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Tables of Einstein Functions: Vibrational Contributions to the Thermodynamic Functions
From Introduction: "The recent acceptance by physicists and chemists of new values for the fundamental constants and the continued demand for expanded and convenient tables prompted the recomputation and preparation of this volume. The authors have tried to incorporate this work a number of the more desirable features of the above-cited works, particularly with respect to their use in calculations involving: Thermodynamic properties of gases; specific heats, electrical and thermal conductivity of solids; and molecular structure and spectroscopy of diatomic and polyatomic molecules. It is the hope of the authors that formal character of this publication will insure a more adequate notice and dissemination than was accorded the earlier works, thereaby reducing the probability of still further duplication of effort."
Low Temperature Mechanical Properties Of Copper and Selected Copper Alloys: A Compilation From the Literature
From Abstract: "In the past 60 years considerable data have been accumulated concerning the mechanical properties of copper and its alloys.It was felt that there was great need to adequately document these results in one publication. Therefore a unique type of compilation is presented. The compilation is divided into four parts. The first section is intended for quick reference use for those who are interested in average values. The second section includes data from most of the investigators who have published results on the mechanical properties of copper and its alloys. The third section is composed of tables classifying the investigations which were not in section two. The fourth section section lists, in alphabetical order, all references used."
Ideal Gas Thermodynamic Functions and Isotope Exchange Functions for the Diatomic Hydrides, Deuterides, and Tritides
From Abstract: "This Monograph contains a consistent set of tables of thermodynamic properties of a large number of diatomic hydrides, deuterides, and tritides, for the ideal gas state at one atmosphere pressure. In addition to the thermodynamic properties of the molecular gases, the tables also include thermodynamic properties for chemical reactions involving the isotopic exchange of hydrogen."
Climatic Charts and Data of the Radio Refractive Index for the United States and the World
From Introduction: "This Monograph has as its purpose the compilation and analysis of the extensive radio refractive index data available within the Central Radio Propagation Laboratory of the National Bureau of Standards. This will be accomplished by presenting both tabulations of basic data for specific locations and charts for interpolation to any location."
Standard X-ray Diffraction Powder Patterns: Section 10. Data for 84 Substances
From Introduction: "This report presents information for 84 compounds (47 experimental and 37 calculated patterns), and is the twentieth of the series of "Standard X-ray Diffraction Powder Patterns."
Thermocouple Reference Tables Based on the IPTS-68
From Abstract: "Revised reference data for thermocouples have been generated in a cooperative program between groups of the National Bureau of Standards in Boulder and Gaithersburg.This Monograph contains tables, analytic expressions, various approximations, and explanatory text.
The Mechanics of Pneumatic Tires
From Abstract: "This treatise is an attempt to provide a rational descriptive and analytical basis for tire mechanics. Chapters of this book are contributed by active research workers in the fields of rubber and textile properties, friction, material properties, tire stress problems, tire design and construction, vehicle skid and handling, and tire mechanical properties."
Standard X-ray Diffraction Powder Patterns: Section 3. Data for 51 Substances
From Introduction: "This compilation is the thirteenth of a series of "Standard X-ray Diffraction Patterns." This compilation is the third section of new series Monograph 25. Included are patterns recommended to replace data on 26 cards now present in the File. The other patterns are for 30 compounds not included in the File."
Standard X-ray Diffraction Powder Patterns: Section 4. Data for 103 Substances
From Introduction: "This compilation is the fourth section of the series Monograph 25. Included are patterns recommended to replace data on 11 cards now present in the File. The other patterns are for 93 compounds not included in the File. In this group of compounds, 22 patterns are experimental and 71 are calculated."
Standard X-ray Diffraction Powder Patterns: Section 5. Data for 80 Substances
From Introduction: "This report presents data for 80 compounds, 39 experimental and 41 calculated patterns. This compilation is the fifteenth of the series of "Standard X-ray Diffraction Powder Patterns."
Standard X-ray Diffraction Powder Patterns: Section 6. Data for 60 Substances
From Introduction: "This report presents data for 60 compounds, 54 experimental and 6 calculated patterns. This compilation is the sixteenth of the series of "Standard X-ray Diffraction Powder Patterns."
Standard X-ray Diffraction Powder Patterns: Section 7. Data for 81 Substances
From Introduction: "This report presents information for 81 compounds (45 experimental and 36 calculated patterns) and is the seventeenth of the series of "Standard X-ray Diffraction Powder Patterns."
Development of High-Temperature Strain Gages
From Introduction: "An improved high-temperature gage was needed, and in an attempt to fill this need an investigation was initiated in February 1954 in the Enameled Metals Laboratory at the National Bureau of Standards. The present Monograph constitutes a final summary on this program."
Standard X-ray Diffraction Powder Patterns: Section 8. Data for 81 Substances
From Introduction: "This report presents information for 81 compounds (53 experimental and 28 calculated patterns), and is the eighteenth of the series of "Standard X-ray Diffraction Powder Patterns."
Heat Treatment and Properties of Iron and Steel
From Abstract: "This Monograph has been prepared to give an understanding of heat treatment principally to those unacquainted with this subject. This Monograph has been prepared to answer such inquiries and to give in simplified form a working knowledge of the basic theoretical and practical principles involved in the heat treatment of iron and steel."
Standard X-ray Diffraction Powder Patterns: Section 12. Data for 57 Substances
From Introduction: "This report presents information for 57 compounds (25 experimental and 32 calculated patterns), and is the two-second of the series of "Standard x-ray Diffraction Powder Patterns."
Standard X-ray Diffraction Powder Patterns: Section 13. Data for 58 substances
From Introduction: "This report presents information for 58 compounds (31 experimental and 27 calculated patterns), and is the twenty-third of the series of "Standard X-ray Diffraction Powder Patterns."
Standard X-ray Diffraction Powder Patterns: Section 17. Data for 54 Substances
From Introduction: "This report presents information for 54 experimental patterns, and is the twenty-seventh of the series of Standard X-ray Diffraction Powder Patterns."
Standard X-ray Diffraction Powder Patterns: Section 18. Data for 58 Substances
From Introduction: "This report presents information for 58 experimental patterns, and is the twenty-eighth of the series of Standard X-ray Diffraction Powder Patterns."
Standard X-ray Diffraction Powder Patterns: Section 14. Data for 68 substances
From Introduction: "This report presents information for 68 compounds (27 experimental and 41 calculated patterns), and is the twenty-fourth of the series of "Standard x-ray Diffraction Powder Patterns."
Standard X-ray Diffraction Powder Patterns: Section 15. Data for 112 substances
From Introduction: "This report presents information for 112 compounds (54 experimental and 58 calculated patterns), and is the twenty-fifth of the series of "Standard x-ray Diffraction Powder Patterns."
Standard X-ray Diffraction Powder Patterns : Section 16. Data for 86 Substances
From Introduction: "This report presents information for 86 compounds (58 experimental and 28 calculated patterns), and is the twenty-sixth of the series of "Standard X-ray Diffraction Powder Patterns."
Time and Frequency: Theory and Fundamentals
From Abstract: "This is a tutorial Monograph describing various aspects of time and frequency (T/F). Included are chapters relating to elemental concepts of precise time and frequency; basic principles of quartz oscillators and atomic frequency standards; historical review, recent progress, and current status of atomic frequency standards; promising areas for developing future primary frequency standards; relevance of frequency standards to other areas of metrology including a unified standard concept; statistics of T/F data analysis coupled with the theory and construction of the NBS atomic time scale; an overview of T/F dissemination techniques; and the standards of T/F in the USA. The Monograph addresses both the specialist in the field as well as those desiring basic information about time and frequency."
Calibration of Line Standards of Length and Measuring Tapes at the National Bureau of Standards
From Abstract: "The methods used at the National Bureau of Standards in calibrating line standards of length and measuring tapes submitted for standardization are outlined. The equipment used is described briefly. There is a discussion of some considerations that should be given as to whether or not a standard should be submitted to the Bureau."
Platinum Resistance Thermometry
From Introduction: "This monograph describes the calibration of standard platinum resistance thermometers at the NBS including the equipment, techniques, and procedures."
NBS Papers on Underground Corrosion of Steel Piling, 1962-1971
From Introduction: "In this paper are presented the results obtained to date from the inspections of steel pilings. The investigation will be continued by additional inspections of pilings in other parts of the country in order to cover a winder range of soil environments."
The Development of Loran-C Navigation and Timing
From Abstract: "This work traces the development of the Loran-C concept from its inception as a 100-kHz pulse hyperbolic navigation system to more recent times when it found a variety of applications to both timing and navigation."
The Divergent Beam (Kossel) X-Ray Method and Its Uses in Measuring Strain Contours in an Individual Grain of Fe-3 Weight Percent Si Transformer Sheet
From Abstract: "The results showed that a variable strain distribution existed in the alloy sheet at the time it was ready for insertion into a transformer core. Small applied comprehensive and tensile loads tended to rearrange this variable strain distribution but not appreciably alter the total stored elastic energy."
Mechanical Properties of Structural Materials at Low Temperatures: A Compilation From the Literature
From Introduction: "The data are presented with the idea that an engineer who is making initial calculations on equipment for operation at cryogenic temperatures is more interested in obtaining quickly a definite figure that he in evaluating the experimental data given in several detailed reports on the same material. The graphs and tables presented here, consequently, represent an attempt by the authors to perform evaluation of data which have appeared in the literature and to present the design engineer with the result."
Thermal Conductivity of Solids At Room Temperature and Below: A Review and Compilation of the Literature
From Abstract: "An extensive compilation is given of the measured values of thermal conductivity for nearly all solid materials from room temperature down to 0.02 kelvin. Experimental methods and physical phenomena are discussed in the text and coded in the tables for references for which curves are shown."
Applications of Waveguide and Circuit Theory to the Development of Accurate Microwave Measurement Methods and Standards
Report issued by the Bureau of Standards over "the basic theory and analytical methods used in the development of accurate microwave measurement methods and standards" (p. x). These methods are presented and discussed. This report includes tables, illustrations, and photographs.
MeV Total Neutron Cross Sections
From Introduction: "This report is a compilation of the MeV Total Neutron Cross Section data measured at the U.S. National Bureau of Standards."
Testing of Metal Volumetric Standards
From Purpose: "The specifications and tolerances contained in this Monograph should be of assistance to purchasers of metal capacity standards. The information on methods of calibration and use of these measures should prove valuable to weights and measures officials and those persons in industry who are concerned with measurements of volumes of fluids."
Electron Optical Studies of Low-Pressure Gases
From Abstract: "This document is the final report of research carried on in the Electron Physics Section of the National Bureau of Standards during the period from February 1, 1955 to March 1962 in developing an electron optical method for the visualization of low-pressure gas flow."
Experimental Transition Probabilities for Spectral Lines of Seventy Elements: Derived from the NBS Tables of Spectral-line Intensities
From introduction: "The goal of the work was to provide lists of the principal lines of the elements generally observed under ordinary conditions in arc spectra, together with their relative intensities on a true scale of relative energy."
Corrosion of Steel Pilings in Soils
From Introduction: "In this paper are presented the results obtained to date from the inspections of steel pilings. The investigation will be continued by additional inspections of pilings in other parts if the country in order to cover a wider range of soil environments."
Mechanical Behavior of Crystalline Solids: Proceedings of a Symposium, April 28-29, 1962
From Introduction: "These first three chapters from a background of introduction and general ideas about dislocations. The next two chapters are concerned specifically with properties of ceramic materials, with emphasis on single crystals."
Properties of High-Temperature Ceramics and Cermets: Elasticity and Density at Room Temperature
From Introduction: "The present paper contains detailed descriptions of the methods used in calculating both the elastic constants and the statistical parameters. These detailed descriptions have been included for two reasons: (1) To leave no doubt as to the exact procedure, and (2) to act as a guide to other workers who might wish to make similar determinations."
Methods for the Dynamic Calibration of Pressure Transducers
From Introduction Statement of Objectives: "The purpose of this publication is to provide assistance to the practicing engineer who is faced with the problem of making dynamic measurements of rapidly changing pressures."
Precise Measurement of Heat of Combustion with a Bomb Calorimeter
From Introduction: "This Monograph describes methods and apparatus used at the National Bureau of Standards in connection with several series of investigations of heats of combustion of aircraft fuels [4, 5, 6, 7]."
Microwave Spectral Tables: [Volume 1.] Diatomic Molecules
From Abstract: "For about 1500 spectral lines of diatomic molecules observed by coherent radiation techniques, measured frequencies, assigned quantum numbers, and newly computed intensities are given."
Microwave Spectral Tables: Volume 4. Polyatomic Molecules Without Internal Rotation
From Introduction: "This volume contains data on the microwave spectra of 166 polyatomic molecules incapable of exhibiting internal rotation."
Microwave Spectral Tables: Volume 5. Spectral Line Listing
From Abstract: "This volume is a listing of the spectral lines reported in Volume I, III, and IV of the Microwave Spectral Tables. These lines are listed according to ascending magnitude of frequency and should provide a steady reference."
Creep and Drying Shrinkage of Lightweight and Normal-Weight Concretes
From Scope of Investigation: "The work reported here is part of a continuing program concerning the long-term volume changes in concretes made from lightweight and normal-weight aggregates. The creep, drying-shrinkage, and strength data presented are for concretes made with 24 expanded shale lightweight aggregates and 5 natural, normal-weight aggregates. These aggregates were from widely separated geographical locations and were to be representative samples of aggregates being used in the production of structural concretes."
An Engineering Method for Calculating Protection Afforded by Structures Against Fallout Radiation
From Introduction: "The purpose of the paper is to discuss the assumptions and the reasoning by which the calculations described in the Engineering Manual were derived from the data in [1]. The relevant curves from [1] are given in Appendix A and the technical charts from the Engineering Manual are given in appendix B."
Sound Insulation of Wall, Floor, and Door Constructions
From Abstract: "The data obtained at the National Bureau of Standards on the sound insulating properties of building structures are summarized. A brief description of the sound-measuring techniques is given."
Chemistry of Cement: Proceedings of the Fourth International Symposium, Washington 1960, Volume 2
From Synopsis: "This paper deals mainly with cement paste in terms of its porosity, internal surface area, interaction between solid substance and evaporable water and related properties."
Fire Tests of Precast Cellular Concrete Floors and Roofs
From Abstract: "The results of an investigation of lightweight, precast cellular concrete planks are given. Fire tests were made of two floor and five roof specimens made up of these planks. Variables, included density of the cellular concrete, thickness and span of the planks, reinforcement, and cover for the latter."
Analysis of Coaxial Two-Terminal Conical Capacitor
From Abstract: "The electric field is plotted and its construction steps for axial symmetry are given."
Microwave Spectral Tables: [Volume 2.] Line Strengths of Asymmetric Rotors
From Abstract: "Procedures for interpolation as a function of k and extrapolation to larger J values are discussed."