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A chimney or column is considered as a rigid rod, initially in a vertical position, and hinged at its base. The internal forces and stresses which are developed as the rod falls freely from the vertical position are calculated. It is shown that the inertial reaction forces produce a bending...
Under scanning conditions in a specially designed tube, it was found that a willemite screen not only deviates from the potential of the accelerating electrode, but also shows potential variations on the surface. These potential variations are functions of scanning frequency and current density...
An electrolytic model of a full journal bearing having a ratio of journal displacement to radial clearance of 0.1 has been constructed. The reliability of the model was established by comparing the results observed for the infinitely wide bearing with those predicted by the theory of Reynolds....
The transmission of thin films of the following materials has been measured between 400 cm −1 and 3000 cm −1 : Cellophane, ethyl cellulose, cellulose acetate, Duco household cement, polystyrene, glyptal, Pliofilm, rubber, Plexiglas, methyl methacrylate polymer, XYSG Vinylite, and Shawinigan...
Measurements of the ``gettering'' or clean‐up ability of aluminum, magnesium, thorium, uranium, misch metal, zirconium and barium for the common gases were made. In most cases the measurements were quantitative and represent gettering powers unassisted by an electric discharge or other source...
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