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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1858-1859-98

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APPLIED SCIENCES and Mirrors Achromatism Vision the Eye the Telescope and Microscope Positive and Negative Eye-pieces Magni- fying Power Focal Wires Line of Collimation the Tele- scope as means of ascertaining Direction the Theodolite Micrometrical Uses of the Telescope and Microscope the Sextant the Goniometer the Polarization of Light The First Principles of Astronomy -Proper Motions of the Earth Sun and Planets accounted for and explained Time the Measures of Time the Mode of conducting Astronomical Observations the Transit Instrument the Altitude Circle The Reading Microscope the Equatorial Telescope Eclipses Magnitudes and Masses of the Heavenly Bodies General View of the Solar System The Text-Books used in this part of the Course are Galbraith and Haughton's Manuals on Mechanics Hydrostatics Optics and Astronomy Second and Third Years Theoretical Lectures on Applied Mechanics The Parallelogram of Forces -Conditions of Equilibrium of Body when acted on by Three Forces Equilibrium of any Number of Forces acting on Point Couples the Equilibrium of Body under Forces in one Plane Strength of Materials -Estimation of the Forces tending to break Beams under various conditions Elasticity Neutral Axis Strongest Form of Beam Revetments Pressure Estimation of Stability Friction Laws observed Reaction of Rough Surfaces Angle of Resistance Friction on Pivot The Mechanical Powers when Friction acts On the Equi- librium of Roofs On Bridges -The Catenary Dynamics -D'Alembert's Principle Analytical Represen- tation of Variable Forces Motion of Rigid Body about Fixed Axis Centre of Oscillation Principle of Vis Viva Fly Wheels Governors of Steam Engines Equilibrium and Pressure of Gases Theory of the Steam Engine Strength of Boilers and Vessels under Fluid Pressure Stability of Floating Bodies -The subjects for the second and third years form two years' course and are not the same in successive years
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