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Equally unable to fly or to advance, he stood riveted to the spot, until the infatuation became so complete, that the worthy naturalist was beginning, by a desperate effort of scientific resolution, even to class the different specimens.
The thickness of the leather and the spot to be riveted determines the size of rivet needed.
Riveted connections are the most commonly used ones among the mechanical connections.
Hence, this research proposed to complete the comparative evaluation of the currently-in-use riveted connections of wall studs in Australia and New Zealand.
Sun and Khaleel [10] optimized the static performance of the riveted joint by increasing the rivet length.
Once the restorers put the tank together and riveted it, they weren't entirely sure it would hold water.
RIVETED LAP JOINTS IN AIRCRAFT FUSELAGE: DESIGN, ANALYSIS, AND PROPERTIES (SOLID MECHANICS AND ITS APPLICATIONS).
A red hot rod of steel would be put into a hole of the metal to be riveted and then the cup of this hammer placed over the end and then struck with a larger hammer to set the rivet and dome the head over.
I'm concerned about doing this as there is a fiber washer in the back of the receiver that is riveted in.