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" The effect of atmospheric changes upon the fibre of textile bands renders it impossible, with the present method of constructing frames, to keep them at a uniform tension, but this variation can be reduced by a little care. Is it not worth while for each... "
Transactions - Page 44
1879
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Transactions of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers

American Society of Mechanical Engineers - Mechanical engineering - 1880
...was between the limits of one-fourth to five pounds. The effect of atmospheric changes upon the fiber of textile bands renders it impossible, with the present...connected with the spindles, the actual spinning of cotton fibers, and the alternate contraction and expansion . of the bands, are conditions which are more nearly...
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Summarized Proceedings ... and a Directory of Members, Part 1

American Association for the Advancement of Science - Science - 1881
...of from J- to "2 Ibs. and in a third mill the band tension was between the limits of to 5 Ibs. The effect of atmospheric changes upon the fibre of...contraction and expansion of the bands, are conditions which are more -nearly constant and in no case do they vary in proportion with the friction of the...
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Summarized Proceedings ... and a Directory of Members, Part 1

American Association for the Advancement of Science - Science - 1881
...between the limits of to 5 lbs. The effect of atmospheric changes upon the fibre of textile bauds renders it impossible, with the present method of...contraction and expansion of the bands, are conditions which are more nearly constant and in no case do they vary in proportion with the friction of the spindle...
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Proceedings of the American Association for the ..., Volume 29, Part 1880

American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1881
...between the limits of i to 5 Ibs. The effect of atmospheric changes upon the fibre of textile bauds renders it impossible, with the present method of...contraction and expansion of the bands, are conditions which are more nearly constant and in no case do they vary in proportion with the friction of the spindle...
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Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Issue 29

1881
...his special work, and then keep within those limits? The whole power required to run the frame wotdd not vary in direct proportion to the varying resistance...pressures, because the resistance of the friction mother parts of the frame connected with the spindles, the actual spinning of cotton fibres, and the...
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Railway Master Mechanic, Volume 4

1881
...band tension was between the limits of J to 5 Ibs. The effect of atmospheric changes upon the fiber of textile bands renders it impossible, with the present...contraction and expansion of the bands, are conditions which are more nearly constant and in no case do they vary in proportion with the friction of the spindle;...
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