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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1896-1897-164

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I Γη ι Γ 1T1 TY Op ec1F N1 Theory of Motion Measurement of Velocity Yaryinp Vo- lority ΓηϋΌπηΙν accelor tlf Vr ity Motion in Cin tlie Hotion of Body round an Axis Angular Velocity 1110 Velocity-ratio 01 two Ρ nuts in Machine Work Measurement of work Transmission of work by Machines Klheiency of Machine Dynamics Absolute Measurement of Force Momentum of body Impulse of Force Work done by Force Energy of Moving Body Cnifonnly accelerated motion Uniformly deviated motion Watt's Governor Oscillating motion Pendulums and Balances Motion of Projectiles Experimental Wednesday and Friday 11 4512 45 Hydrostatic and Pneumatics Fluid Pressure Conditions of Equilibrium of Floating Bodies Specific ravities The Hydraulic Press The Barometer The Air pump and various Hydraulic and Pneumatic Machines Heat Sources of Heat Conduction and Convection Specific and Latent Heat Expansion of Bodice Tho Thermometer Liquefaction Vaporization The Pew-point Expansive Force of Vapours Radiation Text Hooks Robinson's Elements of Dynamics Hesant's IClemcntary Hydrostatics Ganot'8 Physics DeechaioTe Natural Philosophy Fee ill 4s per Term or £10 10 per Annum II Mechanics and Puvsns Senior Class This Course extends over two years but the first and second parts of the Course are independent and may be attended separately Τηκοπκτιγαι Monday Wednesday Thursday 10 20- 11 40 Friction Experimental Laws and Application to the Stabi lity ot Structures Stability of Earthworks Friction of Axles The Crank Beam of Steam Engine Toothed Wheels Efficiency of Machines
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