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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1858-1859-97

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APPLIED SCIENCES 97 First Year The subjects of the Lectures given to Students of the first year in the Michaelmas Term presuppose but little mathe- matical knowledge on the part of the pupil and are chiefly treated experimentally in the following order Michaelmas Term Properties of Matter -The Distinctive Characters of Solids Liquids and Gases -Force how measured Principle of tbe Parallelogram of Forces Principle of the Lever the Wheel and Axle Toothed Wheels the Pullies the Inclined Plane the Wedge the Screw ×™ Fluids -Transmission of Pressure in Fluids Pressure varies as the Depth Hydrostatic Press Specific Gravity Hydro- meters Properties of Oases and Vapours -Dew Point Hygrometers the Barometer the Syphon the Air-Pump Elementary Principles of the Steam-Engine the Atmospheric Condensing and High-Pressure Engine Dynamics -The Laws of Motion the Laws of Falling Bodies Projectiles Centrifugal Force Principle of Work Statical Estimate of Work Dynamical Estimate of Work the Work stored up in Rotating Body Lent Term more detailed Mathematical Examination of the Propo- sitions discussed in the First Term with numerous Examples Theory of Equilibrium and of the Mechanical Powers the Laws of Friction Hydrostatic Pressure Conditions of Equi- librium of Floating Bodies Dynamics -The Motion of Body under the Action of Constant Force the Pendulum The Examination for the Prize in June for Students of the first year will be limited to the subjects lectured upon during the Michaelmas and Lent Terms Easter Term Experimental Lectures on Light illustrated by Hie Oxyhydrogen or Electric Light -Nature of Light Laws which regulate its Transmission the Reflection and Refraction of Light Dis- persion Diffraction Formation of Optical Images by Lenses
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