Handbook for Quartermasters: Pts. I to V. I. Administrative. II. Supply. III. Transportation. IV. Construction. V. Miscellaneous Information
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1930 - 1192 σελίδες
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Σελίδα 909 - 1038. Paper denominations used by the paper trade. 24 sheets = 1 quire. 20 quires = 1 ream. 2 reams =1 bundle. 5 bundles =1 bale. 1 bale =5 bundles. 1 bundle = 2 reams. 1 ream = 20 quires. 1 quire = 24 sheets.
Σελίδα 882 - PART V—MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION PRACTICAL ARITHMETIC 1008. Definitions and use of mathematical signs. Mathematics is the science of quantity. Science is an arrangement of the principles of any subject in regular and proper order. . Quantity is anything that can be increased, diminished, or measured. To measure a quantity is to find how many times it contains some
Σελίδα 70 - 1-5, OQMG, 1928. Depots, posts, camps, and stations. Organizations, officers and individuals. National Guard, Organized Reserves, Reserve Officers Training Corps, and Citizens Military Training Camps. Allowances of expendable supplies.—Cir. 1-18, OQMG, 1930. Normal allowances for organizations. Additional allowance for use at posts, camps, and stations. Allowance for maintenance of authorized
Σελίδα 671 - For plastic mixes using sound aggregates the strength and other desirable properties of concrete under given job conditions are governed by the net quantity of mixing water used per sack of cement. The strength of concrete at a given age, therefore, will be
Σελίδα 226 - coal, the increments should be at least 10 to 30 pounds, depending on the size and weight of the pieces of coal and impurities being sampled.. »Collect the increments regularly and systematically, so that the entire quantity of coal sampled will be represented proportionately in the
Σελίδα 229 - or 4-mesh screen. The method of reducing by hand the quantity of coal in a gross sample must be carried out as prescribed below, even though the initial size of the coal or of any impurities be less than is specified in the table. The progressive reduction in the weight of the sample to the
Σελίδα 681 - The crown is the rise in cross section from the lowest to the highest part of the finished roadway. It may be expressed either as so many inches (or tenths of a foot) or as a rate per foot of distance from side to center; ie, "the crown is 4 inches
Σελίδα 666 - seven days. 569. Machine mixing.—The mixing of concrete, unless otherwise authorized, shall be done in a batch mixer of approved type which will insure a uniform distribution of the materials throughout the mass, so that the mixture is uniform in color and homogeneous.
Σελίδα 913 - 1051. Weights.—The gram is the primary unit of weights, and is the weight in a vacuum of cubic centimeter of distilled water at the temperature of 39.2° F. 10 milligrams (mg) = 1 centigram (eg) = 10 centigrams 10 decigrams 10 grams 10 decagrams 10 hectograms