## Journal of the Franklin InstitutePergamon Press, 1865 |

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**volume**swells into seventeen hundred and shrinks back into one . No clearer idea of its capacity and functions can be had than by considering it as an elastic instrument of motion . Heat winds it up and cold unwinds it . Like other ... Page 30

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**volumes**of waste steam from high pressure engines are obvious . Whether the Euro- pean estimate of this loss be exaggerated or not , the fluid goes through such as make 50 strokes and upwards per minute , with great rapidity . The ... Page 32

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**volume**and be as valuable for producing a vacuum in a working cylinder of the capacity of a cubic foot as the ...**volumes**for the sake of one , and consequently get no more than the effect of one out of them . This is that which ... Page 75

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**volume**of half the ties , ( 1 + c ) r L3 8s 1 tan 0 ( 11. ) Twice the sum of ( 9 ) and ( 11 ) gives the total**volume**of the ties and braces , which is ( 1 + c ) r L2 4s ( 1 1 cos e sin e + tan e ) · ( 12 , ) which is a minimum for e ... Page 77

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**volume**of the nth brace , L [ ( N − n ) ( N − n + 1 ) p + ( N − 2n + 1 ) NWI 25 N3 sin cos • e ( 14. ) To find the**volume**of half the braces , form a series by making N = 1 , 2 , 3 , & c . , to n ,, and sum the series . Two series ...### Other editions - View all

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