A Manual of Applied Mechanics

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C. Griffin and Company, 1888 - 667 Seiten
 

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Beam under Inclined Forces
134
Open Polygonal Frame
140
Compound Trusses
149
Halflattice Girder Uniform Load
156
66 Transformation of Frames
162
Suspension Bridge with Vertical
168
Friction distinguished from
209
Principle of Least Resistance
215
Table of Examples
221
_ Pine
226
Stability at a Plane Joint
227
Stability of a scries of Blocks Line of ResistanceLine of Pressures
230
Analogy of Blockwork and Framework
231
Structures
232
Frictional Stability of a Trans formed Structure
233
Abutments classed
235
Rectangular Buttress
238
Towers and Chimneys
240
Dams or ReservoirWalls
243
Retaining Walls in general
249
Rectangular Retaining Walls
252
Trapezoidal Walls
254
Counterforts
255
Arches of Masonry
256
Line of Pressure in an Arch Condition of Stability
257
Angle Jointand Point of Rupture
259
Thrust of an Arch of Masonry
260
Abutments of Arches
261
Groined Vaults
262
Clustered Arches
263
Tunnels
264
Domes
265
Strength of Abutments and Vaults268
268
Strength and Stiffness 270 270 271 270 271 271 272 272 275 Section 1 Summary of General Principles 236 Theory of Elasticity 237 Elasticity defi...
270
Liquid Elasticity
271
Rigidity or Stiffness 242 Strain and Fracture
272
Strength Ultimate and Proof ToughnessStiffnessSpring
273
Determination of Proof Strength 246 Working Stress
274
Factors of Safety 248 Divisions of Mathematical Theory of Elasticity 249 Resolution and Composition of Strains
275
Displacements
276
Potential Energy of Elasticity
277
Coefficients of Pliability
278
Isotropic Solid
279
General Problem of Internal Equilibrium of an Elastic Solid
280
Ellipse of Strain
283
Transverse Elasticity of an Iso tropic Substance
284
Cubic Elasticity
285
and Tearing 265 Stiffness and Strength of a Tiebar
286
Sudden Pull
287
Explanation of Table of the Re sistanceof Materials to Stretch ing and Tearing sec page 646 269 Additional dataWelded Joint Iron Wire RopesHemp...
288
Strength of Rivetted Joints 271 Thin Hollow CylindersBoilers Pipes
289
Thin Hollow Spheres 273 Thick Hollow Cylinder
290
Cylinder of Strained Rings
294
Thick Hollow Sphere
295
27C Boiler Stays 277 Suspension Bod of Uniform Strength
297
Condition of Uniform Intensity
298
Explanation of Table of Resist ance of Materials to Shearing and Distortionsee p 648
299
On Resistance to Direct Compression and Crushing 282 Resistance to Compression
302
288
307
290
310
294
315
295
316
296
317
297
318
Proof Deflection of Beams
323
Deflection with Uniform Moment
330
Shearing Stress in Beams
339
Allowance for Weight of Beam
346
Motions of Fluids
417
THEORY OF MECHANISM CiiAriEb I Definitions Pace 425 Theoryof Pare Mechanism defined421
421
General Problem of Mechanism stated
422
MotionsofPrimaryMovingPieces423
423
Elementary Combinations in Me chanism
424
425
425
On Elementary Combinations and Trains up Mechanism Section 1 Rolling Contact 437 PitchSurfaces
426
Circular Cylindrical Wheels
427
Bevel Wheels
428
NonCircular Wheels
429
Sliding Contact
430
SkewBevel Wheels
431
Teeth of WheelsDefinitions and General Principles
432
Pitch and Number of Teeth
433
Hunting Cog
434
Trains of Wheclwork
435
Principle of Sliding Contact
437
Teeth of SpurWheels and Racks General Principle
438
Arc of Contact on Pitch Lines
440
Inside Gearing
441
Sliding of Involute Teeth
443
Epicycloidal Teethleast Pinion
444
Addendum for Epicycloidal Teeth
445
Teeth of Wheel and Trundle
447
Mr Sangs process for Describing Teeth
448
Teeth of SkewBevel Wheels
449
Normal and Circular Pitch
450
Screw Gearing
451
Wheel and Screw
452
Relative Slidingof Pair of Screws
453
Belts CordsChains454
454
Pitch Surface of a Pulley or Drum
455
Length of an Endless Belt
456
Speed Cones
457
Linkwori 484 Definitions
458
Dead Points
459
Eccentric
460
HooKes Universal Joint
461
Double Hookes Joint
462
Velocity of any Ply
463
Whites Tackle
464
Hydraulic Press
465
General Principles 504 Differential Windlass 505 Compound Screws 466 506 Link Motion 466 5C7 Parallel Motions
466
Epicyclic Trains
467
First Law of Motion
476
On the Varied Translation of Points and Rigid Bodies
482
Motion along an Inclined Path
489
Elliptical Oscillations or Revo
495
Varied Translation
505
C70 Motion of a Rigid Body in General
514
No Centre of Percussion 622
520
Principal Axes of Inertia 624
526
Actual Energy of Rotation
533
Law of Varied Rotation
539
Chapter IVMotions of Pliable Bodies
552
Motion of liquid without
566
Contracted Vein
572
Vertical Revolution
578
General Law 690
591
Nature and Division of the Subject
609
Horse Power 610 676 Friction of a Pivot
616
Centrifugal Forces and Couples 621 Fluctuations of Speed
622
Prime Mover defined 625 700 Undershot Wheels
628
Motion of Water in Waves 631 Safety Valves
642
Ship Resistance 641 Resistance of Ships
648
Table of Specific Gravities of Materials
656
473
666

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