Treatise on the Mechanical Theory of Heat and Its Applications to the Steam-engine, Etc (Google eBook)

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D. Van Nostrand, 1876 - Steam-engines - 288 pages
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Contents

Space velocity and acceleration
31
Ki Demonstration of equation A K2 17 Parallelopipedon of forces
33
Conservation of vis am 87
37
Conservation of energy 88
38
Transformation of energy
40
Theory of energy
41
The potential independent of the path etc
43
Dissipation of energy
44
CHAPTER III
45
Molecular forces
46
Integrability of equation 20
51
Motion around the centre of gravity Cl
52
Conservation of moments of rotation
53
Loss of vis vim in collisions
54
Theorem of vis vim CO 41 The total vis viva not always equal to the sum of the vires vicce
58
Vibrations change the potential 02
62
Work of relative motion 63
63
Energy of absolute and relative motion
64
The variation of energy equal to the external work 04
65
Calculation of work
67
Comparative accuracy of the several methods
71
GENERAL LAWS ART PAGE 52 Definition of temperature
73
Quantities of heat
75
General formulas
77
Thermodynamic functions
78
Partial differential equations of transformation
79
When the pressure is constant
80
When the density is constant
81
When the temperature is constant
83
CO When other variables are used
84
Factors of integrability t 63 The perfectly gaseous state
88
Inductive postulates SO 0o The coefficient c constant
91
The product cd constant
92
Factor of integrability for gases 03
96
CHAPTER V
99
Its investigation by Regnault
101
Law of Charles or Gay Lussac
104
Examined by Regnault
106
Two coefficients and
108
Effect of temperature upon compressibility 1 1
111
Permanent and liquefiable airs
112
Hypothetical law of Rankine
113
Accordance of air thermometers
115

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