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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1875-1876-318

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EVENING CLASSES 20 MECHANICS AND THEIR APPLICATION TO ENGINEERING AND MACHINERY Daysand Hour of Attendance-Monday and Thursday from t07 Physical Force-The Correlation of Matter and Force- Illustrations of various kinds of Force in Nature Definitions of Weight Specific Gravity Mass Density Division of the Science of Mechanics into Statics and Dynamics Statics Pressure-Meaning of the term-It varies in amount and direction-The measure of this amount Illustrations of Pressures in diiferent directions producing Equilibrium In Statics Force is used as Synonyme of Pressure The graphical representation of the point of application direction and amount of Statical Force-Composition and resolution of Statical Forces The Parallelogram of Forces-TheTriangle of Forces-The Resultant of any number of Forces applied at the same point and whose directions lie in the same Plane-General coadi- tions of the Equilibrium of Forces whose directions lie in the same Plane-The Principle of Moments The Composition and Resolution of Parallel Forces-The Centre of Parallel Forces-The Centre of Gravity of Body Conditions determining the Stability of Bod -Ulustra- tions of this 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 chancre of Velocitv or Direction implies the existence of some exterior Force
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