The Journal of the Iron and Steel Institute, Volume 57

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The Institute, 1900 - Iron industry and trade
Includes section "A survey of literature on the manufacture and properties of iron and steel, and kindred subjects" (title varies)
 

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Page 412 - The Crystal Falls iron-bearing district of Michigan, by JM Clements and HL Smyth; with a chapter on the Sturgeon River tongue, by WS Bayley, and an introduction by CR Van Hise.
Page 218 - The entire process of manufacture and testing shall he in accordance with the best current practice, special care being given to the following instructions : — Ingots shall be kept in a vertical position in pit heating furnaces; no bled ingots shall be used; sufficient material shall be discarded from the top of the ingot to insure sound rails.
Page 393 - He was a Member of the Institution of Civil Engineers, and a Fellow of the Sanitary Institute.
Page 231 - ... metal is most drawn out or worked. When forgings have large ends or collars, the test specimens shall be taken from a prolongation of the same diameter or section as that of the forging back of the large end or collar. In the case of hollow shafting, either forged or bored, the specimen shall be taken within the finished section prolonged, half way between the inner and outer surface of the wall of the forging. 7. The specimen for bending test one inch by one-half inch (i" x J^") shall be cut...
Page 227 - For other material the test specimen may be the same as for sheared plates, or it may be planed or turned parallel throughout its entire length and, in all cases where possible, two opposite sides of the test specimens shall be the rolled surfaces.
Page 231 - One cold bending specimen and one quenched bending specimen will be furnished from each plate as it is rolled. Two cold bending specimens and two quenched bending specimens will be furnished from each melt of rivet rounds. The homogeneity test for fire-box steel shall be made on one of the broken tensile test specimens.
Page 215 - AMERICAN SECTION OF THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR TESTING MATERIALS " ON SPECIFICATIONS FOR WROUGHT IRON AND STEEL. [BULLETINS Nos. 8-18.] LED BY PROF. MANSFIELD MERRIMAN, CE, Chairman of the American Section, Lehigh University, South Bethlehem, Pa. 1. The processes of manufacture. 2. Chemical composition. 3. Elastic limit and yield point. 4. Ultimate strength, elongation...
Page 130 - ... we may and do get alloys of atomic composition or metallo-metallic salts. But the temperature of fusion of these is never, so far as I am aware, lower than that of either (both) of the constituents ; they are not eutectic.
Page 229 - ... correspond with the direction in which the metal is most drawn out or worked. When forgings have large ends or collars, the test specimens shall be taken from a prolongation of the same diameter or section as that of the forging back of the large end or collar. In the case of hollow shafting, either forged or bored, the specimen shall be taken within the finished section prolonged, half-way between the inner and outer surface of the wall of the forging. 7. Test Specimen for Bending. — The specimen...
Page 230 - For the purposes of this specification, the yield point shall be determined by the careful observation of the drop of the beam or halt in the gauge of the testing machine.

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