THE TUBE STRESS-STRAIN PROPERTIES OF BRITTLE MATERIALS TO 5000 F. Sixth Monthly Report

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Additional furnace work using the 25-kw induction power supply indicated reliable long-time performance at 4500 deg F. The detailed check out of the prototype, flat, gas bearing was completed. Bearing operatlon was very stable at 0.0005-in. gap. The design of the spherical bearing was begun. The grips were checked with a single graphite specimen and indicated satisfactory performance with specimen failure at the anticipated ultimate stress. The loading system was assembled, aligned, and operational check out completed. Design study of the optical strain analyzer was continued. (auth)

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Pears, C.D. November 10, 1960.

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Additional furnace work using the 25-kw induction power supply indicated reliable long-time performance at 4500 deg F. The detailed check out of the prototype, flat, gas bearing was completed. Bearing operatlon was very stable at 0.0005-in. gap. The design of the spherical bearing was begun. The grips were checked with a single graphite specimen and indicated satisfactory performance with specimen failure at the anticipated ultimate stress. The loading system was assembled, aligned, and operational check out completed. Design study of the optical strain analyzer was continued. (auth)

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Pears, C.D. THE TUBE STRESS-STRAIN PROPERTIES OF BRITTLE MATERIALS TO 5000 F. Sixth Monthly Report, report, November 10, 1960; United States. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc872066/: accessed July 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.