## Elements of Natural Philosophy, Volume 1 |

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EXPERIENCE 106 IV . MEASURES AND INSTRUMENTS 117 DIVISION II .

ABSTRACT DYNAMICS . V. INTRODUCTORY 130 VI . STATICS OF A PARTICLE

. ATTRACTION 134 VII . STATICS OF

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EXPERIENCE 106 IV . MEASURES AND INSTRUMENTS 117 DIVISION II .

ABSTRACT DYNAMICS . V. INTRODUCTORY 130 VI . STATICS OF A PARTICLE

. ATTRACTION 134 VII . STATICS OF

**SOLIDS**AND FLUIDS 193 APPENDIX 276...

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In this category we shall first take up the free motion of a point , then the motion of

a point attached to an inextensible cord , then the motions and displacements of

rigid systems — and finally , the deformations of

In this category we shall first take up the free motion of a point , then the motion of

a point attached to an inextensible cord , then the motions and displacements of

rigid systems — and finally , the deformations of

**solid**and fluid masses . 7. Page 32

From this it immediately follows , that any displacement of a rigid

in directions wholly perpendicular to a fixed line , may be produced by the rolling

of a cylinder fixed in the

From this it immediately follows , that any displacement of a rigid

**solid**, which isin directions wholly perpendicular to a fixed line , may be produced by the rolling

of a cylinder fixed in the

**solid**on another cylinder fixed in space , the axes of the ... Page 43

We have now to consider the very important kinematical conditions presented by

the changes of volume or figure experienced by a

group of points whose positions with regard to each other are subject to known ...

We have now to consider the very important kinematical conditions presented by

the changes of volume or figure experienced by a

**solid**or liquid mass , or by agroup of points whose positions with regard to each other are subject to known ...

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Thus it is to be remarked , that there are two kinds of force , distinguishable by

their place of application - force whose place of application is a surface , and

force whose place of application is a

ground ...

Thus it is to be remarked , that there are two kinds of force , distinguishable by

their place of application - force whose place of application is a surface , and

force whose place of application is a

**solid**. When a heavy body rests on theground ...

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