Elementary Principles of Carpentry

A Treatise on the Pressure and Equilibrium of Timber Framing; the Resistance of Timber; and the Construction of Floors, Roofs, Centres, Bridges, &c. with Practical Rules and Examples. To which is Added an Essay on the Nature and Properties of Timber, Including the Methods of Seasoning, and the Causes and Prevention of Decay, with Descriptions of the Kinds of Wood Used in Building. Also Numerous Tables of the Scantlings of Timber for Different Purposes, the Specific Gravities of Materials, &c

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Category: Bridges

Page: 280

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Meat production

Author: John Ewart (land surveyor.)

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Journal of the Franklin Institute

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Category: Technology

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Vols. 1-69 include more or less complete patent reports of the U. S. Patent Office for years 1825-59.

Practical Essay on the Strength of Cast Iron and Other Metals

Author: Thomas Tredgold,Eaton Hodgkinson

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 1108070345

Category: History

Page: 338

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The two-volume fourth edition, published in 1842, of a standard textbook for engineers in the early nineteenth century.

History of Strength of Materials

With a Brief Account of the History of Theory of Elasticity and Theory of Structures

Author: Stephen Timoshenko

Publisher: Courier Corporation

ISBN: 9780486611877

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 452

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Strength of materials is that branch of engineering concerned with the deformation and disruption of solids when forces other than changes in position or equilibrium are acting upon them. The development of our understanding of the strength of materials has enabled engineers to establish the forces which can safely be imposed on structure or components, or to choose materials appropriate to the necessary dimensions of structures and components which have to withstand given loads without suffering effects deleterious to their proper functioning. This excellent historical survey of the strength of materials with many references to the theories of elasticity and structures is based on an extensive series of lectures delivered by the author at Stanford University, Palo Alto, California. Timoshenko explores the early roots of the discipline from the great monuments and pyramids of ancient Egypt through the temples, roads, and fortifications of ancient Greece and Rome. The author fixes the formal beginning of the modern science of the strength of materials with the publications of Galileo's book, "Two Sciences," and traces the rise and development as well as industrial and commercial applications of the fledgling science from the seventeenth century through the twentieth century. Timoshenko fleshes out the bare bones of mathematical theory with lucid demonstrations of important equations and brief biographies of highly influential mathematicians, including: Euler, Lagrange, Navier, Thomas Young, Saint-Venant, Franz Neumann, Maxwell, Kelvin, Rayleigh, Klein, Prandtl, and many others. These theories, equations, and biographies are further enhanced by clear discussions of the development of engineering and engineering education in Italy, France, Germany, England, and elsewhere. 245 figures.