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" A convenient method for cleaning the apparatus is as follows : The flask is inverted over a large vessel, preferably a glass jar, and shaken vertically until the liquid starts to flow freely; it is then held still in a vertical position until empty; the... "
Cements, limes, and plasters: their materials, manufacture, and properties - Page 605
by Edwin Clarence Eckel - 1905 - 712 pages
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Annual Report

Association for Standardizing Paving Specifications - Pavements - 1912
...below 3.10, a second determination should be made on the sample ignited at a low red heat. • 15.— A convenient method for cleaning the apparatus is...pouring into the flask a small quantity of clean liquid benzine or kerosene and repeating the operation. FINENESS. 16.— Significance. — It is generally...
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A manual of cement testing: for the use of engineers and chemists in ...

William Allyn Richards, Henry Briggs North - History - 1912 - 137 pages
...below 3.i0, a second determination should be made on the sample ignited at a low red heat. i5.—A convenient method for cleaning the apparatus is as...pouring into the flask a small quantity of clean liquid benzine or kerosene and repeating the operation. FINENESS. i6. — Significance. — It is generally...
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Power plant testing: a manual of testing engines, turbines, boilers, pumps ...

James Ambrose Moyer - Machinery - 1913 - 486 pages
...it fall below 3.10, a second determination should be made on the sample ignited at a low red heat. . A convenient method for cleaning the apparatus is...quantity of clean liquid and repeating the operation. Fineness. It is generally accepted that the coarser particles in cement are practically inert, and...
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Annual Report

Association for Standardizing Paving Specifications - Pavements - 1913
...fall below 3.10, a second determination should be made on the sample ignited at a low red heat. 15. A convenient method for cleaning the apparatus is...pouring into the flask a small quantity of clean liquid benzine or kerosene and repeating the operation. FINENESS. 16. Significance. — It is generally accepted...
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Annual Report

Association for Standardizing Paving Specifications - Pavements - 1913
...fall below 3.10, a second determination should be made on the sample ignited at a low red heat. 15. A convenient method for cleaning the apparatus is...pouring into the flask a small quantity of clean liquid benzine or kerosene and repeating the operation. FINENESS. 16. Significance. — It is generally accepted...
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Proceedings of the American Society of Civil Engineers, Volume 35, Part 1

American Society of Civil Engineers - Civil engineering - 1909
...below 3.10, a second determination should be made on the sample ignited at a low red heat. 16. — A convenient method for cleaning the apparatus is...quantity of clean liquid and repeating the operation. 17. — More accurate determinations may be made with the picnometer. FINENESS. 18. — Significance....
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Manual

American Railway Engineering Association - Railroad engineering - 1905
...order to avoid variations in the temperature of the liquid. The results should agree within o.oi. 11. A convenient method for cleaning the apparatus is...until empty ; the remaining traces of cement can be FIG. 2.— VICAT NEEDLE. removed in a similar manner by pouring into the flask a small quantity of...
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Fourth Series, Bulletin, Issue 3

Geology - 1904
...Duplicate results should agree to o.01. Fig. 73. Specific gravity apparatus, according to Le Chateller. \j. A convenient method for cleaning the apparatus is...quantity of clean liquid and repeating the operation. 18. More accurate determinations may be made with the pincometer. FINENESS. J9. Significance. — It...
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Proceedings, Volume 9

Building materials - 1909
...below 3.10, a second determination should be made on the sample ignited at a low red heat. 11. — A convenient method for cleaning the apparatus is...quantity of clean liquid and repeating the operation. FINENESS. 12. — Apparatus. — The sieves should be circular, about 20 cm. (7.87 ins.) in diameter,...
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Proceedings of the Annual Convention, Volume 6

American Railway Engineering Association - Railroad engineering - 1905
...order to avoid variations in the temperature of the liquid. The results should agree within o.oi. 11. A convenient method for cleaning the apparatus is...quantity of clean liquid and repeating the operation. FINENESS. 12. The sieves should be circular, about 20 cm. (7.87 ins.) in diameter, 6 cm. (2.36 ins.)...
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