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Page 88 - No. 23. THE FATIGUE OF METALS UNDER REPEATED STRAINS. With various Tables of Results and Experiments. From the German of Prof. Ludwig Spangenburgh, with a Preface by SH Shreve, AM No.
Page 176 - No. 37. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYING: ITS USES, METHODS, and Results. By Frank De Yeaux Carpenter, CE No.
Page 440 - No. 43. WAVE AND VORTEX MOTION. By Dr. Thomas Craig, of Johns Hopkins University. No. 44. TURBINE WHEELS. By Prof. WP Trowbridge, Columbia College. Second edition. Revised.
Page 404 - We know, also, that every magnet placed in a magnetic field tends to turn round and set itself along the lines of force.
Page 253 - Access for you Is yet preserved to principles of truth, Which the imaginative Will upholds In seats of wisdom, not to be approached By the inferior Faculty that moulds, With her minute and speculative pains, Opinion, ever changing...
Page 88 - No. 47.— LINKAGES ; THE DIFFERENT FORMS AND USES OF ARTICULATED LINKS. By JDC de Roos. No. 48.— THEORY OF SOLID AND BRACED ARCHES By William Cain, CE No 49.— ON THE MOTION OF A SOLID IN A FLUID.
Page 310 - If above that number, one of every additional fifty or portion of fifty. Steel may be received or rejected without a trial of every thickness on the invoice. "The pieces of plate or sheet cut out for testing are to be of parallel width from end to end or for at least 8 inches of the length.
Page 270 - ... (1) Ring armatures, in which the coils are grouped upon a ring, whose principal axis of symmetry is its axis of rotation also. (2) Drum armatures, in which the coils are wound longitudinally over the surface of a drum or cylinder. ;(3) Pole armatures, having coils wound on separate poles, projecting radially all round the periphery of a disk or central hub.