Monday, September 15, 2014

Happy Engineers Day-2014

Dear Readers,

Wish You a Happy Engineers Day.

Engineer Diary blog is very happy to wishes the Engineer day as well as publish the 100th post of this blog. This is an important mile stone for us. Thanks to all readers for continuous support to this blog. This blog started in the year 2010 and published first post on 2nd March 2010. For 100th post this blog takes five years, of-course it has been consumed more time due to quality of articles and technical information's.

This time self decided to post some article other than the regular subject (Engineering) and useful to all readers. Let us see how the friendship breaks?

Everybody life span one person is more important other than your spouse and family members. You may agree that person is absolutely your friend. To keep the friendship alive, we should not allow to break the same. 

How Friendship Breaks?
Both friends are busy in their works or they feel that other is busy with their work
So both won't disturb to each other works
Time Passes...
Both will wait other will speak
Then both will think why should I speak first?
Here love convert in to angry
At last both will not contact each other that memories loses and weaken

Then forget each other

So Don't forget keep contact regularly

Keep in contact through e-mail, mobile, Telephone & letters

E - Earth
N - Never
D - Die

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Sunday, September 7, 2014

Conversion Table of Drill bit sizes

Drilling is a cutting process that uses a drill bit to cut or enlarge a hole of circular cross-section in solid materials. The drill bit is a rotary cutting tool, often multi point. The bit is pressed against the work piece and rotated at rates from hundreds to thousands of revolutions per minute.
Drill bits are identified by the diameter size. However small size are standardised by number gauge. Number drill bit gauge sizes are analogous to, but different from, American wire gauge (AWG) and Standard Wire Gauge (SWG).
Number gauge is routinely used from size "80" (the smallest) to size "1" (the largest) followed by letter gauge size "A" (the smallest) to size "Z" (the Largest). Number gauge is actually defined at least down to size 107, but these smaller sizes are rarely encountered. 
Drill bit conversion table is given above, click to view enlarge. The table gives set of three columns for five times. The First Column gives the ANSI number or Letter drill size, the Second Column gives the size in inches and Third Column gives the closet available ISO Metric drill size.

Number and Letter gauge drill bits are almost always twist drill bits and it is the most commonly used. The gauge to diameter conversion does not follow a set formula, but rather was defined as a useful and practical measure.

Drill bit fractional inches which is available in market will follow next post

For More information about Gauges click Here

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Abbreviations (19) Acre (2) ANSI (1) Anti friction bearing (2) Apothecaries Mass (1) Avoirdupois Mass (1) AWG (4) AWS (3) BCR 295 (2) Beam (19) Bearings (5) Blasting & Painting (5) Blogoversary (3) Bolt (4) CAR A/C (1) Cartoon (2) Cent (2) CHANNEL (7) Chequered Plate (1) Chinese (3) Civil (2) Classification (3) Cleaning (4) Cold Rolled Steel (2) Colour Code (1) Column Section (1) Computer (1) Concrete (1) Construction Industry (6) Conversion Table (2) Crane Rail (2) Density (1) Drill bit (1) Drill gauge (1) Drilling (1) Dry Ice (1) EHS (1) Ellipcon Steel (1) Elliptical Hollow Section (1) EN 10083-3 (1) EN 10219 (1) Engineer Day (6) Engineering Miracle (2) Environment (1) European Steel (3) Fibre Rope (3) Fire (1) FLAT (2) floating crane (1) Flood (1) Formula (1) GAUGE (9) General (24) Greetings (6) H-beam (4) Handrail (1) Heavy Weight Beam (1) Helmet (2) HEXAGOAN (2) Hollow Rectangle (3) Hollow Square (5) Hollow Steel (10) Hot rolled Steel (28) HR & IR (1) HSS (9) I-Beam (2) Information (5) Informations (4) Introduce (4) IPE (3) IS 1173 (5) IS 1786 (1) IS 3443 (2) IS 4923 (2) IS 808 (15) IS:1732 (1) ISA (2) ISCR (1) ISHB (3) ISJB (4) ISJC (2) ISLB (3) ISLC (2) ISMB (4) ISMC (2) ISMCP (1) ISNT (2) ISSC (2) ISWB (3) JIS G3466 (1) Joints (1) Junior Beam (2) Junior Channel (3) Labour Law (3) Labour Welfare (1) Land Measurement (2) Light Beam (1) Light Channel (3) LPG Cylinder (1) Mass (2) Measurement (3) Metals (4) Mile Stone (2) Music Wire (4) MWG (6) Numbers (3) OCTOGAN (1) Painting (4) Parallel Flange Channel (1) PFC (1) PIPE (1) Plastics (2) PPE (1) Precautions (2) Rain (1) Rebar (1) Reinforcement Rod (1) Reinforcemnt Steel (1) Reo (1) Rigging (8) River on River (1) Rope (6) ROUND (2) Safety (11) Scale (1) Self Explanatory (4) SEP (4) Short cut key (1) Sling (1) Slit Tee (1) Specific Gravity (3) SQUARE (1) SSPC (1) Steel (19) Steel Beam (7) Steel Section (6) Steel Section Type (5) Structural Steel (53) Surface Preparation (5) SWG (4) SWL (1) Technical (6) Tee Section (5) Thanks (7) Tools & Tackles (2) Torque (5) Troy Mass (1) TUBE (1) Turnbuckle (1) UB (2) UC (2) Unit of Mass (1) UNIT WEIGHT (48) Universal Beam (1) universal Column (2) Water (3) Weight (10) Welding (5) Wide Flange Beam (2) Wind (6) Wind Speed (4) Wire Rope (3) Wishes (14) WWD (1)


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