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" The results thus far obtained are sufficient for us to formulate general rules, and the average results obtained are so vastly in excess of all ordinary requirements that they may safely be ignored. A stone so weak as to be likely to crush in the walls... "
...The Physical, Chemical and Economic Properties of Building Stones - Seite 65
von George Perkins Merrill - 1898 - 123 Seiten
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Report

Maryland Geological Survey - 1898
...metamorphism — the change from the amorphous or fragmental condition to one more or less crystalline — has as a rule gone on more extensively among the older...testing now in vogue, a crushing strength of at least 6000 Ibs. to the square inch, while many stones, particularly those of the granite group, will range...
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Report

Maryland Geological Survey - 1898
...metamorphism — the change from the amorphous or fragmental condition to one more or less crystalline — has as a rule gone on more extensively among the older...testing now in vogue, a crushing strength of at least 6000 Ibs. to the square inch, while many stones, particularly those of the granite group, will range...
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Report, Band 2

Maryland Geological Survey - 1898
...past been written on the subject of the crushing strength of building stones, and hundreds of testa have been made, the results of a few of which are...testing now in vogue, a crushing strength of at least 6000 Ibs. to the square inch, while many stones, particularly those of the granite group, will range...
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Report

Maryland Geological Survey - 1898
...extreme cases it is necessary to continue this line of investigation. The results thus far ohtained are sufficient for us to formulate general rules,...testing now in vogue, a crushing strength of at least 6000 lbs. to the square inch, while many stones, particularly those of the granite group, will range...
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Maryland Geological Survey, Band 2

Maryland Geological Survey - 1898
...walls of a building, or even in a window stool, cap or pillar, bears so visible marks of its imfitness as to deceive no one with more than an extremely rudimentary...rare to find a stone that will not show, under the method? of testing now in vogue, a crushing strength of at least 0000 Ibs. to the square inch, while...
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A Preliminary Report on a Part of the Granites and ..., Ausgabe 9,Teil 1

Thomas Leonard Watson - 1902 - 367 Seiten
...the subject of the crushing strength of building stones, and hundreds of tests have been made, * * *. A few words only on the subject are here necessary....testing now in vogue, a crushing strength of at least 6,ooolbs. to the square inch, while many stones, particularly those of the granite group, will range...
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Bulletin

1902
...the subject of the crushing strength of building stones, and hundreds of tests have been made, ^ ^ *. A few words only on the subject are here necessary....testing now in vogue, a crushing strength of at least 6,000 Ibs. to the square inch, while many stones, particularly those of the granite group, will range...
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Building Stones and Clay Products: A Handbook for Architects

Heinrich Ries - 1912 - 415 Seiten
...be likely to crush in the walls of a building, or even in a window stool, cap or pillar, bears such visible marks of its unfitness as to deceive no one...an extremely rudimentary knowledge on the subject." Few stones will, when tested, show a strength of under 6000 pounds per square inch, and many, especially...
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Engineering geology: by Heinrich Ries and Thomas L. Watson

Heinrich Ries, Thomas Leonard Watson - 1914 - 672 Seiten
...be likely to crush in the walls of a building, or even in a window stool, cap or pillar, bears such visible marks of its unfitness as to deceive no one...an extremely rudimentary knowledge on the subject." Few stones used for building purposes will, when tested, show a strength under 6000 pounds per square...
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Stone; an Illustrated Magazine, Band 37

1916
...be likely to crush in the walls of a building, or even in a window stool, cap or pillar, bears such visible marks of its unfitness as to deceive no one...an extremely rudimentary knowledge on the subject." Few stones will, when tested, show a strength of under 6,000 pounds per square inch,'1 and. -many,...
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