Definition of Ramming
1. Verb. (present participle of ram) ¹
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Definition of Ramming
1. ram [v] - See also: ram
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Literary usage of Ramming
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1. Proceedings of the United States Naval Institute by United States Naval Institute (1894)
"ramming. I do not think that you can lump the two classes of cases together. In the case of accidental ramming the conditions are different on the side of ..."
2. General Foundry Practice by Andrew McWilliam, Percy Longmuir (1907)
"final ramming. A in fig. 7 shows an ordinary pegging rammer formed by ... 7, are employed for the final ramming. The flat end of this rammer is about 2£ ..."
3. Handbook of Cost Data for Contractors and Engineers: A Reference Book Giving by Halbert Powers Gillette (1910)
"Concrete that is mixed with very little water requires lone and hard ramming to flush the water to the surface. The yardage delivered to the rammers is ..."
4. Our Iron-clad Ships: Their Qualities, Performances, and Cost. With Chapters by Edward James Reed (1869)
"All those ships depend upon their powers of ramming for the main strength of their attack, but are by no means incapable of fighting with their heavy guns ..."
5. Metallurgical Laboratory Notes by Henry Marion Howe (1902)
"ramming. — First smear the inner surface of the crucible thoroughly with the binding material, in order to moisten the crucible itself, lest it soak up the ..."
6. Reinforced Concrete: A Treatise on Cement, Concrete, and Concrete Steel, and by Walter Loring Webb, William Herbert Gibson (1908)
"The dry mixture has been superseded by a medium or very wet mixture, often so wet as to require no ramming whatever. Experiments have shown that dry ..."
7. Comparison of an Eight-hour Plant and a Ten-hour Plant by Josephine Clara Goldmark, Mary Della Hopkins (1920)
"ramming Molds. The operation of ramming molds (chart 8) is in essence the packing or ramming of damp sand about a pattern so that when the pattern is ..."