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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1874-1875-302

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300 EVENING CLASSES The Mechanical Powers statically considered-Definition of Machine No Machine can intensify the energy of Force What is gained in power is lost in speed The Force of Friction 'Dynamics -The Units of Space Time and Quantity of Matter The term "Velocity" Newton's First Law of Motion-the Inertia of Matter-A change of Velocity or Direction implies the existence of some exterior Force Newton's Second Law of Motion and the Parallelogram of Velocities Dynamical Force is measured by the Velocity which it would add to unit of Matter in 1" an inference from Newton's Third Law of Motion Nature of the Proofs of the Laws of Motion The Force of Gravity The Motion of Projectiles-Motion down Smooth Inclined Plane-Motion in Curve-The simple Pendulum-Centrifugal Force The Elasticity of Bodies Their direct Collision Hydrostatics Propositions referring to the Nature and Effects of the Pressure exerted by Fluids The Equilibrium of Floating Bodies The Principles on which the Experimental Methods for determining the Specific Gravity of Body are based The Transmission of Pressure by means of Fluid which is practically incompressible-The Hydrostatic Press and other Hydrostatic and Pneumatic Machines The Effects of Friction considered further Properties and Strength of Material Limits of Tenacity and Elasticity Dilatation and Contrac- tion from change of Temperature Roofs and Tie Beams Pressure of Fluids on Lock-gates and Embankments Centrifugal Pump Various estimates of Animal Power Steam Power
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