Definition of Rivetting

1. Verb. (alternative spelling of riveting) ¹



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Definition of Rivetting

1. rivet [v] - See also: rivet

Rivetting Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rivetting

rivet line
riveted
riveter
riveters
rivethead
rivetheads
riveting
riveting machine
rivetingly
rivetings
rivetless
rivetlike
rivets
rivetted
rivetter
rivetting (current term)
riviation
rivieras
riviere
rivieres
riving
rivlin
rivlins
rivo
rivos
rivose
rivulet
rivulets
rivulose
rivulus

Literary usage of Rivetting

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1. Electric Crane Construction by Claude William Hill (1911)
"In all plate girders the load on the rivetting is greatest in the panels at the two ... 180 would require the whole of the rivetting at the extreme ends, ..."

2. Hydraulic Power and Hydraulic Machinery by Henry Robinson (1887)
"in rivetting, as compared with hand labour. Even in heavy work, ... In hand rivetting f-inch plates, it was found that slipping began at 27 per cent. of the ..."

3. The Railroad Engineer's Practice: Being a Short But Complete Description of by Thomas M. Cleemann (1892)
"rivetting. In bridge construction rivets have, according to their positions, two functions to perform ; first, to transmit a tensile stress from one piece ..."

4. Civil Engineer and Architect's Journal (1862)
"One of the great difficulties to be overcome in hand rivetting cannot possibly ... L two heads of the rivet exactly opposite; in hand rivetting they are ..."

5. A System of Iron Railroad Bridges for Japan by John Alexander Low Waddell (1885)
"The subject of rivetting is one which seldom, if ever, receives its ilno amount of ... The principal rules for rivetting have been given in Chapter VI. ..."

6. The Construction of Wrought Iron Bridges: Embracing the Practical by John Herbert Latham (1858)
"The lattice-web of a girder being united by rivetting, is in perfect bearing upon all the rivets; and before the weight of the bridge is thrown on it, ..."

7. Marine Engineer and Naval Architect (1880)
"3 is an elevation to a large scale of the Portable Steam rivetting Cylinder ... The rivetting machine consists of a steam cylinder, A, with steadying back ..."

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