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" The contractor shall furnish, without charge, such specimens (prepared) of the several kinds of material to be used as may be required to determine their character. "
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
...three times its thickness, without cracking. When nicked or bent its fracture must be mostly fibrous. All facilities for inspection of iron and workmanship...He shall furnish, without charge, such specimens, or full sized pieces of the several kinds of iron to be used as may be required to determine their...
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House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th ..., Volume 22

United States. Congress. House - United States
...three times its thickness, without cracking. When nicked or bent its fracture must be mostly fibrous. All facilities for inspection of iron and workmanship...He shall furnish, without charge, such specimens, or full sized pieces of the several kinds of iron to be used as may be required to determine their...
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The Strains in Framed Structures, with Numerous Practical Applications to ...

Augustus Jay Du Bois - Bridges - 1883 - 390 pages
...and steel, and for supervising the workmanship during the progress of the work. 126. The contractor shall furnish without charge such specimens (prepared) of the several kinds of iron and steel to be used, as may be required to determine their character. 127. The contractor shall make,...
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Mechanics of the Girder: A Treatise on Bridges and Roofs, in which the ...

John Davenport Crehore - Girders - 1886 - 575 pages
...soft gray iron. Cast-iron. 11. All facilities for inspection of iron and workmanship shall be Tests, furnished by the contractor. He shall furnish, without...used as may be required to determine their character. 12. Full-sized parts of the structure may be tested at the option of the chief engineer of the railroad...
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The Strains in Framed Structures: With Numerous Applications to Cranes ...

Augustus Jay Du Bois - Bridges - 1890 - 530 pages
...engineer. Inspection. Painting. Erection. INSPECTION. 146. All facilities for inspection of the materials and workmanship shall be furnished by the contractor....specimens (prepared) of the several kinds of iron or steel to be used, as may be required to determine their character. 147. The contractor must furnish...
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General Specifications for Iron and Steel Railroad Bridges and Viaducts

Theodore Cooper - Bridges - 1890 - 25 pages
...acceptance of the Engineer. INSPECTION. inspection. 147. All facilities for inspection of the materials and workmanship shall be furnished by the contractor....such specimens (prepared) of the several kinds of steel to be used, as may be required to determine their character. 148. The contractor must furnish...
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The Stresses in Framed Structures: Including the Strength of Materials and ...

Augustus Jay Du Bois - Bridges - 1896 - 617 pages
...acceptance of the Engineer. INSPECTION. inspection. '37- All facilities for inspection of the materials and workmanship shall be furnished by the contractor....specimens (prepared) of the several kinds of iron or steel to be used, as may be required to determine their character. 138. The contractor must furnish...
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Proceedings

Chicago Sanitary District (Ill.). Board of Trustees - Chicago (Ill.) - 1896
...allowed free access to any part of the works in which any portion of the material is made. The contractor shall furnish without charge such specimens (prepared) of the several kinds of material to be used, as may be required to determine their character. Final Acceptance — Any material...
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Steel in Construction: Convenient Rules, FormulŠ and Tables for the ...

Pencoyd Iron Works - Building - 1898 - 346 pages
...free access to any part of the works in which any portion of the material is made. 112. The contractor shall furnish, without charge, such specimens (prepared) of the several kinds of material to be used as may be required to determine their character. 113. Full-sized parts of the structure...
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Proceedings

Chicago Sanitary District. Board of Trustees - Public works - 1898
...allowed free access to any part of the works in which any portion of the material is made. The contractor shall furnish, without charge, such specimens (prepared) of the several kinds of material to be used, as may be required to determine their character. Finai Acceptance — Any material...
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