Experimental Mechanics by Robert S. Ball

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Author Ball, Robert S. (Robert Stawell), 1840-1913
Title Experimental Mechanics
A Course of Lectures Delivered at the Royal College of Science for Ireland
Contents Preface -- The composition of forces -- The resolution of forces -- Parallel forces -- The force of gravity -- The force of friction -- The pulley -- The pulley-block -- The lever -- The inclined plane and the screw -- The wheel and the axle -- The mechanical properties of timber -- The strength of a beam -- The principles of framework -- The mechanics of a bridge -- The motion of a falling body -- Inertia -- Circular motion -- The simple pendulum -- The compound pendulum and the composition of vibrations -- The mechanical principles of a clock -- Appendix I: The method of graphical construction. The method of least squares -- Appendix II: Details of the Willis apparatus used in illustrating the foregoing lectures.
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Subject Mechanics
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