632 páginas
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The Theory of Strains in Girders and Similar Stuctures with ..., Volumen2

Bindon Blood Stoney - 1869
...rivets is found to be about a fourth less than the tensile strain. 43. Iron highly heated and nuddenly cooled in water is hardened, and the breaking strain,...additional hammering. 47. The galvanizing or tinning of iron-plates, produces no sensible effects on plates of the thickness experimented on. The result, however,...
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A Treatise on Civil Engineering

Dennis Hart Mahan - 1873 - 513 páginas
...softened, and the breaking strain reduced by being heated and allowed to cool slowly. 30. Iron, subjected to the cold-rolling process, has its breaking strain...by being " consolidated," as previously supposed. 31. Specimens cut out of crank-shaft are improved by additional hammering. 32. The galvanizing or tinning...
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A Treatise on Civil Engineering

Dennis Hart Mahan - 1875 - 607 páginas
...softened, and the breaking strain reduced by being heated and allowed to cool slowly. 30. Iron, subjected to the cold-rolling process, has its breaking strain...greatly increased by being made extremely hard, and uot by being " consolidated,'' as previously supposed. 31. Specimens cut out of crank-shaft are improved...
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A Treatise on Civil Engineering

Dennis Hart Mahan - 1877 - 607 páginas
...softened, and the breaking strain rednced by being heated and allowed to cool slowly. 30. Iron, subjected to the cold-rolling process, has its breaking strain...by being " consolidated," as previously supposed. 31. Specimens cut out of crank-shaft are improved by additional hammering. 32. The galvanizing or tinning...
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Manual for Railroad Engineers and Engineering Students: Containing the Rules ...

George Leonard Vose - 1878 - 570 páginas
...softened and the breaking strain reduced by being heated and allowed to cool slowly. 45. Iron, subjected to the cold.rolling process, has its breaking strain..."consolidated," as previously supposed. 46. Specimens cut out of a crank-shaft are improved by additional hammering. 47. The galvanizing or tinning of iron plates produces...
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Manual for Railroad Engineers and Engineering Students: Containing the Rules ...

George Leonard Vose - 1881 - 570 páginas
...softened and the breaking strain reduced by being heated and allowed to cool slowly. 45. Iron, subjected to the cold-rolling process, has its breaking strain...increased by being made extremely hard, and not by being " consolidated,".as ipreviously supposed. 46. Specimens cut out of a crank-shaft are improved by additional...
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Applied Mechanics

Gaetano Lanza - 1885
...and allowed to cool slowly. 45°. Iron subjected to the cold-rolling process has its breakingstrain greatly increased by being made extremely hard, and...effects on plates of the thickness experimented on. The results, however, may be different should the plates be extremely thin. 48°. The breaking-strain is...
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The Theory of Stresses in Girders and Similar Structures: With Practical ...

Bindon Blood Stoney - 1886 - 777 páginas
...heated and allowed to cool slowly. 20. Iron subject to the cold-rolling process has its breaking stress greatly increased by being made extremely hard, and...by being " consolidated," as previously supposed. 21. The galvanizing or tinning of iron plates produces no sensible effects on plates of the thickness...
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The Elasticity and Resistance of the Materials of Engineering

William Hubert Burr - 1903 - 990 páginas
...running the risk of being burned) the greater is the increase of strength by being plunged into oil. 37. In a highly converted or hard steel the increase..."consolidated" as previously supposed. 46. Specimens cut out of crank-shafts are improved by additional hammering. 47. The galvanizing or tinning of iron plates produces...
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The Elasticity and Resistance of the Materials of Engineering

William Hubert Burr - 1903 - 996 páginas
...larger in diameter than those used in riveting iron plates of the same thickness being found to lie greatly too small for riveting steel plates, the probability..."consolidated" as previously supposed. 46. Specimens cut out of crank-shafts are improved by additional hammering. 47. The galvanizing or tinning of iron plates produces...
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