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|crushing: दमित करने वाला दलन|
|strength: गुण ज़ोर ताकत|
crushing strength meaning in Hindicrushing strength sentence in Hindi
- Coke has a higher crushing strength than charcoal, allowing larger smelting furnaces.
- Man-Serpents have hypnotic gazes and lethally venomous bites, as well as terrible crushing strength.
- The greatest strength increase due to drying is in the ultimate crushing strength, and strength at modulus of elasticity is least affected.
- It has considerable compressive or crushing strength, but is somewhat deficient in shearing strength, and distinctly weak in tensile or pulling strength.
- Llanite is very strong, with a crushing strength of 37, 800 lb / in 2 or 26, 577, 180 kg / m 2.
- Instead of attacking with crushing strength, Riesch erred by breaking up his two divisions into five small task forces while retaining three battalions and 17 squadrons in reserve.
- Garvey punched in the first touchdown of the game from 23 yards out with a dazzling run which combinined great speed, elusive moves and crushing strength at the end to put him over the line.
- He wrote,'brick and stone weigh about 120 lb per cubic foot ( 2, 000 kg per cubic metre ) and the crushing strength of these materials is generally rather better than 6, 000 lbf per square inch or 40 megapascals.
- The brick is made from the local red clay, Etruria marl, which when fired at a high temperature in a low-oxygen reducing atmosphere takes on a deep blue colour and attains a very hard, impervious surface with high crushing strength and low water absorption.
- Hudson Beare's talents seem mainly to have been towards academic administration and inspiring younger engineers, but he did publish research that was appreciated at the time : " The Building-Stones of Great Britain : their Crushing Strength and other Properties " ( Minutes of the Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers, vol . 107, p . 341, 1891-2, Part 1 ) reported the results of his extensive experimental testing in his laboratories at University College London, of different types of rock from around the British Isles, and this was awarded a Telford premium by the Institution of Civil Engineers.