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 surface of any fluid at rest is spherical and the centre of this surface is the
same as the centre of the Earth. This result had already, as we have seen, been
enunciated by Aristotle. Proposition III. — If a body whose weight is equal to that
The portions of the fluid which are contained by the surface X0 in the first pyramid
and the surface OP in the second pyramid are equally placed and continuous
with each other. But they are not equally compressed. For the portions of the fluid
Thus the equation of the kinetic energy (the second of the two equations obtained
by the separation of the Hamilton-Jacobi equation) becomes , 9 V 9W ik – o – = 2
(U -- W 8 ôqi 04: (U + W) or | grad V | = V2(U+W). At the time t the surfaces V ...
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