It is a remarkable fact that one can look through a dozen text books on metallurgy and not find a definition of the word steel. Some of them describe the properties of many other irons and then allow you to guess that everything else is steel. ... Read more of Composition And Properties Of Steel at Steel Making.caInformational Site Network Informational
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The Astragal








Fig. 186 shows the ankle-bone molding, technically called the Astragal. This form is round, and properly placed produces a good effect, as it throws the darkest shadow of any form of molding.












Fig. 185. Fig. 188.
Fig. 185. Fig. 186.














Fig. 187. Fig. 188.
Fig. 187. Fig. 188.







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