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" ... in themselves calculated as sufficient to resist the end strain on the breech, independently of the strength afforded by the tube. The whole is encased in hoops shrunk upon the exterior of the coil, for the treble... "
Minutes of Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers - Page 102
by Institution of Civil Engineers (Great Britain) - 1884
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Report of the Chief of Ordnance to the Secretary of War

United States. Army. Ordnance Department - 1882
...upon the thickness of barrel only, but in the new one layers of longitudinal ribbons are interposed between the coils in the proportion of one longitudinal layer to four circular layers. The longitudinals «re secure«! to the trunnion ring at one end, and to a breech ring at the other, and are iu themselves...
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Van Nostrand's Engineering Magazine, Volume 26

Engineering - 1882
...upon the thickness of barrel only ; but in the new one, layers of longitudinal ribbons were interposed between the coils, in the proportion of one longitudinal layer to four circular layers. The longitudinals were secured to the trunnion ring at one end and to a breech ring at the other, and were in themselves...
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The Marine Engineer, Volume 1

1882
...upon the thickness of barrel only ; but in the new one, layers of longitudinal ribbonsVere interposed between the coils, in the proportion of one longitudinal layer to four circular layers. The longitudinals were secured to the runnion ring at one end and to a breech-ring at the other, and were in themselves...
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The Establishment of Steel Gun Factories in the United States

William Henry Jaques - Firearms industry and trade - 1884 - 379 pages
...upon the thickness of barrel only, but in the new one layers of longitudinal ribbons are interposed between the coils in the proportion of one longitudinal...circular layers. The longitudinals are secured to the trunnion-ring at one end, and to a breech-ring at the other, and are in themselves calculated as sufficient...
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Technology Quarterly and Proceedings of the Society of Arts, Volume 6

Industrial arts - 1893
...one longitudinal to four transverse layers. Of this particular construction Armstrong has written : " The longitudinals are secured to the trunnion ring at one end and to a breech ring at the other, and are in themselves calculated as sufficient to resist the end strain on the breech inde- » pendently...
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The United Service Magazine, Volume 158, Page 1

Military art and science - 1882
...upon the thickness of barrel only, but in the new one, layers of longitudinal ribbons are interposed between the coils, in the proportion of one longitudinal...ring at one end and to a breech ring at the other, and are in themselves calculated as sufficient to resist the end strain on the breech, independently...
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Marine Engineer and Naval Architect, Volumes 3-4

Marine engineering - 1882
...upon the thickness of barrel only ; but in the new one, layers of longitudinal ribbons were interposed between the coils, in the proportion of one longitudinal layer to four circular layers. The longitudinals were secured to the runnion ring at one end and to a breech-ring at the other, and were in themselves...
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