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" ... but at the same time will not receive the direct touch of the flame from the fuel. It is always well to put two or more cones of different numbers in the kiln, so that warning can be had, not only of the end point of firing, but also of the rapidity... "
The clays of Wisconsin and their uses - Page 34
by Heinrich Ries, F. L. Gallup - 1906 - 259 pages
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Bulletin - Geological Survey of Alabama, Issues 2-6

Geology - 1892
...more cones in the kiln so that warning can be had not only of the approach of the desired temperature but also of the rapidity with which the temperature is rising. In order to determine the temperature of a kiln several cones of separated numbers are put in, as for...
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Reports

Geology - 1900 - 67 pages
...cones in the kiln, so that warning can be had not only of the approach of the desired temperature, but also of the rapidity with which the temperature is rising. In order to determine the temperature of the kiln several cones of separated numbers are put in, as for...
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Bulletin of the New York State Museum, Issue 35

Science - 1900
...cones in the kiln, so that warning can be had not only of the approach of the desired temperature, but also of the rapidity with which the temperature is rising. In order to determine the temperature of a kiln several cones of separated numbers are put in, as for...
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Report

William Bullock Clark, Edward Bennett Mathews - Geology - 1902
...cones in the kiln, so that warning can be had not only of the approach of the desired temperature, but also of the rapidity with which the temperature is rising. In order to determine the temperature of a kiln several cones of separate numbers are put in, as, for...
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Maryland Geological Survey, Volume 4

Maryland Geological Survey - Geology - 1902
...cones in the kiln, so that warning can be had not only of the approach of the desired tempera) ure, but also of the rapidity with which the temperature is rising. In order to determine the temperature of a kiln several cones of separate numbers are put in, as, for...
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Report, Volume 4

Maryland Geological Survey - 1902
...cones in the kiln, so that warning can be had not only of the approach of the desired tempera! are, but also of the rapidity with which the temperature is rising. In order to determine the temperature of a kiln several cones of separate numbers are put in, as, for...
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Final Report of the State Geologist, Volume 6

New Jersey Geological Survey - Science - 1904
...KO ) 22 I jj-jj ^g J 4.9 AhO^gSiO, 2,858 1,570 1,610 1,630 1,650 1,670 1,690 1,710 1,730 1,750 1,770 1,810 1,830 1,850 If the heat is raised too rapidly...kiln, as for example, numbers .08, 1 and 5. If .08 and I are bent over in burning and 5 is not affected, the temperature of the kiln is between I and 5. The...
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Final Report

New Jersey Geological Survey - Geological surveys - 1904
...A',^Sia 2,822 1,550 "c. 1.570 1,590 1,610 1,630 1,650 1,670 1.690 1,710 1,730 1,750 1,770 1.790 i .8 Io 1,830 1,850 If the heat is raised too rapidly the...kiln, as for example, numbers .08, 1 and 5. If .08 and I are bent over in burning and 5 is not affected, the temperature of the kiln is between 1 and 5. The...
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Final Report

New Jersey Geological Survey - Geological surveys - 1904
...AUO, 3 SiO, 3,254 1,790 34 AUO, 2.5 SiO, 3,290 1,810 35 AUO, 2 SiO, 3,326 1,830 36 AUO, 1.5 SiO, 3,362 1,850 If the heat is raised too rapidly the cones...are put in the kiln, as for example, numbers .08, I and 5. If .08 and i are bent over in burning and 5 is not affected, the temperature of the kiln is...
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Bulletin, Issues 1-3

Virginia Division of Mineral Resources - Mines and mineral resources - 1905
...In actual use they are placed in the kiln at a point where they can be watched through a peep-hole, but at the same time will not receive the direct touch...example: numbers .08, 1 and 5. If .08 and 1 are bent in burning and 5 is not affected, the temperature of the kiln is between 1 and 5. The next time numbers...
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