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allowed angles applied arch Axis bars base beam bearing bending bending-moment blocks bolts brick buildings built cement cent centre of gravity channels Chapter column computed concrete connections considered construction crushing depth determine diameter dimensions distance distributed load divided draw Engineering equal EXAMPLE feet figure flange floor forces formula girder give given greater increased inertia iron joints joists least length less material measured metal method mill mortar necessary obtained pier piles pine plates Portland cement pounds practice proportion protected radius resistance result rivets rods roof rule safe load sand shape shearing shown side single space span square foot square inch standard steel stone stories strain strength stress structural surface taken tests thickness thrust tile tons truss usually vertical wall weight wood York
Page 132 - Motion is the relation between two points, when the straight line joining them changes in length or direction, or in both. A body moves relatively to a point, when any point in the body moves relatively to the point first mentioned.
Page 334 - Up to 75 inches wide, 2\ per cent above or 2\ per cent below the theoretical weight. 75 inches wide up to 100 inches wide, 5 per cent above or 3 per cent below the theoretical weight. When 100 inches wide and over, 10 per cent above or 3 per cent below the theoretical weight.
Page 1265 - Earthenware traps shall have heavy brass floor plates soldered to the lead bends and bolted to the trap flange, and the joint made gas tight with red or white lead. Rubber washers for floor connections shall not be used.
Page xii - BAYLES. — House Drainage and Water Service : In Cities, Villages and Rural Neighborhoods. With Incidental Con. sideration of Certain Causes Affecting the Healthfulness of Dwellings. By JAMES C. BAYLES, Editor of " The Iron Age " and
Page 233 - If any number of forces acting at a point be represented in magnitude and direction by the sides of a polygon, taken in order, then the forces will be in equilibrium.
Page 6 - Multiply the divisor, thus augmented, by the last figure of the root, and subtract the product from the dividend, and to the remainder bring down the next period for a new dividend.
Page 745 - The test shall not be regarded as successful unless the following conditions are met: No fire or smoke shall pass through the floor during the fire test; the floor must safely sustain the loads prescribed ; the permanent deflection, must not exceed one-eighth inch for each foot of span in either slab or beam.
Page 744 - The distance between floor beams, or span of slab, may be varied according to the design of the system to be tested, and should be as near as possible to usual practice. The underside of the construction under test must be not less than 9 feet 6 inches nor more than 10 feet above the grate level.