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Remarks on the comparative merits of cast metal and malleable iron rail-ways

Remarks on the comparative merits of cast metal and malleable iron rail-ways

and, An account of the Stockton and Darlington Rail-way, &c., &c.

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Published by Printed by Edward Walker in Newcastle .
Written in English


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Other titlesAn account of the Stockton and Darlington Rail-way.
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Open LibraryOL16564073M

Remarks on the comparative merits of cast metal and malleable iron rail-ways and an account of the Stockton and Darlington Rail-way, and the Liverpool and Manchester Rail-way, &c. &c. Έκδοση: () Stockton and Darlington Railway coaches summer of , commencing. Έκδοση: (). An account of the Liverpool and Manchester railway comprising a history of the Parliamentary proceedings preparatory to the passing of the act, a description of the railway in an excursion from Liverpool to Manchester, and a popular illustration of the mechanical principles applicable to railways: also, an abstract of the expenditure from the commencement of the undertaking, with observations.

Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag Saved in: Report on the weight of rails the descriptions of chairs and fastenings, the distance of the supports, and the size of the blocks, of the Liverpool and Manchester Railway /. Remarks on the Comparative Merits of Cast Metal and Malleable Iron Railways; and an account of the Stockton and Darlington Railway and the Liverpool and Manchester Railway &c &c. Printed By Charles Henry Cook, (successor to the late Edw. Walker Pilgrim-Street Newcastle, Born: 28 May , Edinburgh, Scotland.

Specification of John Birkinshaw's Patent, for an Improvement in the Construction of Malleable Iron Rails, to be used in Rail roads; with Remarks on the comparative Merits of Cast Metal and Malleable Iron Railways. Newcastle: E. Walker. ↑ Marshall, John (). The Guinness Book of Rail Facts & Feats. ISBN A comparative study of graphite growth in cast iron and in analogous systems D.M. Stefanescu 1,a, G. Alonso 2,b, P. Larrañaga 2,c, E. De la Fuente 3,d.


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Remarks on the comparative merits of cast metal and malleable iron rail-ways: and an account of the Stockton and Darlington Rail-way, and the Liverpool and Manchester Rail-way, &c. Newcastle: Printed by C.H. Cook, Remarks on the comparative merits of cast metal and malleable iron rail-ways: and an account of the Stockton and Darlington Rail-way, and the Liverpool and Manchester Rail-way, &c.

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by Michael Longridge". Longridge, M. Remarks on the Comparative Merits of Cast Metal and Malleable Iron Rail-ways Newcastle Louis, M.

Taffanel, O. Taffanel, J. Le Premier Âge du Fer Languedocien Bordighera–MontpellierCited by: Remarks on the comparative merits of cast metal and malleable iron rail-ways; and An account of the Stockton and Darlington rail-way, and the Liverpool and Manchester rail-way, &c.

&c.(Newcastle, Printed by C.H. Cook, ), by Michael Longridge, John Birkinshaw, and Henry Booth (page images at. Longridge, Remarks on the Comparative Merits of Cast Metal and Malleable Iron Rail-ways (Newcastle, ). Reproduced by kind permission of the Syndics of Cambridge University Library.

File Size: KB. part of Longridge’s Remarks on the comparative merits of cast metal and malleable ireon rail-ways. Ottley ; not in Skempton; OCLC records six copies in North America, at Illinois, California State, NYPL, American Philosophical Library, Michigan and Guelph.

[AEROPLANE AND MOTOR BOATS] INTERNATIONAL AERO AND MOTOR BOAT. Advantages and Disadvantages. Gray cast iron has a high dampening capacity and is corrosion resistant.

However it is brittle, and can be difficult to machine as it is hard to produce a smooth surface and can reduce tool life. Malleable iron has good shock resistance, is ductile and is very machinable.

Construction of Malleable Iron Rails, to be used in Rail roads; with Remarks on the comparative Merits of Cast Metal and Malleable Iron Rail-ways. Michael Michael William Thomson (mineralogist) ( words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article. Remarks on the comparative merits of cast metal and malleable iron rail - ways: and an account of the Stockton and Darlington rail - way and the Liverpool and Manchester rail - way etc.

etc. Published. of Longridge’s Remarks on the comparative merits of cast metal and malleable iron rail-ways. Ottley ; not in Skempton; OCLC records six copies in North America, at Illinois, California State, NYPL, American Philosophical Library, Michigan and Guelph.

PICKERING & CHATTO. uses of White Cast Iron- (a) It is widely used in manufacture of wrought iron. (b) For producing malleable iron castings. (c) For manufacturing those components Which require a hard and abrasion resistant materials.

(iii) Malleable Cast iron-The malleable cast iron is obtained from. white cast iron by a suitable heat treatment process. Remarks on the comparative merits of cast metal and malleable iron rail-ways; Newcastle, Edward Walker (printer), Price: £ Full details» MACERONI, Francis Expositions and illustrations, London, Effingham Wilson, Price: £ Full details» MANN, William.

Specification of John Birkinshaw's patent for an improvement in the construction of malleable iron rails, to be used in rail roads, with remarks on the comparative merits of cast metal and malleable iron rail-ways. by: Birkinshaw, John.

Published: (). Remarks on the Comparative Merits of Cast Metal and Malleable Iron Railways, Longridge and Birkinshaw ().

A section of fish-bellied rail on stone block sleepers, Stockton & Darlington Railway. Darlington Railway Museum. ↑ Specification of John Birkinshaw's Patent, for an Improvement in the Construction of Malleable Iron Rails, to be used in Rail roads; with Remarks on the comparative Merits of Cast Metal and Malleable Iron Rail-ways.

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Michael Longridge, Newcastle: E. Walker, The steel and iron boiler plates, left without shearing and with their ends bent over cold, also afforded ample evidence of the extreme tena- city and toughness of the metal; while the clear even surface of the Manufacture of Malleable Iron and Steel.

railway axle and piece of malleable iron ordnance, were examples of the perfect freedom Author: Henry Bessemer.The rail profile is the cross sectional shape of a railway rail, perpendicular to its length.

Early rails were made of wood, cast iron or wrought iron. All modern rails are hot rolled steel with a cross section approximate to an I-beam, but asymmetric about a horizontal axis (however see grooved rail below).The head is profiled to resist wear and to give a good ride, and the foot profiled to.