## Introduction to theoretical physics: by Max Planck. Translated by Henry L. Brose, Volume 2 |

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adiabatic processes angle arbitrary assume axes axis barometric formula becomes boundary conditions calculate centre co-ordinate system components Xx const constant corresponding cross-section curve cylinder definite deformation components denotes depends determined differential equation direction direction cosines displacement potential dx dy element equal to zero equations of motion equilibrium expression external forces finite flow Fourier series friction function Hence homogeneous functions incompressible fluid infinitely small interval irrotational Laplace's equation laws linear change liquid material point normal obtain occur octave parallelepiped partial tones pendulum plane positive potential energy pressure components principal dilatations quantities radius relationship represented rigid body rotation simple simply connected space solution sphere stationary straight lines stream-lines string surface-element tensor theorem three equations tion transformation tube values vanishes vector velocity potential vibration volume dilatation vortex filament vortices waves whereas x-axis z-axis