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" At least one sample in three must bend 180 degrees to this curve without cracking. When nicked on one side, and bent by a blow from a sledge, the fracture must be nearly all fibrous, showing but few crystalline specks. 109. Specimens from angle, plate... "
Minutes of Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers - Page 265
by Institution of Civil Engineers (Great Britain) - 1884
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Annual Reports of the War Department, Part 3

United States. War Department - 1882
...square inch. Betiding leste. — All iron for tension members must bend cold, for about 90 degrees to a curve whose diameter is not over twice the thickness...cracking. At least one sample in three must bend 180 degrees to this curve without cracking. When nicked on one side, and bent by a blow from a sledge,...
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House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th ..., Volume 22

United States. Congress. House - United States
...inch. Binding /</*. — All iron for tension members must bend cold, for about 90 degrees to a cnrye whose diameter is not over twice the, thickness of...without cracking. At least one sample in three must bend l-'O degrees to this curve without cracking. Then nicked on one side, and bent by a blow from a sledge,...
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A System of Iron Railroad Bridges for Japan, Volume 1

John Alexander Low Waddell - Bridges - 1885 - 258 pages
...pounds, and elongate 10 per cent. All iron for" tension members must bend cold, for about 90 degrees, to a curve whose diameter is not over twice the thickness...cracking. At least one sample in three must bend 180 degrees to this curve without cracking. When nicked on one side, and bent by a blow from a sledge,...
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Mechanics of the Girder: A Treatise on Bridges and Roofs, in which the ...

John Davenport Crehore - Girders - 1886 - 575 pages
...per cent in S inches. 7. All iron for tension members must bend cold, for about 90 degrees, Bendingto a curve whose diameter is not over twice the thickness of the piece, t*u. without cracking. At least one sample in three must bend 180 degrees to this curve without cracking....
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The Elasticity and Resistance of the Materials of Engineering

William Hubert Burr - Building materials - 1888 - 753 pages
...pounds, and elongate 10 per cent. 108. All iron for tension members must bend cold, for about 90 degrees, to a curve whose diameter is not over twice the thickness...cracking. At least one sample in three must bend 180 degrees to this curve without cracking. When nicked on one side, and bent by a blow from a sledge,...
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Journal of Proceedings

Budget - 1889
...10 per cent. All iron for tension members must be capable of being bent cold, for about 90 degrees to a curve whose diameter is not over twice the thickness...cracking. At least one sample in three must bend 180 degrees to this curve without cracking. When nicked on one side, and bent by a blow from a sledge,...
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The Washington Bridge Over the Harlem River, at 181st Street, New ..., Volume 1

William Rich Hutton - Arch bridges - 1889 - 90 pages
...per cent. All iron for tension members must be capable of being bent cold, for about ninety degrees, to a curve whose diameter is not over twice the thickness...cracking. At least one sample in three must bend 180 degrees to this curve without cracking. When nicked on one side and bent by a blow from a sledge, the...
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The Strains in Framed Structures: With Numerous Applications to Cranes ...

Augustus Jay Du Bois - Bridges - 1890 - 530 pages
...Bending Tests. -> ,, , _. , i •52. All iron for tension members must bend cold for about oo degrees, to a curve whose diameter is not over twice the thickness...cracking. At least one sample in three must bend 180 degrees to this curve without cracking. When nicked on one side, and bent by a blow from a sledge,...
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Compound Riveted Girders: As Applied in the Construction of Buildings. With ...

William Harvey Birkmire - Girders - 1893 - 117 pages
...signs of fracture on the convex side. All iron for tension members must bend cold through 90 degrees to a curve whose diameter is not over twice the thickness of the piece, without cracking ; at least one example in three must bend through 180 degrees to this curve without cracking. When nicked on one side...
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Pocket Companion Containing Useful Information and Tables Appertaining to ...

Carnegie Steel Company - Steel - 1893 - 303 pages
...cent, in 8 inches. 177 9. Specimens from angle and other shaped iron must bend cold through 90 degrees to a curve whose diameter is not over twice the thickness of the piece, without cracking. PLATES. 10. The same sized specimens, taken from plates 8 inches to 24 inches in width, shall show...
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