## Elements of Natural Philosophy |

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This geometrical construction has been usefully

the British Association for a mechanical tideindicator ( compare $ 77 below ) . An

arm ce turning round C carries an arm Q'S turning round Q. Toothed wheels ...

This geometrical construction has been usefully

**applied**by the ridal committee ofthe British Association for a mechanical tideindicator ( compare $ 77 below ) . An

arm ce turning round C carries an arm Q'S turning round Q. Toothed wheels ...

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... simple harmonic constituents of the tide have been determined by the

harmonic analysis '

graphically , the various preceding cases of single or compound simple harmonic

motions in one ...

... simple harmonic constituents of the tide have been determined by the

harmonic analysis '

**applied**to previous observations ' . We may exhibit ,graphically , the various preceding cases of single or compound simple harmonic

motions in one ...

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... on a simple elongation in the direction of one principal axis superimposed on a

simple shear in the plane of the two other principal axes . 158. It is clear that

these three elementary component strains may be

... on a simple elongation in the direction of one principal axis superimposed on a

simple shear in the plane of the two other principal axes . 158. It is clear that

these three elementary component strains may be

**applied**in any other ... Page 53

A geometrical clamp is a means of

pressures between two bodies touching one another at six points . A geometrical

slide ' is any arrangement to apply five degrees of constraint , and leave one

degree of ...

A geometrical clamp is a means of

**applying**and maintaining six mutualpressures between two bodies touching one another at six points . A geometrical

slide ' is any arrangement to apply five degrees of constraint , and leave one

degree of ...

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It has also been

of the compass bowl and used , according to a principle first we believe given by

Sir Edward Sabine , to discover the semicircular ' error produced by the ship's ...

It has also been

**applied**to the ' Deflector , an adjustible magnet laid on the glassof the compass bowl and used , according to a principle first we believe given by

Sir Edward Sabine , to discover the semicircular ' error produced by the ship's ...

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