Thesis - Open Access
Master of Engineering (MEngr)
The object of this thesis, then is to compare chimney wall sections conforming with the accepted rules as quoted by Kent, Kidder, Molesworth, and Christie, with wall sections obtained by formulas that were derived by means of an analysis similar to that in the preceding paragraph; to show chimney wall sections of uniform height and of diameters varying from one to ten feet, assuming the upper wall thickness in all cases to be the same as the used in common practice and keeping sure constant so that the several chimneys may be compared as to relative volume, outline, stress, and batter. A light review of concrete chimneys, chimney functions, and present features will first be given to add to the completeness of the discussion.
Library of Congress Subject Headings
Chimneys -- Design and construction
Chimneys -- Standards
Number of Pages
South Dakota State College
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Schaphorst, W. F., "Chimney Design and Chimney Formula Comparison" (1905). Theses and Dissertations. 78.