The Design of Highway Bridges of Steel, Timber and Concrete

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McGraw-Hill book Company, Incorporated, 1920 - Bridges - 548 pages
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Page 429 - ... instrument; that he knows the seal of said corporation; that the seal affixed to said instrument is such corporate seal ; that it was so affixed by order of the board of directors of said corporation, and that he signed his name thereto by like order.
Page 473 - When general reaming is required it shall be done after the pieces forming one built member are assembled and firmly bolted together. If necessary to take the pieces apart for shipping and handling, the respective pieces reamed together shall be so marked that they may be reassembled in the same position in the final setting up. No interchange of reamed parts will be allowed.
Page 429 - On the day of in the year , before me personally came to me known, who, being by me duly sworn, did depose and say that he resided in...
Page 163 - If splice plates are not in direct contact with the parts which they connect, rivets shall be used on each side of the joint in excess of the number required in the case of direct contact to the extent of two extra lines for each intervening plate.
Page 290 - T-beams shall not exceed one-fourth of the span length of the beam, and its overhanging width on either side of the web shall not exceed eight times the thickness of the slab nor one-half the clear distance to the next beam.
Page 232 - Combined Stresses. — Members subject to both axial and bending stresses shall be proportioned so that the combined fiber stresses will not exceed the allowed axial stress.
Page 234 - I = the length of the member in inches, r = the least radius of gyration of the member in inches. Tension in extreme fibers of rolled shapes, built sections and girders, net section 16,000 Tension in extreme fibers of pins 24,000...
Page 475 - The purchaser shall be furnished complete shop plans, and must be notified well in advance of the start of the work in the shop, in order that he may have an inspector on hand to inspect material and workmanship. Complete copies of shipping invoices shall be furnished to the purchaser with each shipment.
Page 474 - Rivets shall look neat and finished, with heads of approved shape, full and of equal size. They shall be central on shank and grip the assembled pieces firmly. Recupping and calking will not be allowed. Loose, burned or otherwise defective rivets shall be cut out and replaced. In cutting out rivets great care shall be taken not to injure the adjacent metal.
Page 266 - Pitch Pockets. — 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.

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