Sunday, November 23, 2014

Dimensions of Music Wire Gauge Part-2

Dear Readers,

This post is a continuation with my earlier posts of gauges. Now you may familiar with AWG, SWG and MWG. Music Wire is characteristically much thinner than non-music wire of same gauge. So for dimensions of American Screw & Wire Co. Music Wire, Wright Wire Co. Music Wire, American Screw & Wire Co., and Wright Wire Co., music wires were discussed. Now let us see the dimension of Roebling or Trenton Iron Works.(Music Wire) & Felten & Guill-eaume (Music Wire). 

Table is below. Click on Picture to enlarge

Note that 4/0 (pronounced " four aught) is an abbreviation for 0000, 2/00 for 00 and so on. Dimensions of Other Music Wire gauge will be followed my next post

For More Details about Standard Wire Gauge click SWG
For More Details about American Wire Gauge click AWG
For More Details about Music Wire Gauge click MWG

Best Quote:“If a man does not know what port he is steering for, no wind is favorable to him”. Have a Nice Day

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Five Million Page Views

Dear Readers, Thanks for Five Million Views.
I'm proud to announce that Engineer Diary blog has just crossed the Five million page view (5,007,608) threshold since the start of the blog and of course it is an another milestone for this blog. Please note that it has reached on 04 November 2014. (We were crossed one million page views on 13 June 2013). I so excited to write this! I would like to thank you guys, particularly the regular readers, feed readers, my co-author crane man, because you peoples are helped us to make this possible.
This Milestone brings me to encourage myself to keep at this hobby, to minimize slacking, get better at doing things and more exciting blogging journey. Many, many thanks to everyone who's supported me in this endeavor!

Dear Readers,

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Sunday, November 2, 2014

Wind Speeds

Dear Readers,

Wind speed is a common factor in the design of structures and buildings around the world. The wind speed is often the governing factor in the "lateral" design of a structure and is used by professional engineers and designers. Wind speed affects weather forecasting, aircraft and maritime operations, construction projects, growth and metabolism rate of many plant species, and countless other implications, also local weather conditions play a key role in influencing wind speed, as the formation of hurricanes, monsoons and cyclones as freak weather conditions can drastically affect the velocity of the wind. Wind speed is caused by air moving from high pressure to low pressure.

It is measured as follows,
1. Beaufort scale
2. Fujita scale and Enhanced Fujita Scale
3. Saffir–Simpson Hurricane Scale
4. TORRO scale

Wind speed is now commonly measured with an anemometer but can also be classified using the older Beaufort scale which is based on people's observation of specifically defined wind effects.

Unit of Measurement for Wind speeds are either one of following
1.meter per Second (m/s)
2.kilometers per hour (km/h)
3.miles per hour (mph) &
4.Knot (unit)
Wind Speeds are classified as calm, light, Breeze, Gale, Storm and Hurricane. Also note that Breeze, Gale & Storm are further classified as Light, Moderate & Strong. Detailed chart will be followed on my next post
Best Quote :If you reveal your secrets to the wind you should not blame the wind for revealing them to the trees. Have a Nice Day

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