Transactions, Bände 16-20

Vols. for 1919- (v.60- ) include the proceedings of the Institute of Metals Division of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and Petroleum Engineers.

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Seite xiv - Rules may be amended at any annual meeting by a two-thirds vote of the members present ; Provided, that written notice of the proposed amendment shall have been given at a previous meeting...
Seite 192 - Uintaite, Albertite, Grahamite, and Asphaltum described and compared, with Observations on Bitumen and its Compounds.
Seite lviii - Trans., vol. xx, pp. 96-107, 1892. This ore body is occasionally overlain by Helderberg limestone, and the latter is overlain by Devonian shale. Describes the method of opening the ground and of surveying the mines. 2913 The Embreville estate, Tennessee. Eng. and Mg. Jour., vol.
Seite 200 - I let him understand, that besides the pleasure of paying him a visit, I came to be instructed by so great a master in the mystery of making iron, wherein he had led the way, and was the Tubal Cain of Virginia. He corrected me a little there, by assuring me he was not only the first in this country, but the first in North America, who had erected a regular furnace.
Seite xiv - The author of each paper read before the Institute shall be entitled to twelve copies, if printed, for his own use, and shall have the right to order any number of copies at the cost of paper and printing, provided said copies are not intended for sale. The Institute is not, as a body, responsible for the statements of factor opinion, advanced in papers or discussions, at its meetings, and it is understood that papers and discussions should not include matters relating to politics or purely to trade.
Seite xii - The duties of the president, vicepresidents, treasurer and secretary, shall be such as usually pertain to their offices, or ma'y be delegated to them by the unanimous vote of the executive committee.
Seite 209 - ... the reason of the thing be never so evident. I observed the richer sort of mine, being of a dark...
Seite 201 - England to the persons concerned, whereby the country is so much the richer. That they are besides a considerable advantage to Great Britain, because it lessens the quantity of bar iron imported from Spain, Holland, Sweden, Denmark and Muscovy, which...
Seite xi - To promote the arts and sciences connected with the economic production of the useful minerals and metals, and the welfare of those employed in these industries by all lawful means...
Seite xvii - ... the American Society of Civil Engineers, the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, and the American Association of Engineers. Two of these might more properly have been called "creeds" rather than "codes," as they were modeled after the Hippocratic Oath.