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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1889-1890-422

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420 EVENING CLASSES 32 MECHANICS AND THEIR APPLICATION TO ENGINEERING AND MACHINERY Days and Hours of Attendance for Lectures-Monday and Thursday from to Kinematics-Motion -Varieties of Motion-The Units of Space and Time-The terms "Speed Velocity מ-Measure- ment of Uniform Motion-Accelerated Motion-Space de- scribed Illustrations of uniformly acclerated Motion furnished by bodies under the action of Gravity Kinetics-Force -Mass-Momentum-Force-Measurement of Force-Force of Gravitation-Distinction between Weight and Mass Newton's Laws of Motion-Illustrations of the Laws- Inertia of Matter-Composition and Resolution of Velocities and of Accelerations-Atwood's Machine Work-Kinetic and Potential Energy-Laws of Friction Conservation of Energy-Relation between Thermal and Mechanical Energy-Degradation of Energy-Transmutation of Energy Statics-Best-Theory of Equilibrium-Parallelogram of Forces-Triangle of -Forces-Polygon of Forces-Resolution and 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- tions 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
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