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evening CLASSES 395 ןז0ז י -Kinetic and Potential Energy-Laws of Friction Conservation of Energy-Relation between Thermal and Vlechanical Energy-Degradation of Energy-Transmutation Energy Statics-Rest -Theory of Equilibrium-Parallelogram of orces-Triangle of Forces-Polygon of Forces-Resolution ind Composition of Forces Meeting at Point The Composition and Resolution of Parallel Forces-The Centre of Parallel Forces-The Centre of Mass of Body Conditions determining the Stability of Body-Illustra- ions of these-The Principle of Moments Definition of Machine No Machine can intensify Energy The Mechanical Powers statically considered Hydromechanics-Mechanics of Fluids -Definition of Fluid-Laws of Fluid Pressure-Propositions referring to the Nature and Effects of Fluid Pressure The Equilibrium of Floating Bodies Definitions of "Density Specific Gravity יי-Experi- mental Methods of Determining the Density of Substances Boyle's Law and its Applications Flow of Liquids Hydromechanical Machines The Lectures will be illustrated by experiments and are specially designed with view to meet the requirements of those who may be preparing for the London University Matriculation Examination BOOKS RECOMMENDED "Elementary Mechanics" by Magnus Hydrostatics י by Magnus 23 PHYSIOLOGY Day and Hour of Attendance-Wednesday from to This Course is intended to impart general knowledge 3f the principles and chief facts of the Science
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