| American shool of correspondence, Chicago - Science - 1904
...with 1 *-0'" in (A) in Fig. 27 as radius. Now taking a radius equal to 0^-2*- in (A) with 0 in Fig. 30 **as center, describe the arc 2, which intersect by an arc struck from** 1 as center, and with 1-2 in Fig. 29 as radius. Draw lines from corner to corner in Fig. 30, which... | |
| American School (Lansing, Ill.) - Mechanical drawing - 1906
...as radius, intersect the arc 2' in G. Now with radius equal to 1-2" in the true section, and 1 in G **as center, describe the arc 2, which intersect by an arc struck from** 2' as center and with 2°-2' in B as radius. Proceed in this manner, using alternately as radii, first... | |
| Machine-shop practice - 1906
...Gas radius, intersect the arc 2' in G. Now with radius equal to 1-2" in the true section, and l in G **as center, describe the arc 2, which intersect by an arc struck from** 2 ' as center and with 2°-2' in B as radhis. Proceed in this manner, using alternately as radii, first... | |
| Alfred Grant King, William Neubecker - Furnaces - 1914 - 280 pages
...length i' 10 as radius. With i" 2" in the half pattern of lower pipe as radius and I in the pattern **as center, describe the arc 2, which intersect by an arc struck from** 10 as center and 10 2 in diagram as radius. With 10' 9' in the half pattern of upper pipe as radius,... | |
| Hall V. Williams - Tinsmithing - 1917 - 359 pages
...trace the curve from 9 to 6. Now with a radius equal to 2-6 in diagram A and with 6 in the pattern **as center, describe the arc 2, which intersect by an arc struck from** i as center, and 1-2 of the half section in the side elevation as radius. With radii equal to 2-5,... | |
| American Technical Society - Technology & Engineering - 1919
...1"-0'" in (A) in Fig. 27 as radius. Now taking a radius equal to O v -2« in (A) with 0 in Fig. 30 **as center, describe the arc 2, which intersect by an arc struck from** 1 as center, and with 1-2 in Fig. 29 as radius. Draw lines from corner to corner in Fig. 30, which... | |
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