Mechanics of Fluids for Practical Men: Comprising Hydrostatics, Descriptive and Constructive ; the Whole Illustrated by Numerous Examples and Appropriate Diagrams

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William S. Orr, 1837 - Fluid mechanics - 472 pages
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so divided that the pressures on the parts shall be in any ratio art 67 68 and
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Corollary to ditto art 84 page 74 Practical rules for ditto art 85 page
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gular parallelogram ait 77 pages 65 and 66 Practical rules for ditto art
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parallelogram art 88 pages 75 76 and 77 Practical rule for ditto art
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fluid divided by a horizontal line into two parts sustaining equal pressures art
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Example for illustrating ditto art 102 page 92 The exterior surface of a sphere
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and 100 When in any vessel whatever the sides are vertical and
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art 108 pages 96 97 and 98 Comparison effected corol page 98 Pressure
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upwards art 116 pages 109110 and 111 For the case of the complete cone with
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diameter of piston in the forcing pump art 127 equation 92 page 121 Practical
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General expression for the weight upon the safety valve art 133 equation 99
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tion and principles of ditto art 150 pages 142 and 143 Practical rule
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art 160 pages 151 152 and 153 Practical rule and example for ditto art 161
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trating ditto art 166 page 167 Construction of ditto art 167 pages 167 and
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Remark on ditto art 175 page 173 The depth of the sea determined art 176
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Example for illustrating ditto art 185 page 180 A column of mercury of 2 J feet
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ib Altitudes in the tubes equal when the specific gravities are equal art 187
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CHAPTER VIII
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form of a right angled triangle and first when the fluid presses on the perpendi
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dyke mound of earth or any other obstacle may yield to fluid pressure art 205
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art 229 pages 208 209 and 210 Example for illustration of ditto art 230 page
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tion art 361 page 285 Transformation of the equations art 362 pages 285
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CHAPTER XII
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374 page 295 Example for illustrating the reduction of the formula art 375
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Example for illustration art 386 pages 303 and 304 Remarks on ditto
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403 pages 319 and 320 The position delineated by construction art 404 page
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332 page 270 The ascent determined when a given weight is subtracted art 333
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art 421 page 334 The maximum limit of the specific gravity defined art 422
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same level with the fluid art 336 pages 271 and 272 Practical rule for ditto
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The construction verified by calculation art 438 page 349 The positions
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remarks concerning ditto arts 447 448 and 449 pages 359 to 362 Definitions
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manner of generalizing the result explained together with the constituent elements
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of the data explained art 466 pages 376 and 377 The longer and shorter axes
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diagram arts 469 470 471 and 472 pages 378 to 382 A numerical example
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The manner of calculation described art 480 page 393 The manner
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The same positions delineated by construction art 393 page 311 The positions
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the triangular section preceding art 492 page 401 Comparison of the results
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for a rectangle when its upper side is in contact with the surface of the fluid
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The same determined for one side of a vessel in the form of a parallelo
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object and remarks thereon art 525 pages 421 and 422 Definition of capillary
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When two smooth plates of glass meet in an angle to determine the nature of
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Surfaces of small pools near rivers on the same level as the rivers
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