A Text-book on Applied Mechanics: Specially Arranged for the Use of Science and Art, City and Guilds of London Institute and Other Engineering Students, Band 2
Charles Griffin, 1898
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acceleration acting action amount angle applied axis beam bending body called carry cause centre centrifugal component compression crane curve cylinder describe determine diameter direction distance draw energy engine equal equation Exam EXAMPLE explained feet figure fixed flow foot force frame friction give given governor head Hence horizontal hydraulic illustrated inches inertia joint kinetic Lecture length line of action load lower machine magnitude material maximum means measured method minute moment motion moving obtain parallel passes pipe piston placed plane position pressure produced pull pulley pump radius reaction represent resistance respectively resultant rotation shaft shearing shown side speed square inch steam Stress Diagram supported surface tension tons uniform unit valve velocity vertical weight wheel
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Seite 54 - Sound and its chief Characteristics.— The Velocity of Sound In Air and other Media.— Reflection and Refraction of Sound.— Frequency and Pitch of Notes.— Resonance and Forced Oscillations.— Analysis of Vibrations.— The Transverse Vibrations of Stretched Strings or Wires.— Pipes and other Air Cavities.— Rods.— Plates.