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" ... was 28 ft. 1 in. from the axis of rotation of the whirling machine, and the centre of the plate 28 ft. 7 in. Taking the numerical value of the acceleration due to gravity as 32... "
Report - Page 38
1870
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Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, Volume 15

Royal Meteorological Society (Great Britain) - Meteorology - 1889
...gravity (g) as 82*19, these figures give 20-86 miles per hour as the velocity of the centre of the plates at which the centrifugal force acting upon the bar is equal to its weight. Experiments have also been made with two kinds of perforated zinc. The pressure on the first kind,...
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Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, Volume 15

Royal Meteorological Society (Great Britain) - Meteorology - 1889
...gravity (g) as 82-19, these figures give 20-86 miles per hour as the velocity of the centre of the plates at which the centrifugal force acting upon the bar is equal to its weight. Experiments have also been made with two kinds of perforated zinc. The pressure on the first kind,...
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Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, Volume 15

Royal Meteorological Society (Great Britain) - Meteorology - 1889
...gravity (g) as 82-19, these figures give 20-86 miles per hour as the velocity of the centre of the plates at which the centrifugal force acting upon the bar is equal to its weight. Experiments have also been made with two kinds of perforated zinc. The pressure on the first kind,...
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Report of the Meteorological Council

Meteorology - 1890
...32 • 19, these figures give 20 • 86 miles per hour as the velocity of the centre of the plates at which the centrifugal force acting upon the bar...reduced to the Standard Temperature and Pressure. The Fla£ Plates were cut out of Hard Wood f in. thick. Allowance has been made for the arm which carried...
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Aeronautics, Volume 1

Matthias Nace Forney - Aeronautics - 1893 - 172 pages
...from the publication referred to above. The table shows the pressures at a velocity of 20.86 miles an hour. The values are reduced to the standard temperature...flat plates were cut out of hard wood f in. thick, and allowance has been made for the arm which carried them. Although much attention has been given...
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Proceedings of the International Conference on Aerial Navigation, Held in ...

Aeronautics - 1894 - 429 pages
...referred to above. The table on following page shows the pressures at a velocity of 20.86 miles an hour. The values are reduced to the standard temperature...flat plates were cut out of hard wood f in. thick, and allowance has been made for the arm which carried them. Although much attention has been given...
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Memoir and Scientific Correspondence of the Late Sir George Gabriel Stokes ...

Sir George Gabriel Stokes, Isabella Lucy Stokes "Mrs. Laurence Humphry. ." Humphry - Physicists - 1907 - 982 pages
...gravity as 32' 19, these figures give 20'86 miles per hour as the velocity of the centre of the plates at which the centrifugal force acting upon the bar...the pressure upon various plates at a velocity of 20'86 miles per hour. The values are reduced to the standard temperature and pressure. The flat plates...
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Aerodynamics, Constituting the First Volume of a Complete Work on Aerial ...

Frederick William Lanchester - 1907
...in a previous chapter. TABLE XVII. Showing the pi-ensure upon various plates at a velocity ofZO'86 miles per hour. The values are reduced to the standard...pressure. The flat plates were cut out of hard wood g inch thick. Allowance has been made for the arm which carried them. In addition to the experiments...
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Memoir and scientific correspondence of the late Sir George Gabriel Stokes ...

Sir George Gabriel Stokes, Isabella Lucy Stokes Humphry ("Mrs. Laurence Humphry.") - Physicists - 1907
...the bar is equal to its weight. Table showing the pressure upon various plates at a velocity of 20'86 miles per hour. The values are reduced to the standard...pressure. The flat plates were cut out of hard wood £ in. thick. Allowance has been made for the arm which carried them. Actual Pressure, Pressure, in...
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Aerodynamics: constituting the first volume of a complete work on ..., Volume 1

Frederick William Lanchester - Science - 1907 - 442 pages
...XVII. Showing tlic pressure upon various plates at a velocity <;/-20-86 miles per hour. The rall1es are reduced to the standard temperature and pressure. The flat plates were cut out of hard wood $ inch thick. Allowance has been made for the arm which carried them. In addition to the experiments...
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