The Engineering Index Volume 1969

The Engineering Index Volume 1969

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1909 edition. Excerpt: ...19o8.. No. 9o548. A Resume of the Effect of Impurities on Bra3S Intended for Rolling. Erwin S. Sperry. An illustrated article indicating the effect of the various metallic and nonmetallic elements. 35oo w. Brass Wld--Sept., 19o8. No. 95255. The Brass Foundry. W. S. QuigUy. Explains brass foundry conditions and discusses modern methods of melting and handling metal. Also discussion. 75oo w. Pro N Y R R Club--Nov. 15, 19o7. No. 89183. Producing High Grade Brass Goods. Joseph H. Glauber. Read before the Metal Workers' Club, at Buffalo. The care and personal attention needed in the manufacture. 25oo w. Met Work--April 25, 19o8. No. 91926. Care and Personal Attention Necessary to Produce Brass Goods of a Strictly High Grade Nature. Joseph H. Glauber. Read before the Metal Work. Club. Explains the methods and the great care needed. 25oo w. Dom Engng--Sept. 5, 19o0. No. 9485o. _ Quality vs. Quantity in the Brass Foundry. J. N. Gamble. Read before the Am. Brass Found. Assn. Shows that quality and quantity must go together, and gives suggestions. 18oo w. Foundry--Sept., 19o8. No. 94718. The Choice and Use of Fluxes for Soft Metals. Information in regard to fluxes for lead, tin, zinc and alloys. 33oo w. Brass Wld--Nov, 19o7. No. 88518. New Brass Casting Regulations. New regulations, in Circ. 484, issued by the British Home Secretary. 12oo w. Ir & Coal Trds Rev--July 31, 19o8. No. 94274 A. The Leakage of Castings Under Pressure. Considers some of the causes of leakage and the best methods of remedying the trouble. Ills. 14oo w. Brass Wld--July, 19o8. No. 93849. Use of Cothias Metal for Castings. Emit B. Horne. Suggestions for brass foundrymen in regard to the use of this alloy. Ills. 1ooo w. Foundry--Feb., 19o8 No. 89956. Making Art Metal Work more

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