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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directions in order to hold a point, a line, a surface or a body in equilibrium. Also,
imagine that a small motion is impressed on the whole system of these forces. Let
this motion be parallel to itself in any direction, or let it be about any fixed point.
“For example, it can be supposed that the dimensions of a solid change in the
ratio of 1 to 1 + 6 in the direction of motion, while the dimensions in the direction
perpendicular to the direction of motion change in the ratio 1 to 1 + e. It must then
The dimensions of a sphere which is motionless in S'-that is, moving with velocity
v with respect to S-are therefore unaltered in a direction perpendicular to v but
seem, viewed from S, to be contracted 2 in the ratio of 1 to V - o in the direction of
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