Take the length of the keel within board (so much as she treads on the ground) and the breadth within board by the midship beam, from plank to plank, and half the breadth for the depth, then multiply the length by the breadth, and that product by the... A treatise on practical mensuration - Page 126by Anthony Nesbit - 1859 - 450 pagesFull view - About this book
| Shipbuilding - 1855
...breadth within-board by the mid-ship beam, from plank to plank, and half the breadth for the depth, then **multiply the length by the breadth, and that product by the depth,** and divide the whole by ninety-four, the quotient will give the true contents of the tonnage." These... | |
| GEORGE BELI - 1856
...breadth within board by the midship beam, from plank to plank, and half the breadth for the depth; then **multiply the length by the breadth, and that product by the depth (or** half the breadth), and divide the whole by 94 : the quotient will give the true content* of the tonnage."... | |
| Alfred Newsom Niblett - 1861
...sides, every opposite two of which are equal and parallel. RULE. Multiply the length by the hreadth, **and that product by the depth or altitude, and it...its length, and the product will be the area of the** sides, to which add twice the are of its end, and the sum will be the whole surface. 2 If the content... | |
| S. M. Saxby - Marine engines - 1862 - 179 pages
...quotient is the area very nearly. MENSUBATION OP SOLIDS. 91. For the cube or parallelopipedon. — **Multiply the length by the breadth and that product by the depth,** and the result will be the solidity. Cylinders or prisms. — Find the area of the base, and multiply... | |
| Oliver Byrne - Engineering - 1863 - 588 pages
...the solidity of a parallelopipedon. — Multiply the length by the breadth, and that product again **by the depth or altitude, and it will give the solidity required.** Required the solidity of a parallelopipedon G ABCDFEIIG, whose length AB is 8 feet, its breadth FD... | |
| Thomas Baker (C.E.) - 1865
...length, breadth, and depth, or altitude, all continually together, for the solid content : that is, **multiply the length by the breadth, and that product by the depth.** FORMULAE. Put I = length, b = breadth, and d = depth of the solid ; sss then S = I bd, I = — , b... | |
| Stoddard A. Felter - Mathematics - 1866 - 303 pages
...yard there are 27 cubic feet. Hence to find the solid contents of a body we have the following (b.) **Rule. — Multiply the LENGTH by the BREADTH, and that product by the** THICKNESS. (c.) Cubic Measure is used in estimating the contents of solids ; as wood, stone, capacity... | |
| Stoddard A. Felter - Arithmetic - 1862 - 282 pages
...yard there are 27 cubic feet. Hence to find the solid contents of a body we have the following (6.) **Rule. — Multiply the LENGTH by the BREADTH, and that product by the** THICKNESS. (e.) Cubic Measure is used in estimating the contents of solids ; as wood, stone, capacity... | |
| Wilshire S. Courtney - Agriculture - 1869 - 506 pages
...CUBIC MI.Av-.rRE. Cubic uich. Cubic foot. Cubic yard. To find the citbic contents of any solid body. **RULE. — Multiply the length by the breadth, and that product by the** thickness. NOTE8. — 1. A load of earth contains a cubic yard, and weighs about 3250 Ibs. 2. Railway... | |
| Marcius Willson - Mechanical drawing - 1881 - 205 pages
...parallelepipeds are not squares. To find the contents of a rectangular (right-angled) parallelopiped : **RULE. — Multiply the length by the breadth, and that product by the depth,** and this last product will give the contents required. The height of the rectangular solid at E, Fig.... | |
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