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Contents

CHAPTER IV
280
158_160 The catenary
293
CHAPTER V
309
The theory of the equilibrium of bodies with reference to
328
Poncelets theorem
341
Lever axial friction of the lever
343
Friction of a pivot
345
Friction on conical pivots
347
Antifriction pivots
349
Friction on points and knifeedges
352
Rolling friction
353
193194 Friction of cords and chains
356
Rigidity of chains
361
196200 Rigidity of cordage
363
SECTION IV
371
Elasticity and strength
372
Extension and compression
374
Modulus of elasticity
376
Modulus of proof strength modulus of ultimate strength
379
Modulus of resilience and fragility
382
Extension of a body by its own weight
384
Bodies of uniform strength
387
Experiments upon extension and compression
391
Experiments upon extension
393
Elasticity and strength of iron and wood
397
Numbers determined by experiment
401
Strength of shearing
406
CHAPTER II
409
Moment of flexure W
414
More general equation of the elastic curve
419
219222 Flexure produced by two parallel forces
422
A uniformly loaded girder
430
224225 Reduction of the moment of flexure
432
Moment of flexure of a strip
435
Moment of flexure of a parallelopipedical girder
436
Hollow doublewebbed or tubular girders
437
CHAPTER III
510
Influence of the strength of shearing upon the proof load of
519
Resistance to rupture by torsion
528
SECTION V
571
Reduction of the mass
578
Prism and Cylinder
585
Parabola and Ellipse
592
Rolling motion of a body on an inclined plane
605
CHAPTER III
639
CHAPTER IV
667
STATICS OF FLUIDS
712
CHAPTER II
742
CHAPTER III
762
CHAPTER IV
776
Manometer
778
Mariottes law
780
Work done by compressed air
783
Pressure in the different layers of air Barometric measure ments of heights
788
Velocities of efflux pressure and heaviness
804
Hydraulic head
808
Efflux through rectangular lateral orifices
810
Triangular and trapezoidal lateral orifices
813
Circular orifices
815
Emux from a vessel in motion
817
CHAPTER II
820
Coefficient of contraction
821
Contracted vein of water
823
Coefficient of efflux
824
Experiments upon efflux
828
Overfalls
833
Maximum and minimum contraction
834
Scale of contraction
836
Partial or incomplete contraction
837
Imperfect contraction
840
416417 Efflux of moving water
842
418419 Lesbros experiments
846
OF THE FLOW OF WATER THROUGH PIPES PAGE 420 Short tubes 802
852
Short cylindrical tubes
853
Coefficient of resistance
855
Inclined short tubes or ajutages
857
Imperfect contraction
858
423426 Conical short tubes or ajutages
861
427429 Resistance of the friction of water
863
Motion of water in long pipes
869
Motion of water in conical pipes
872
Conduit pipes
874
Jets of water
876
Height of jets of water
878
Piezometer
881
CHAPTER IV
883
Contraction
885
Influence of imperfect contraction
887
Relations of pressure in cylindrical pipes
888
Relations of pressure in conical pipes
891
Elbows resistance of
896
433414 Valve gates cocks valves
900
Valves
904
Compound vessels
907
CHAPTER V
910
418449 Communicating vessels
911
Notch in the side
914
Wedgeshaped and pyramidal vessels
916
Spherical and obeliskshaped vessels
919
Irregularlyshaped vessels
921
Simultaneous influx and efflux
922
Locks and sluices
924
Apparatus for hydraulic experiments
926
CHAPTER VII
955
CHAPTER VIII
976
CHAPTER IX
1002
APPENDIX
1042

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