| James Smith - 1815
...Here it is evident that a few grains of water sustain as much as the H.\tii>MtM*r<. PITOUV* of fluids. **weight of a column of water, whose base is equal to the** diameter of <()«• vessel KtJ, and its height equal to that in the tube. Thus the column Lit, produces... | |
| Olinthus Gregory - 1815 - 58 páginas
...5.), it will be measured according to what we have said respecting the lifting pump (art. 528.), by **the weight of a column of water whose base is equal to** CD, and height that of XY above ns. Here, too, we drop the consideration of friction and the weight... | |
| Miles Bland - 1824 - 359 páginas
...repeating the operation may be raised to the required altitude. The pressure upon the piston is equal **to the weight of a column of water whose base is equal to** that of the piston, and altitude the distance of the surface of the water in the ascending tube from... | |
| John Farrar - 1825 - 440 páginas
...determinate height Y//, it will be measured according to what we have said respecting the lifting pump by **the weight of a column of water whose base is equal to** CD, and height that of XY above RS. Here, too, we leave out of consideration the friction and the weight... | |
| John Milne - 1830 - 175 páginas
...l'application d'une force empruntée, et que son effet serait égale au poids d'une would be equal **to the weight of a column of water, whose base is equal to the** sum of the areas of the pistons engaged, and altitude as the height of the fluid in the pipe L. Moreover,... | |
| Denison Olmsted - 1832
...atmosphere. Let h be the number of feet in the height BH", and 34-|- h will express the number of feet in **a column of water, whose base is equal to the section of the piston, and whose** weight is equal to the whole downward pressure sustained by the piston. On the other hand, the upward... | |
| 1832
...water from the valve v to the surface of the water in the tube C E. The actual amount of this force is **the weight of a column of water, whose base is equal to the** horizontal section of the piston, and whose height is equal to the height of the surface of the water... | |
| Perry Fairfax Nursey - 1833
...will fill themselves from the well K. The power of a machine of this kind may be slated as being equal **to the weight of a column of water whose base is equal to the** heigh t of the fluid in the pipe L ; and .were this pipe a transparent tube, with a graduated scale... | |
| 1833
...will fill themselves from the well K. The power of a machine of this kind may be stated as being equal **to the weight of a column of water whose base is equal to the** height of the fluid in the pipe L ; and were this pipe a transparent tube, with a graduated scale attached... | |
| Denison Olmsted - 1835
...atmosphere. Let h be the number of feet in the height BH", and 34+ h will express the number of feet in **a column of water, whose base is equal to the section of the piston, and whose** weight is equal to the whole downward pressure sustained by the piston. On the other hand, the upward... | |
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