| 1867
...of wood (about eighty sorts were examined) under these circumstances is at once apparent. With some, **the . ellipses are tolerably circular; by others,...second, and by far the most numerous group, containing** Elder, Nut, Ebony, Apple, several dye-woods, etc., the mean value of this ratio is 1 to 1'45. In the... | |
| 1867
...of wood (about eighty sorts were examined) under these circumstances is at once apparent. With some, **the ellipses are tolerably circular; by others, more...major axis of the ellipse is on the average as 1 to** 125. To this group, Acacia, Box, Cypress, King-wood, etc., belong. In the second, and by far the most... | |
| 1860
...of wood (about eighty sorts were examined) under these circumstances is at once apparent. With some, **the ellipses are tolerably circular; by others, more...second, and by far the most numerous group, containing** Elder, Nut, Ebony, Apple, several dye-woods, etc., the mean value of this ratio is 1 to T45. In the... | |
| Sir Horace Lamb - 1879 - 258 Seiten
...description being the same as for a particle attracted to a fixed point by a force varying as the distance. **The ratio of the minor to the major axis of the ellipse,** viz. diminishes from the surface to the bottom, where it vanishes. If we compare (32) with (30), we... | |
| George Gabriel Stokes - 1901
...observe, that is, as may readily be shewn, that it should not be less than 2w, where tan w denotes **the ratio of the minor to the major axis of the ellipse.** With the diminished retardation, the chromatic changes which the retarding plate introduces into the... | |
| SIR GEORGE GABRIEL STOKES, BART., - 1901
...observe, that is, as may readily be shewn, that it should not be less than 2-sr, where tan OT denotes **the ratio of the minor to the major axis of the ellipse.** With the diminished retardation, the chromatic changes which the retarding plate introduces into the... | |
| 1912
...nicol for a match on light of the given ellipticity, ^0 the same for plane polarized light, and E is **the ratio of the minor to the major axis of the ellipse.** Since the half shade was set with its principal azimuth at 45° to the polarizer, sin 29 = I, and the... | |
| 1916
...is a measure of the ellipticity of the reflected light denned by the relation, E = tg f , where E is **the ratio of the minor to the major axis of the ellipse.** The quantity 7 is the azimuth of the major axis of the elliptic vibration measured with the plane of... | |
| 1859
...the major axes are so extended as to be nearly twice the length of the minor ones. The excentricity **of these ellipses, which furnished a graphical expression...major axis of the ellipse is on the average as 1 to** 1'25. To this group, Acacia, Box, Cypress, King-wood, &c. belong. In the second, and by far the most... | |
| Canada. Topographical and Air Survey Bureau - 1908
...of the other two. 20 3. Prove that the area of an ellipse is to that of the circumscribing circle in **the ratio of the minor to the major axis of the ellipse.** 20 4. Prove that the volume of an oblate spheroid is two-thirds that of the circumscribing cylinder.... | |
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