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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1881-1882-166

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164 applied sciences of Moving Body Uniformly accelerated motion the Hammer Uniformly deviated motion Watt's Governor Oscillating motion Pendulums and Balances Motion of Projectiles experimental Hydrostatics and Pneumatics -Fluid Pressure Conditions of Equilibrium of Floating Bodies Specific Gravities The Hydraulic Press The Barometer The Air-pump and various Hydraulic and Pneumatic Machines Optics -Laws of Reflection and Refraction Plane and Spherical Mirrors Prisms and Lenses Simple Optical Instruments Heat -Sources of Heat Conduction and Convection Specific and Latent Heat Expansion of Bodies The Thermometer Liquefaction Vaporization The Dew-point Expansive Force of Vapours Radiation This Course is intended to prepare Students for the Matriculation and First Sc Examinations of the Uni- versity of London as well as for the Indian Civil Engineering Service The Text-Books used in this part of the Course are Todhunter's Elementary Mechanics BesantJs Elementary Hydrostatics Ganot's Physics Subjects of Second and Third Years This course extends over two vears but the first and second parts of the course are independent and may be attended separately theoretical Friction -Experimental Laws and Application to the Sta- bility of Structures Stability of Earthworks Friction of Axles The Crank Beam of Steam Engine Toothed Wheels Resistance of Trains and the Efficiency of Ma- chines Strength of Materials -Construction of Diagrams of Forces Calculation of the Pressure and Tensions on the pieces of jointed Framework Strength and Stiffness of Frames Beams
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