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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1896-1897-131

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ENGINEERING 127 The object of these Lectures is to teach the principal Mechanical and Physical Sciences-viz Statics Dynamics Hydrostatics Pneumatics Hydraulics Optics and Astronomy Heat and Electricity In the First Year there arc distinct Courses of Theoretical and Experimental Lectures The Matriculated Students attend both Courses In the Second and Third Years the Mathematical principles of Mechanics Hydraulics Optics &c are more fully taught including the Theory of Work the Mathematical Calculations relative to Roofs Arches Chain Bridges Retaining Walls Embankments Strength of Materials &c the Steam Engine together with the use of Optical Instruments There is also more advanced Experimental Course on Heat Light Sound Electricity and Magnetism Third Year -Students who have completed six terms in 111 is Department are admitted to Course of Practical Physics and are taught to make experiments for themselves in Mechanics Pneumatics Heat Light Magnetism and Elec- iricity and to construct the more simple apparatus required for those experiments Hours of attendance דדן ί Mechanics Monday and Thursday 11 15 to irst ι ear ן phygics Wednesday and Friday 12 45 י ά י ך Physics Monday and Thursday to Second and Third י Γ Monday Wednesday and ears Mechanics ThurJdayj 10 90 to 11 40 Non-Matriculated Students can attend with either class or they may attend the Experimental Lectures onlv on Wednesday and Friday at 11 45 and on Monday and Thursdciy at For detailed Syllabus and Evening Classes see Division of Natural Science The subjects for First Year Students are those for Class and for Secondhand Third Year Students those of Class II Students of the Second and Third Years are recommended to read Tate's Mechanical Philosophy Twisden's Practical
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