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X‐ray diffraction evidence has shown that a crystalline structure can be produced in rubber by stretching or by freezing. In the former case, a fiber diagram is generally secured, in the latter, Debye‐Scherrer rings. When raw rubber was stretched to moderate elongations and frozen an intense...
The problem studied here is the thermal distribution due to a number of moving heat sources. It is assumed that the pipe is a circular cylinder and that the welders move on a circle of the cylinder. The Kelvin method for determining the thermal distribution about a stationary source of heat is...
Data have been obtained on the sparkover voltage of the two‐centimeter sphere gap set at a gap of 4 mm (10.3‐kv peak) showing that: (1) The effect of irradiation is to reduce the sparkover voltage by approximately 2.5 percent from its unirradiated value and to decrease the scattering of...
The diameter of the ``Langmuir film'' ( b ) around warm filaments in gases was at first determined by Langmuir's own method in A, Kr and N 2 . The calculated film thickness beside a plane surface is 3.3 mm, 1.4 mm and 4.3 mm, respectively. The said diameter was then redefined as the distance of...
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