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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1887-1888-178

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174 applied sciences Subjects of First Year theoretical Elementary Principles -Measurement of the relative Position of Points Principles of Resolution and Composition of Distances Displacements Velocities and Forces Statics -Definition of Force its absolute Measurement and its Measurement in pounds weight Tension of Ropes Equilibrium of Forces Parallelogram and Triangle of Forces Equilibrium of Bodies turning about an Axis Levers the Centre of Gravity Action of Smooth Surfaces Mechanica Powers Theory of Motion -Measurement of Velocity Varying Ve- locity Uniformly accelerated Velocity Motion in Circle On the motion of Body round an Axis Angular Velocity the Velocity-ratio of two Points in Machine Work -Measurement of work Transmission of work by machines Efficiency of machine Dynamics -Absolute Measurementof Forces Momentumof body Impulse of Force AVork done by Force Energy 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 Hvdraulic and Pneumatic Machines זז £ f& ί י 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
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