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Technologic Papers 1922

Technologic Papers of the Bureau of Standards

The Journal of Research of NIST and its predecessors report NIST research and development in metrology and related fields of: physical science, engineering, applied mathematics, statistics, biotechnology, information technology.

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Technologic Papers of the Bureau of Standards, 1922

An investigation of oxyacetylene welding and cutting blowpipes with special reference to their economy in operation, safety, and design, T 200,
Johnston, R.S.

Cutting fluids, T 204,
Bingham, E.C.

Tensile properties of some structural alloy steels at high temperatures, T 205,
French, H.J.

Manufacture and properties of steel plates containing zirconium and other elements, T 207,
Burgess, G.K.; Woodward, R.W.

Weighing by substitution, T 208,
Briggs, C.A.; Gordon, E.D.

Thermal stresses in chilled iron car wheels, T 209,
Burgess, G.K.; Woodward, R.W.

The Redwood viscometer, T 210,
Herschel, W.H.

Radiators for aircraft engines, T 211,
Parsons, S.R.; Harper III, D.R.

Carbon monoxide in the products of combustion from natural gas burners, T 212,
Brumbaugh, I.V.; Jones, G.W.

Power losses in automobile tires, T 213,
Holt, W.L.; Wormeley, P.L.

Durability of cement drain tile and concrete in alkali soils: Third progress report (1919-1920), T 214,
Williams, G.M.

Durability of sole leather filled with sulphite cellulose extract, T 215,
Bowker, R.C.

Properties of electrical insulating materials of the laminated phenol-methylene type, T 216,
Dellinger, J.H.; Preston, J.L.

Photomicrography of paper fibers, T 217,
Lofton, R.E.

Results of some compression tests of structural steel angles, T 218,
Stang, A.H.; Strickenberg, L.R.

Effect of temperature, deformation, and rate of loading on the tensile properties of low-carbon steel below the thermal critical range, T 219,
French, H.J.

Test of a hollow tile and concrete floor slab reinforced in two directions, T 220,
Slater, W.A.; Hagener, A.; Anthes, G.P. 25c.

The magnetic susceptibility and iron content of cast red brass, T 221,
Marshall, L.H.; Sanford, R.L.

Relative usefulness of gases of different heating value and adjustments of burners for changes in heating value and specific gravity, T 222,
Berry, W.M.; Brumbaugh, I.V.; Eiseman, J.H., Moulton, G.F.; Shawn, G.B.

Reclamation of used petroleum lubricating oils, T 223,
Herschel, W.H.; Anderson, A.H.

A new method for determining the rate of sulphation of storage-battery plates, T 225,
Vinal, G.W.; Ritchie, L.M.

Tentative standard test methods and percentages of oil and moisture in hair press cloths, T 231,
McGowan, F.R.; Schoffstall, C.W.

Created March 21, 2013, Updated September 21, 2016