... is proportional to the product of the mass into the square of the velocity. Double your mass, other things being equal, and you double your amount of heat ; double your velocity, other things remaining equal, and you quadruple your amount of heat.... Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art - Page 104by David Ames Wells, Charles Robert Cross, John Trowbridge, William Ripley Nichols, George Bliss, Samuel Kneeland - 1865Full view - About this book
| Great Britain. War Office - History - 1869 - 145 pages
...when the ball strikes the target. And if I examine my lead weight after it has fallen from a height **I also find it heated. Now here experiment and reasoning...common mechanical motion destroyed and heat produced."** .... "We, moreover, know the amount of heat which a given amount of mechanical force can develope.... | |
| Smaller class-book - 1869
...a greater distance ? A. A greater fall gives to the ball a greater velocity, and the heat produced, **like the mechanical effect, is proportional to the product of the mass** of the body into the square of its velocity. With three times the velocity, nine times the heat would... | |
| George Frederick Barker - Chemistry, Inorganic - 1870 - 342 pages
...molecules — it follows that the impact of all gaseous molecules is equal. Moreover, in mechanics, impact **is proportional to the product of the mass into the square of the velocity.** Since, therefore, molecules differ in weight, it is obvious that lighter ones must move faster than... | |
| George Frederick Barker - Chemistry, Inorganic - 1870 - 342 pages
...molecules — it follows that the impact of all gaseous molecules is equal. Moreover, in mechanics, impact **is proportional to the product of the mass into the square of the velocity.** Since, therefore, molecules differ in weight, it is obvious that lighter ones must move faster than... | |
| Balfour Stewart, Peter Guthrie Tait - Immortality - 1875 - 211 pages
...cancelling. To make our meaning clear, let us consider upon what vis viva depends. It depends upon and **is proportional to the product of the mass into the square of the velocity.** Now mass is of course a signless quantity ; evidently we cannot have negative mass. Then with regard... | |
| Balfour Stewart, Peter Guthrie Tait - 1875
...cancelling. To make our meaning clear, let us consider upon what vis viva depends. It depends upon and **is proportional to the product of the mass into the square of the velocity.** Now mass is of course a signless quantity; evidently we cannot have negative mass. Then with regard... | |
| Balfour Stewart, Peter Guthrie Tait - Immortality - 1875 - 211 pages
...canceling. To make our meaning clear, let us consider upon what vis viva depends. It depends upon, and **is proportional to, the product of the mass into the square of the velocity.** Now, mass is, of course, a signless quantity ; evidently we cannot have negative mass. Then, with regard... | |
| Lucius Edwin Smith, Henry Griggs Weston - Baptists - 1875
...with him. No one doubts that the whole is greater than any part, or that the impact of a moving body **is proportional to the product of the mass into the square of the velocity,** or that two volumes of hydrogen combine with one of oxygen, yielding two volumes of steam. These, and... | |
| Balfour Stewart, Peter Guthrie Tait - Future state - 1875 - 211 pages
...cancelling. To make our meaning clear, let us consider upon what vis viva depends. It depends upon and **is proportional to the product of the mass into the square of the velocity.** Now mass is of course a signless quantity ; evidently we cannot have negative mass. Then with regard... | |
| Benjamin Franklin Cocker - Theism - 1875 - 426 pages
...resistance, which in nature is something perfectly intelligible and measurable, equivalent in all cases **to the product of the mass into the square of the velocity.** By Force we understand "that which originates motion." All the forms of Energy have therefore their... | |
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