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angle bar area of sheeting arrangement of Fig beam bending action bottom curb brim butt joints calculated cantilever caulking cleats considerable contained liquid convenient cost course curb angle curb or rail curved cylindrical tank depth diameter dished bottoms economy edges effects flange flat floor joist floor plates foot run girders give gusseted hence holes hoop stress horizontal rail inch increase indicated in Fig lap joints length less liquid head liquid pressure liquid surface loading magnitude maximum bending maximum bending moment means method necessary obtained ordinary plate thickness point of contraflexure practical proportions purlins raking stays rectangular tank reduced regards resistance rivets shear shell proper shown in Fig side supports side walls stanchions stiffeners strake sufficient suitable supporting joists tank walls tensile stress tension tightness against leakage tons per sq top curb transverse trusses wall plates wall sheeting weight whence width
Page 6 - The tensile strength of rivet bars should be from 26 to 30 tons per sq. in. with an elongation of not less than 25 per cent, in a length of 10 inches.
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Page ii - A GENERAL MANAGER " (ALFRED j. LIVERSEDGE, AMICE), Author of " Engineering Estimates, Costs and Accounts," THE primary aim of this work is to endeavour to fill that gap which exists in every scheme of , professional or business training : that is to say, the interval between college or apprenticeship, and active and responsible participation in business. The chapters dealing with the world's markets for...
Page 93 - The outward pressure of the liquid contents against the walls of the tank increases uniformly from zero at the surface of the liquid to a maximum at the bottom of the tank.
Page 89 - ... w is the weight of the liquid in pounds per cubic foot.