If a vessel full of water, closed on all sides, has two openings, the one a hundred times as large as the other, and if each be supplied with a piston which fits exactly, a man pushing the small piston will exert a force which will equilibrate that of... elementary treatise on nautral philosophy - Página 92por a. privat deschanel - 1873Vista completa - Acerca de este libro
| Augustin Privat-Deschanel - 1876 - 1068 páginas
...see that in general the transmitted pressure should vary as the area of the surface pressed. Tliis **is the form in which Pascal enunciated the principle...equilibrate that of a hundred men pushing the Fig.** 49.— Pmcai'i Principle. piston which is a hundred times as large, and will overcome that of ninety-nine.... | |
| Joel Dorman Steele - 1878 - 305 páginas
...filling thermometers. * Pascal announced the discovery of this principle in the following words, " **If a vessel full of water closed on all sides has two openings, the one a hundred times** ns large as the other, and if each he supplied wilh a piston which fits exactly, a man pushing the... | |
| Augustin Privat-Deschanel - 1880 - 1069 páginas
...called " Pascal's principle." In his celebrated treatise on the Equilibrium of Liquids, he says, " **If a vessel full of water, closed on all sides, has...will equilibrate that of a hundred men pushing the** piston which is a hundred times as large, I'ig. SI.— Principle of the Hydraulic Press. TRANSMISSIBILITY... | |
| Augustin Privat-Deschanel - 1881
...opening, since each of these two inches of area receives a pressure equal to that which acts upon Fig. IS. **P, the whole piston will receive a double pressure...will equilibrate that of a hundred men pushing the** Pig. 49.— Pascal's Principle. piston which is a hundred times as large, and will overcome that of... | |
| Augustin Privat-Deschanel - 1881 - 1068 páginas
...subjected to an equal pressure on each of its two faces. Fig. 43. P, the whole piston will i^ceive **a double pressure ; whence we see that in general...will equilibrate that of a hundred men pushing the** Kg. 49.— Pascal'. Principle. piston which is a hundred times as large, and will overcome that of... | |
| Augustin Privat-Deschanel - 1884
...called " Pascal's principle." In his celebrated treatise on the Equilibrium of Liquids, he says, " **If a vessel full of water, closed on all sides, has...as the other, and if each be supplied with a piston** wThich fits exactly, a man pushing the small piston will exert a force which will equilibrate that... | |
| Joel Dorman Steele - 1888 - 380 páginas
...filling thermometers. * Pascal announced the discovery of this principle in the following words : " **If a vessel full of water closed on all sides has...pushing the small piston will exert a force which will** balance that of a hundred men pushing the large one." FIG. 69. Principle of the Hydrostatic Press.... | |
| Joel Dorman Steele - 1889 - 326 páginas
...the discovery of this principle in the Pia. 78. Principle of the Hydrostatic Press. following words: **"If a vessel full of water closed on all sides has...pushing the small piston will exert a force which will** balance that of a hundred men pushing the large one." The hydrostatic press (Fig. 79) utilizes the... | |
| Joel Dorman Steele - 1889 - 326 páginas
...discovery of this principle in the Fia. 78. Principle of the Hydrostatic Press. THE HYDROSTATIC PRESS. **a man pushing the small piston will exert a force which will** balance that of a hundred men pushing the large one." The hydrostatic press (Fig. 79) utilizes the... | |
| Thomas Hubbard Musick - 1890 - 377 páginas
...areas they will be proportional to the areas." Natural Philosophy, p. 86. And he quotes from Pascal: " **If a vessel full of water, closed on all sides, has two openings,** one a hundred times as large as the other, and if each be supplied with a piston which fits exactly,... | |
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