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" The tensile strength of rivet bars should be from 26 to 30 tons per sq. in. with an elongation of not less than 25 per cent, in a length of 10 inches. "
Tank Construction: Relating Principally to the Design, Manufacture and ... - Page 6
by Ernest George Beck - 1921 - 265 pages
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Report of the Chief of Ordnance to the Secretary of War

United States. Army. Ordnance Department - 1890
...square inch of section, with notices than 55 per cent, of contraction of area at point of fracture and an elongation of not less than 25 per cent, in a length of 8 inches. All plates must be plainly stamped with name of maker, brand, and tensile strength, brands...
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Marine Boiler Management and Construction: Being a Treatise on Boiler ...

Johann Phillip Edmond Charles Stromeyer - Steam-boilers, Marine - 1893 - 343 pages
...!W•t be passed. Rivet Bars and Rivets. — The tensile strength of rivet bars should be from 26 to 30 tons per sq. in. with an elongation of not less than 25 per cent, in a length of 10 inches. The rivets before being tested should be carefully prepared, and the elongation should...
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Marine Boiler Management and Construction: Being a Treatise on Boiler ...

Johann Phillip Edmond Charles Stromeyer - Steam-boilers, Marine - 1893 - 343 pages
...be passed. Rivet Bars and Rivets. — The tensile strength of rivet bars should be from 26 to .',0 tons per sq. in. with an elongation of not less than 25 per cent, in a length of 10 inches. The rivets before being tested should be carefully prepared, and the elongation should...
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Annual Report of the Secretary of War

United States. War Department - 1893
...square inch of section, with not less than 55 per cent of contraction of area at point of fracture and an elongation of not less than 25 per cent in a length of 8 inches. All plates must be plainly stamped with name of maker, brand, and tensile strength ; brands...
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The Marine Steam Engine ...

Richard Sennett - Marine engines - 1898 - 519 pages
...bars and rivets. — The tensile strength of rivet bars should be from 26 to 30 tons per square inch, with an elongation of not less than 25 per cent. in a length of 10 inches. The rivets before being tested should be carefully prepared, and the elongation should,...
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The Railway Engineer, Volume 26

Railroad engineering - 1905
...do so. The ultimate tensile strain that the material will stand to be not less than 25 or more than 30 tons per sq. in., with an elongation of not less than 22 per cent, in Sins, when the thickness of the sample is more than ,•;, in., and at least 20 per...
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Boilers

Edge Moor iron company, Edge Moor, Del - Steam-boilers, Water-tube - 1905 - 93 pages
...than 55,000 pounds per square inch ; an elastic limit of not less than 30,000 pounds per square inch, an elongation of not less than 25 per cent, in a length of 8", with a reduction of area of not less thaVi 50 per cent. The strips cut from the plates for testing...
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Henley's Encyclopaedia of Practical Engineering and Allied Trades ...

1908
...bars in steel for boiler quality must have a tensile strength of 24 to -1 tons per square inch, and an elongation of not less than 25 per cent. in a length of 8 in. Ship rivet bars have a strength of 26 to 30 tons with the same elongation. Stag bars, 27 to...
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Henley's encyclopędia of practical engineering and allied trades: a ...

Joseph Gregory Horner - Science - 1908
...bars in steel for boiler quality must have a tensile strength of 24 to 27 tons per square inch, and an elongation of not less than 25 per cent. in a length of 8 in. Ship rivet bars have a strength of 26 to 30 tons with the same elongation. Stay bars, 27 to...
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The Theory and Practice of Bridge Construction, in Timber, Iron and Steel

Morgan William Davies - Bridges - 1908 - 594 pages
...have an ultimate tensile strength of not less than 28 tons per square inch of original section, and an elongation of not less than 25 per cent, in a length of eight inches, and it must be capable of being bent double, both hot and cold, without showing cracks...
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