Car Builders' Dictionary, Volume 11
Simmons-Boardman, 1925 - Railroad cars
Definitions and typical illustrations of railroads and industrial cars, their parts and equipment; cars built in America for export to foreign countries; descriptions and illustrations of shops and equipment employed in the construction and repair of cars.
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Page 1077 - This analysis shall be made from drillings taken at least 1 in. beneath the surface of a test ingot obtained during the pouring of the melt. The chemical composition thus determined shall be reported to the purchaser or his representative and shall conform to the requirements specified in Section 6.
Page 141 - The inspector representing the purchaser shall have free entry, at all times while work on the contract of the purchaser is being performed, to all parts of the manufacturer's works which concern the manufacture of the material ordered. The manufacturer shall afford the inspector, free of cost, all reasonable facilities to satisfy him that the material is being furnished in accordance with these specifications.
Page 710 - Section 4, which represent rejected bars, shall be preserved for two weeks from the date of the test report. In case of dissatisfaction with the results of the tests, the manufacturer may make claim for a rehearing within that time.
Page 1085 - Inspection. a The inspector representing the purchaser shall have free entry, at all times while work on the contract of the purchaser is being performed, to all parts of the manufacturer's works which concern the manufacture of the material ordered. The manufacturer shall afford the inspector...
Page 1079 - All tests (except check analyses) and inspection shall be made at the place of manufacture prior to shipment, unless otherwise specified, and shall be so conducted as not to interfere unnecessarily with the operation of the works.
Page 707 - ... (b) Any stamping by the inspector shall be so placed as not to be detrimental to the life or service of the spring.
Page 1109 - Pitch pockets are openings between the grain of the wood containing more or less pitch or bark. These shall be classified as small, standard and large pitch pockets.
Page 708 - The purchaser may make the tests to govern the acceptance or rejection of material in his own laboratory or elsewhere. Such tests, however, shall be made at the expense of the purchaser.
Page 709 - ... are as follows : Class A, for elliptical and helical springs. Class B, for helical springs. I. MANUFACTURE. 2. Process. — The steel shall be made by the open-hearth, crucible or electric process. II. CHEMICAL PROPERTIES AND TESTS. 3. Chemical Composition. — The steel shall conform to the following requirements as to chemical composition: ELEMENTS CONSIDERED.
Page 694 - ... (b) If any test specimen shows defective machining or develops flaws, it may be discarded and another specimen substituted. (c) If the percentage of elongation of any tension test specimen is less than that specified in Section 6 (a) and any part of the fracture is more than } in.