The Colorado Engineer Volume 10-12

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1914 edition. Excerpt: ...Stresses in Masonry Dams. Inst., C'.E., Vol. CLXXII, 1908, p. 134. Cain, William. Stresses in Masonry Dams. Proc. Am. Soc. C. E'., January, 1909. (Transactions, September, 1909.) Atcherley, L. W., and Pearson, Karl. Some Disregarded Points in the Stability of Masonry Dams. Published in Draper' s Company Research Memoirs, Technical Series II, London. 1904. Wilson, John S-., and Gore, William. Stresses in Dams: an Experimental Investigation by Means of India-Rubber Models. Proc. Inst, O. E., Vol. CLXXII, 1908, p. 107. Ottley, Sir John Walter, and Brightmore, Arthur William. Experimental Investigations of the Stresses in Masonry Dams. Proc. Inst., C. E., Vol. CLXXII, 1908, p. 89. Baker, Sir Benjamin. Discussion of his experiments on jelly models of dams. Proc. Inst. C'. E., Vol. CLXII, p. 120. Am Ende, Max. Notes on Stresses in Masonry Dams. Engi neering (London), December 8, 1905. Hummel, Frank Harvey. The Principal Stresses and Planes in a Masonry Dam. Proc. Inst. C. E., Vol. CLXXI, p. 294. Paul, C. H., and Mayhew, A. Bi Temperature Changes in Mass Concrete. Proc. Am. Soc. C'. E., April, 1915. be used to convey a liquid under given co7ndit"i'oris' of head and discharge needs a knowledge of the factors affecting flow, which may be summarized as a knowledge of the relation of the head lost in friction to the length and diameter of the pipe and to the velocity of the liquid. Many determinations of this relation have been made for water. These have been checked and confirmed by numerous experimenters and, from their work, equations have been derived and tables computed which are in general use in hydraulic design. But when the physical characteristics of the liquid differ from those of water these tables more

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  • Paperback | 140 pages
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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236850912
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