### тИ КщМЕ ОИ ВЯчСТЕР -сЩМТАНГ ЙЯИТИЙчР

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### пЕЯИЕВЭЛЕМА

 LECTURE II 6 LECTURE III 21 LECTURE IV 35 LECTURE V 52 LECTURE VIII 80 LECTURE IX 93 LECTURE X 101 LECTURE XI 110
 LECTURE XV 160 LECTURE XVI 174 LECTURE XVII 188 HydraulicsDefinition of a LiquidAxioms relating to a Liquid 191 LECTURE XVIII 198 Hydraulic MachinesThe Common Suction PumpExample I 211 Stresses on ChainsShearing Stress and StrainExample I 268 LECTURE XXIV 281

 Difference of Tension in the Leading and Following Parts of 116 LECTURE XII 130 LECTURE XIII 140 LECTURE XIV 148
 LECTURE XXV 293 LECTURE XXVI 307 APPENDICES MEASURING INSTRUMENTS AND SPECIAL 319 Index 337

### дГЛОЖИКч АПОСПэСЛАТА

сЕКъДА 21 - ... is equal to the sum of the moments of the forces which tend to turn the body in the opposite direction about the same point.
сЕКъДА xviii - The unit of force is that force which, acting for one second on a mass of one gramme, gives to it a velocity of one centimetre per second.
сЕКъДА 11 - The work done by a force is measured by the product of the force into the distance through which that force moves in its own direction.
сЕКъДА 256 - ... the ratio of the mass of a given volume of the substance to the mass of an equal volume of water, in which case it is equal to the specific gravity. In its application to gases, the term
сЕКъДА 147 - Ibs. 6. In a crane there is a train of wheelwork, the first pinion being driven by a lever handle ; and the last wheel being on the same axis as the chain barrel of the crane. The wheelwork consists of a pinion of 1 1 gearing with a wheel of 92, and of a pinion of 12 gearing with a wheel of 72, the diameter of the barrel being 18 inches and that of the circle described by the end of the lever handle being 36 inches ; find the ratio of the pull to the weight raised, friction being neglected.
сЕКъДА 240 - The unit of surface is the square centimetre. Volume. — The unit of volume is the cubic centimetre. Velocity. — The unit of velocity is the velocity of a body which moves through unit distance in unit time, or one centimetre per second.