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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1852-1853-340

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336 applied sciences -natural PipIoSopiji Explain the construction for showing the relations between the tension weight and inclination of tangent in the common catenary Show how to trace the curve by this construction Determine the radius of curvature at any point of the catenary and explain its use in describing the curve graphically chain weighing 10 lbs per foot and 100 feet long is suspended from two points in the same horizontal line 99 feet apart determine in pounds the tension at the lowest point Determine the radius of curvature in the chain bridge of uniform strength When the weight of the roadway the span and the height of the piers is given show how to determine the curve and the weight of the chain per foot Determine the force requisite to cause weight to describe circle radius with given velocity closed cylindrical vessel full of water is turned round its axis which is vertical with given velocity determine the pressure on the lid of the vessel Determine the pressure requisite to drive fluid through long rectilineal tube of uniform bore the coefficient of friction is given with constant velocity 10 Prove the equation of steady motion VI-ffflamtfaiturinff 2U Give description of Woolwich Arsenal and Depository VII-Dialmng Make drawing of explanatory figures of the principal modes by which the steam has been admitted to the cylinders of Engines to produce the alternating motion of the Piston from the time of Nevvcomen to the present day distinctly showing the difference between condensing expansion and high-pressure engines
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