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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In another place Aristotle made a distinction between natural motions and violent
motions. N The fall of heavy bodies, for example, is a natural motion, while the
motion of a projectile is a violent one. To each thing corresponds a natural place.
In Aristotle's sense, the body will have a natural falling motion due to gravity, and
will be carried horizontally in a violent motion. Consider different moving bodies
unequally distant from the centre of a circle and on the same radius. Let this ...
The other is natural, being caused by the shot's own weight. Of the first
impression, the violence increases somewhat at some distance from the cannon
because of the degrees acquired by the motion, which are added to the
impression of the ...
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