## Treatise on Natural Philosophy, Volume 2 |

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amount analytical angle angular velocity anticlastic applied forces approximately attraction axes axis catenary centimetre centre of inertia centrifugal force circular co-ordinates coefficients components condition constant corresponding couple curvature curve cylinder denote density direction displacement distance distribution disturbing earth edge elastic solid ellipsoid ellipticity equal equations equi equilibrium equipotential equipotential surface expression external figure finite flexural rigidity fluid formula friction function given harmonic Hence homoeoid homogeneous infinitely small integral isotropic liquid mass matter maximum millimetre modulus moon's motion normal section osculating plane parallel particle perpendicular plate position potential pressure problem proved radius rectangular resultant force rigid body rotation round shearing shearing stress simple solid harmonic solution space sphere spherical harmonic spherical surface spheroid spiral square strain stress substance suppose synclastic theorem theory tidal tides tion torsion traction twist uniform unit of length whole wire Young's modulus zero