A History of Mechanics
Dover Publications, 1988 - 662 стор.
"A remarkable work which will remain a document of the first rank for the historian of mechanics." -- Louis de Broglie
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The most remarkable feature of Heytesbury's work is the appearance, albeit
shrouded in obscurity, of the concept of acceleration. This was unknown to the
Paris School. In fact, in his treatise De Tribus praedicamentis, Heytesbury
From this there results an over-pressure which is transmitted to the boundary
walls. The pressure on the boundary walls is thus proportional to the acceleration
which the fluid would take if the obstacle were instantaneously taken away and
So which is actuated by a uniformly accelerated motion, of acceleration relative to
S. In S" every particle has an accelerated motion of acceleration y, - - 7. Can an
observer connected to S' conclude that he is placed in a truly accelerated ...
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