"...It becomes the province of the engineer in his functions of designing and building the various units so prominent in our contemporary civilization, to guild with due regard for economic and mortal safety. To do these things he must have reliable data of the behavior and characteristics of those materials with which he works. The data can only be obtained by the systematic testing of engineering materials and the articulated units and fabricated structures that are built with them"--Safety, page 7-8.
Forbes, Carroll Ralph
Professional Degree in Mining Engineering
Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy
© 1927 Gerald Franklin Rackett, All rights reserved.
Thesis - Open Access
Materials -- Testing
Strength of materials -- Testing
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Rackett, Gerald Franklin, "The economics of engineering testing" (1927). Professional Degree Theses. 66.