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" ... changes of temperature ; although time is an element in the change which takes place in every material, any increase of deflection in a loaded girder may be traced to atmospheric action, vibration, change of load and temperature : remove these disturbing... "
Notes on Building Construction: Materials course for honors - Seite 316
1892
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Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel ..., Band 52

Sholto Percy - 1850
...change of load and temperature : remove these disturbing causes and the deflection will remain fixed. Cast iron of average quality loses strength when heated beyond a mean temperature of 220° ; becoming more ductile and less rigid to resist an uniform strain, and becomes insecure at the...
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The Mechanics' Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal, and Gazette, Band 52

1850
...change of load and temperature : remove these disturbing causes and the deflection will remain fixed. Cast iron of average quality loses strength when heated beyond a mean temperature of 220" ; becoming more ductile and less rigid to resist an uniform strain, and becomes insecure at the...
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The Civil Engineer and Architect's Journal, Band 13

William Laxton - 1850
...change of load, and temperature : remove these disturbing causes and the deflection will remain fixed. Cast iron of average quality loses strength when heated beyond a mean temperature of 220°, becoming more ductile and less rigid to resist an uniform strain, and becomes insecure at the...
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The useful metals and their alloys: including mining ventilation, mining ...

John Scoffern - 1857 - 654 Seiten
...irregularity and greater rigidity of that description of iron. On the whole, we may infer that cast-iron, of average quality, loses strength when heated beyond...temperature of 120° ; and it becomes insecure at the freezing-point, or under 82° of Fahrenheit. On Wrought Iron Beams. — Of late years the extensive...
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The useful metals and their alloys, by J. Scoffern [and others].

Useful metals, John Scoffern - 1857
...irregularity and greater rigidity of that description of iron. On the whole, we may infer that cast-iron, of average quality, loses strength when heated beyond...mean temperature of 120°; and it becomes insecure at tho freezing-point, or under 32" of Fahrenheit. On Wrought Iron Beams. — Of late years the extensive...
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Notes on building construction [by P.G.L. Smith].

Percy Gaillemard L. Smith - 1879
...as follows : — Strength of pigs First melting Fourth melting . 5 to 6^ tons per square inch. »-3 12-4 The effect of remelting varied considerably,...at the freezing point, or under 32° Fahrenheit." 2 At a red heat its original strength is diminished by J. A mass of cast iron raised to a red heat...
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Van Nostrand's Engineering Magazine, Band 23

1880
...tested. The summary of his evidence on these points were as follows : " On the whole, we may infer that cast iron of average quality, loses strength when heated beyond a mean temperature of 220°, and it becomes insecure at the freezing point, or under 32° Fahrenheit." The next series of...
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A Practical Treatise on High Pressure Steam Boilers: Including Results of ...

William Miller Barr - 1880 - 45 Seiten
...temperature on granular iron? Sir William Fairbairn ascertained, in his experiments, that on the whole cast iron of average quality loses strength when heated beyond a mean temperature of one hundred and twenty degrees, and that it becomes insecure at the freezing point or under thirty-...
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The Materials of Engineering: Iron and steel. 1883

Robert Henry Thurston - 1883
...1837. t On the Application of Wrought and Cast Iron to Building Purposes : London, 1844, p. 66. that cast iron, of average quality, loses strength when heated beyond a mean temperature of 120° Fahr. (49° Cent.), and that it becomes insecure at the freezing point, or under 32° Fahr. (o° Cent.)."...
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Van Nostrand's Engineering Magazine, Band 9

1873
...generally and more perfectly understood. 42. Mr. Fairbairn remarks :* " On the whole, we may infer that cast iron, of average quality, loses strength, when heated beyond a mean temperature of 120 deg., and that it becomes insecure at the freezing point, or under 32 deg. Fahr." He supposed that...
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