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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Otherwise it is necessary to assume that in the first instant the body travels the
distance s, instantaneously. Given this, Salviati makes the following postulate. “I
assume that the degrees of velocity acquired by the same moving body on ...
He assumed that the water remained sensibly immobile up to the immediate
neighbourhood of the hole. At that point each particle instantaneously received,
in the form of a finite velocity, the effect of the weight of the fluid that was above it.
If it is now possible to separate these axioms from all “metaphysical motives, '' it
was necessary for the creators of mechanics to assume a priori, certain
properties of absolute motion. Absolute motion distinguishes itself from all
apparent motion ...
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