Theorectical machines

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D. Van Nostrand, 1870
 

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Poncelets theorem
186
SECTION III
192
CHAPTER II
213
Triangular girders
229
Polygonal girders
230
Cylindrical or elliptical girders
231
Application of the calculus to the determination of
232
EQUILIBRIUM OF BODIES RIGIDLY FASTENED AND SUPPORTED
247
CHAPTER IV
280
THE RESISTANCE OF FRICTION AND THE RIGIDITY OF CORDAGE
309
SECTION IV
371
CHAPTER II
409
233234 Beams with curvilinear crosssections
447
Strength of flexure
451
Formulas for the strength of bodies
453
Difference in the moduli of proof strength
457
Difference in the moduli of ultimate strength
460
Experiments upon flexure and rupture
463
Moduli of proof and ultimate strength
466
Relative deflection
470
Moments of proof load
472
Crosssection of wooden girders
474
Hollow and webbed girders
477
246248 Girders supported in different ways 249250 Girders not uniformly loaded
491
251252 Crosssection of rupture
494
253254 Bodies of uniform strength
498
Flexure of bodies of uniform strength 256 Deflection of metal springs 472 474
506
CHAPTER III
510
The shearing force in the plane of the crosssection
513
Maximum and minimum strain
515
Influence of the strength of shearing upon the proof load of a girder
519
Influence of the elasticity of shearing upon the form of the elastic curve
522
Elasticity of torsion
523
Moment of torsion or twisting moment
524
Resistance to rupture by torsion
528
CHAPTER IV
532
Bodies of uniform resistance to breaking across
539
Hodgkinson experiments 269 More simple determination of the proof load
544
780
555

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