## Treatise on Natural Philosophy, Volume 2 |

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Treatise on Natural Philosophy, Volume 2 Lord William Kelvin,Peter Guthrie Tait Limited preview - 2007 |

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according acting action amount angle applied approximately attraction axes axis becomes body called centre components condition consider constant corresponding couple curvature curve denote density determined direction distance distribution disturbing earth edge elastic element ellipsoid ellipticity energy equal equations equilibrium example expression external figure flexure fluid follows force function given gives gravity harmonic heat Hence homogeneous inertia infinitely infinitely small integral length liquid mass matter mean motion normal parallel perpendicular plane plate portion positive potential present pressure principal probable problem produce proved radius remark resultant rigid rotation round shows sides simple solid solution space sphere spherical surface square strain stress substance suppose surface temperature theory tides tion traction uniform unit whole wire zero