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acceleration angle angular velocity axis beam bending bending moment body centrifugal force compression condenser crane curve cwts cylinder diameter direction distance equal equation Exam EXAMPLE external forces feet per second fixed flange fluid flywheel forces acting Frame Diagram friction girder governor Hence hodograph horizontal hydraulic Hydraulic Machinery inch-lbs inertia joint kinetic energy Lecture length lever line of action liquid machine magnitude maximum moment of inertia motion moving P₁ parallel pendulum governor pipe piston plane plunger polygon pressure pulley pump radius of gyration reaction refrigerating represent resistance resultant revolutions per minute rotation shaft shearing force shearing stress side speed spindle square inch Stress Diagram stroke surface tank tensile stress tension tie-rods tons truss turbine uniformly v₁ vane vertical component W₁ 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.