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. Timber and timber trees, native and foreign . Timber; Trees. XXXIV.] YELLOW FINE. 279 Table CXLVIII.—Yellow Pine (Canada). Transverse Experitnents. Number of the specimen. Deflections. Total weight required to brealc each piece. II Weight reduced to specific gravity 600. Weight required to break 1 square inch. With the apparatus weighing 390 lbs. After the weight was removed. At the crisis of breaking. I 2 3 4 S 6 Inches. 2-00 2'00 2-0O 175 2-25 27s Inches. 175 1-85 I-65 2-00 2-IO Inches. 4-50 5'oo 4-50 4-50 375 S7S lbs. 630 635 684 660 SS2 598 424 432 464 444 435 411 891 883 884 892 76i 873

. Timber and timber trees, native and foreign . Timber; Trees. XXXIV.] YELLOW FINE. 279 Table CXLVIII.—Yellow Pine (Canada). Transverse Experitnents. Number of the specimen. Deflections. Total weight required to brealc each piece. II Weight reduced to specific gravity 600. Weight required to break 1 square inch. With the apparatus weighing 390 lbs. After the weight was removed. At the crisis of breaking. I 2 3 4 S 6 Inches. 2-00 2'00 2-0O 175 2-25 27s Inches. 175 1-85 I-65 2-00 2-IO Inches. 4-50 5'oo 4-50 4-50 375 S7S lbs. 630 635 684 660 SS2 598 424 432 464 444 435 411 891 883 884 892 76i 873 Stock Photo
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. Timber and timber trees, native and foreign . Timber; Trees. XXXIV.] YELLOW FINE. 279 Table CXLVIII.—Yellow Pine (Canada). Transverse Experitnents. Number of the specimen. Deflections. Total weight required to brealc each piece. II Weight reduced to specific gravity 600. Weight required to break 1 square inch. With the apparatus weighing 390 lbs. After the weight was removed. At the crisis of breaking. I 2 3 4 S 6 Inches. 2-00 2'00 2-0O 175 2-25 27s Inches. 175 1-85 I-65 2-00 2-IO Inches. 4-50 5'oo 4-50 4-50 375 S7S lbs. 630 635 684 660 SS2 598 424 432 464 444 435 411 891 883 884 892 76i 873 lbs. 157-5 159-0 171-0 165-0 138-0 149-5 Total . I27S II-OO 28-00 3760 2610 5183 940-0 Average 2-I2S 1-833 4-66 626-5 435 864 156-66 Remarks.—^The whole of these broke with a moderate length of fracture and splintery. The above-mentidned specimens were all of good quality, well seasoned, and taken from trees of 6 to 8 feet in circumference. It will be observed that the specific gravity and breaking strains varied only in a slight degree. By the formulae— E = 309240. S = 1645. Experiments were also made to test the transverse strength of a series of seven pieces (Table CXLIX.) cut from a plank 2 inches thick, taken out of the middle or centre part of the butt-end of a tree, the centre piece O being made to include the pith (Fig. 30).. FIG. 30.. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Laslett, Thomas. London : Macmillan

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