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" That as it has appeared that the effect of velocity communicated to a load is to increase the deflection that it would produce if set at rest upon the bridge; also that the dynamical increase in bridges of less than 40 feet in length is of sufficient... "
Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art - Page 24
by David Ames Wells, Charles Robert Cross, George Bliss, John Trowbridge, William Ripley Nichols, Samuel Kneeland - 1851
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Pamphlets on English Public Works and Engineering

Great Britain - 1800
...percussion, it is advisable that the greatest load in railway bridges should in no cage exceed one-sixth of the weight which would break the beam when laid on at rest in the centre." — Vide Report of the Iron Commission, page xviii. eminent authorities, and had taken steps to obtain...
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The Civil Engineer and Architect's Journal, Volume 28

William Laxton - Civil engineering - 1865
...percussion, it is advisable that the greatest load in railway bridges shall in no case exceed one-sixth of the weight which would break the beam when laid on at rest in the centre.|| Emersou showed, more than sixty years ago, that the stress tending to split in two an internally perfectly...
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The Civil Engineer and Architect's Journal, Volume 13

William Laxton - Civil engineering - 1850
...percussion, it is advisable that the greatest load in railway bridges should in no case exceed one-sixth of the weight which would break the beam when laid...that the dynamical increase in bridges of less than 40 feet in length is of sufficient importance to demand attention, and may even for lengths of 20 feet...
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Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel ..., Volume 52

Sholto Percy - Industrial arts - 1850
...percussion, it is advisable that the greatest load in railway bridges shoulJ in no case exceed onesixth of the weight which would break the beam when laid...that it would produce if set at rest upon the bridge, and also that dynamical increase in bridges of less than 40 feet in length is of sufficient importance...
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The Mechanics' Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal, and Gazette, Volume 52

Industrial arts - 1850
...percussion, it is advisable that the greatest load in railway bridges should in no case exceed onesixth of the weight which would break the beam when laid...that it would produce if set at rest upon the bridge, and also that dynamical increase in bridges of less than 40 feet in length is of sufficient importance...
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Iron Applied to Railway Structures: Comprising an Abstract of Results of ...

George Drysdale Dempsey - Iron and steel bridges - 1850 - 42 pages
...percussion, it is advisable that the greatest load in railway bridges should in no case exceed one-sixth of the weight which would break the beam when laid on at rest in the centre.7 " That, as it has appeared that the effect of velocity communicated to a load is to increase...
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On tubular girder bridges ...: With an abstract of the discussion upon the paper

Sir William Fairbairn - Bridges, Tubular - 1851 - 56 pages
...percussion, it is advisable that the greatest load in railway bridges should in no case exceed one-sixth of the weight which would break the beam when laid on at rest in the centre." — Vide Report of the Iron Commission, page xviii. eminent authorities, and had taken steps to obtain...
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Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

David Ames Wells, Charles Robert Cross, George Bliss, John Trowbridge, William Ripley Nichols, Samuel Kneeland - Photography - 1851
...load in railway bridges should in no case exceed one sixth of the weight which would break the lie:,in when laid on at rest in the centre. That, as it has appeared that '.he effect of velocity communicated to a load is to increase the deflection that it would produce...
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Supplement to the theory, practice, and architecture of bridges ...

William Tierney Clark, G˙orgy Andrássy (gróf), István Széchenyi (gróf) - Technology & Engineering - 1853 - 273 pages
...percussion, it is advisable that the greatest load in railway bridges should in no case exceed onesixth of the weight which would break the beam when laid...that the dynamical increase in bridges of less than 40 feet in length is of sufficient importance to demand attention, and may even, for lengths of 20...
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 116

Sydney Smith, Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey, Macvey Napier, William Empson, Sir George Cornewall Lewis, Arthur Ralph Douglas Elliot (Hon.), Henry Reeve, Harold Cox - 1862
...conditions of safety will be' realised if the greatest load on a railway bridge does not exceed ' one-sixth of the weight which would break the beam when laid ' on at rest in its centre.' Among many other useful practical suggestions the Committee recommend, that ' engineers...
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