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" ... by compression is different according to the proportion between its length and area of its cross section ; and supposing the form that of a cylinder whose length is less- than seven or eight times its diameter, it is impossible to bend it by any force... "
The operative mechanic's workshop companion, and the scientific gentleman's ... - Page 129
by William Templeton (engineer.) - 1855
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A Treatise on the Strength of Timber, Cast Iron, Malleable Iron, and Other ...

Peter Barlow - 1845 - 524 pages
...destroyed by splitting before the bending takes place; but when the length exceeds this, the pillar will bend under a certain load and be ultimately destroyed by a similar kind of action to that winch has place in the transverse strain. 112. Crushing force. — A few experiments have been made...
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The Practical Engineer's Pocket Guide: Containing a Concise Treatise on the ...

1847 - 190 pages
...diameter, it is impossible to bend it by nny force applied longitudinally, as it will be destroyed by splitting before that bending can take place; but...of action to that which has place in the transverse strainColumns of cast iron and of other bodies are also similarly circumstanced, this law having recently...
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The Mechanic's Text-book and Engineer's Pocket Guide: Containing a Concise ...

Thomas Kelt - 1849 - 424 pages
...diameter, it is impossible to bend it by any force applied longitudinally, as it will be destroyed by splitting before that bending can take place; but...are also similarly circumstanced, this law having recently been fully developed by the experiments of Mr. Hodgkinson ou columns of difie1jjpt diameters,...
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A Treatise on the Strength of Timber, Cast and Malleable Iron, and Other ...

Peter Barlow - 1851 - 608 pages
...destroyed by splitting before the bending takes place ; but when the length exceeds this, the pillar will bend under a certain load and be ultimately destroyed...to that which has place in the transverse strain. 112. Crushing force. — A few experiments have been made on the resistance which different woods offer...
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The Practical Model Calculator, for the Engineer, Mechanic, Machinist ...

Oliver Byrne - 1852 - 604 pages
...diameter, it is impossible to bend it by any force applied longitudinally, as it will be destroyed by splitting before that bending can take place ;...of other bodies are also similarly circumstanced. Length. Gfeet. 7 feet. 8 feet. 9 feet. 10 feet. Depth in in. Wt. in Ibs. Defl. in in. Wt. in Ibs. Defl....
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The Mechanic's, Machinist's, and Engineer's Practical Book of Reference ...

Charles Haslett - 1855 - 482 pages
...dialneter, ijt is imp.issiblr to bend it by any force ' applied longitudinally, as .it: will be destroyed by splitting before that bending can take place ; but when the length exceeds this, the column will ben3 under .a certain load, and be ultimately destroyed by a similar kind, of action ,to that which...
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Mechanics and Engineers Book of Reference and Engineers Field Book

Charles W. Hackley - 1856 - 530 pages
...diameter, it is impossible to bend it by any force applied longitudinally, as it will be destroyed by splitting before that bending can take place ;...are also similarly circumstanced, this law having recently been fully developed by the experiments of Mr. Hodgkmson on columns of different diameters,...
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The Mechanic's, Machinist's, and Engineer's Practical Book of Reference ...

Charles Haslett - 1855 - 544 pages
...diameter, it is impossible to bend it by any forra applied longitudinally, as it will be destroyed by splitting before that bending can take place ;...certain load, and be ultimately destroyed by a similar kiud of action to that which has place in the transverse strain. Columns of cast iron, and of other...
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The Mechanic's Text-book and Engineer's Practical Guide ...

1855 - 420 pages
...diameter, it is impossible to bend it by any force applied longitudinally, as it will be destroyed by splitting before that bending can take place; but...are also similarly circumstanced, this law having recently been fully developed by the experiments of Mr. Hodgkinson on columns of different diameters,...
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The Mechanic's, Machinist's, and Engineer's Practical Book of Reference

Charles Haslett, Charles William Hackley - 1859 - 574 pages
...diameter, it is impossible to betid it by any force applied longitudinally, as it will be destroyed by splitting before that bending can take place ;...are also similarly circumstanced, this law having recently been fully developed by the experiments of Mr. Hodgkinson on columns of different diameters,...
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