Experimental Enquiry Concerning the Natural Powers of Wind and Water to Turn Mills and Other Machines Depending on a Circular Motion: And an Experimental Examination of the Quantity and Proportion of Mechanic Power Necessary to be Employed in Giving Different Degrees of Velocity to Heavy Bodies from a State of Rest. Also New Fundamental Experiments Upon the Collision of Bodies. With Five Plates of Machines. By the Late Mr. John Smeaton, F.R.S.

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I. and J. Taylor, 1794 - Mechanical engineering - 110 pages
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