Extension Series, Issues 1-15

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Purdue University, 1922
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Page 99 - I see by little and little more of what is to be done, and how it is to be done, should I ever be able to do it.
Page 16 - This analysis shall be made from drillings taken at least } 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 5 (a) . Check Analyses 7.
Page 18 - ... the roadside. The rolling should continue while the screenings are being spread, so that the jarring effect of the roller will cause them to settle to the bottom. Care should be exercised not to apply the screenings too fast and choke the stone, but the large stone should be kept in sight at all times. Continue to add screenings until all voids are filled, the direct bearing of the roller still on the coarse aggregate.
Page 90 - But the point to which I wish to call your attention is this. The question whether you accept the one or the other of these views is comparatively of small importance.
Page 104 - Care of Roads During the Spring Break-up, by Ben H. Petty, 1923. CIRCULAR No. 2. Watthour Meter Accuracy on Light Low Power Factor Loads, by DD Ewing and DT Canfield, 1924. CIRCULAR .No. 3. Hints on Automobile Maintenance, by HA Huebotter, 1924. CIRCULAR No. 4. Operation of Three Phase Induction Motors Under Abnormal Supply Conditions, by DD Ewing and CF Bowman. CIRCULAR No. 5. Publications of Engineering Experiment Station and Engineering Extension Service.
Page 155 - Mimeographs The following material has been issued in mimeograph form : FOUNDRY CONDITIONS IN INDIANA, RE Wendt, 1922. STATUS OF CITY PLANNING IN INDIANA, GE Lommel, 1923. CITY PLANNING AND THE REALTOR, HM Dickman, Evansville, Indiana, 1923. OUR HOUSING PROBLEM AND ITS RELATION TO CITY PLANNING, LC Smith, University of Wisconsin, 1923. THE CITY TOPOGRAPHIC SURVEY IN CITY PLANNING, RH Randall, Toledo, Ohio, 1923.
Page 38 - Time to Use Grader or Planer The best results are obtained with the blade grader or planer early in the season, just when the frost is leaving the surface, or after a rainy period of several days, at which time the entire surface has become so thoroughly soaked and softened up that material moved from the high places will bond readily where it drops into the low places. Motor trucks are used to good advantage for pulling the grader or planer.
Page 17 - Blocks of wood (1J times thickness of course to be formed) shall be used to fix the depth of the loose stone; care must be taken to preserve the grade and crown, also to prevent a wavy surface. It shall then be covered with dry screenings, swept and rolled dry, after which the road shall be sprinkled until saturated, the sprinkler being followed by the roller. More screenings shall be added, if necessary, and the sweeping, sprinkling, and rolling shall continue until a grout has...
Page 116 - ... power to make this new kind of regulations. "So rapid has been the growth of the movement, that Mr. Hoover has appointed an Advisory Committee on Zoning, for the Department of Commerce. In a pamphlet called 'A Zoning Primer' this committee answers the question 'What is Zoning?
Page 116 - Zoning gives everyone who lives or does business in a community a chance for the reasonable enjoyment of his rights. At the same time it protects him from unreasonable injury by neighbors who would seek private gain at his expense. "Zoning regulations differ in different districts according to the determined uses of the land for residence, business, or manufacturing, and according to the advisable heights and ground areas. "But these differing regulations are the same for all districts of the same...

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