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For six times extracted from these gauges, as shown in sketch, Fig. 9, indicating that after the first blow the piston has jumped back and released the from the centering pins the pellet has then toppled and received a second blow while in a tilted position, and then several smaller blows. pellet ; The centering pins are evidently inferior to the rubber rings used in the English and French gauges for the same purpose, and the necessity of some arrangement, as in the American gauges, for preventing the piston from moving backwards is very apparent.

12,000 to blasting gelatine marked Hence a; = 17,040, or the 12,000 lb. we have curve for dynamite becomes the 17,000 lb. curve for blasting gelatine, similarly for the other curves on the diagram. and An examination of these curves will show that the charges of dynamite and of blasting gelatine required to give a pi-essure P = 6000 at various distances, are as follows, when P = 6000 as calculated by Abbot's formula, such pressure being considered by him as sufficient to man-of-war as strong as the Hercules fatally injure a : Table XVI.

Another form of English crusher gauge is shown on Fig. 6, and is screwed into the bottom of a solid 18-pounder shot provided with an Or the gauge eye-bolt at the top by which it is suspended from a fioat. Submarine Minviig. 16 may be one of several screwed into tlie side of a 13-in. shell, or into the any other substantial metal body. The by a rubber ring inside a piston which is kept in place by two screws as shown. The pellet is seated on a projection forming Three holes are provided at the bottom of part of the steel cylinder.

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