Definition of Flatways
1. flatwise [adv] - See also: flatwise
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Literary usage of Flatways
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Practical Blacksmithing by Milton T. Richardson (1888)
"The strap is made of 11/± by ^-inch iron bent and flatways. Each end has a piece of ^-inch round iron welded on to it. Referring to the letters in the ..."
2. Ship-building in Iron and Wood by Andrew Murray, Robert Murray (1863)
"3 xH inch was 18-2 and 20*1 or 10 per cent, lese flatways. 41 x If 14-3 17-9 20 3x1 157 21-1 26 fi| x 1J 16-7 22-6 26 6 x 14 15-0 18-4 18 A trial was also ..."
3. Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel Manufacturers edited by Sholto Percy, Perry Fairfax Nursey (1858)
"... the difference being inconsiderable between the two directions of shearing, flatways or edgeways. In comparing the shearing of these sections, ..."
4. The Theory of Strains in Girders and Similar Structures with Observations on by Bindon Blood Stoney (1869)
"14 to 32 inclusive), the force required in shearing was diminished, and considerably so in the case of the thinner sections when sheared flatways; ..."
5. Workshop Receipts by Ernest Spon, Charles George Warnford Lock, Robert Haldane (1889)
"All you have to do is to work it out at a dull red heat, hit it flatways when cooling ... It must now be hammered edgeways first, and flatways last of all. ..."
6. The Theory of Strains in Girders and Similar Structures: With Observations by Bindon Blood Stoney (1873)
"The force in tons per square inch of section cut with the bars flatways. Edgeways. tons. tons. 3 X11 inch was 18'2 and 20-1 or 10 per cent, ..."