## Machinists' and Draftsmen's Handbook: Containing Tables, Rules, and Formulas, Intended as a Reference Book for All Interested in Mechanical Work |

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angle bearing belt Boiler breaking load calculated cast-iron centrifugal force circle circular pitch circumference coefficient of friction column constant corresponding cosine counter-shaft cubic foot cylinder deflection degrees diametral pitch difference distance divided ends and loaded equal EXAMPLE factor of safety feet long feet per minute feet per second Find fly-wheel foot-pounds given gives heat horizontal horse-power inches in diameter inertia instance kilograms length load in pounds logarithm mantissa meters modulus of elasticity moment of inertia Multiply Number of revolutions number of teeth obtained perpendicular pitch diameter pitch line pounds per square pressure pulley quantity quotient radius of gyration ratio revolutions per minute root round beam rule screw side sine Solution speed square foot square inch steam stress subtract surface Table tangent tensile strength thickness threads per inch tooth torsional transmit transverse triangle weight whole number width worm wrought iron

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Page 439 - The Boiler-Maker's Ready Reckoner, With Examples of Practical Geometry and Templating for the Use of Platers, Smiths, and Riveters. By JOHN COURTNEY. Edited by DK CLARK, MICE Fifth Edition 4/O *«* The last two Works in One Volume, half-bound, entitled " THE BOILERMAKER'S READY-RECKONER AND ASSISTANT.

Page 71 - The exponent of the power to which a fixed number called the Base must be raised in order to produce a given number is called the Logarithm of the given number.

Page 69 - A geometrical progression is a series of numbers, which increase or decrease by a common or constant ratio.

Page 200 - The square of the hypothenuse is equal to the sum of the squares of the other two sides ; as, 5033 402+302.

Page 401 - PITCH AND LEAD OF SCREW THREAD. The terms " pitch " and " lead " of screw threads are often confused. The pitch of a screw thread is the distance from the center of one thread to the center of the next thread, whether the screw has a single, double, triple, or quadruple thread.

Page 1 - The fraction, a/b, where the numerator is a and the denominator is b, implies that a is being divided by b. The denominator of a fraction can never be zero since a number divided by zero is not defined.