Stevens1 through the use of a bell metronome. A piece of white card-board is fastened to the instrument in such a way that the pendulum oscillates in front of it. The card-board presents the arc of a circle, the radius of which is equal to the length... Reports and Awards ... - Page 216by United States Centennial Commission - 1878Full view - About this book
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...fécond degree, which, if the friction be = o, makes the traclrix an inverted cycloid, generated by **a circle, the radius of which is equal to the length of the** thread : but, if the friííion be made infinite, the equation will become that of a common tr.i£>rix;... | |
| James Montgomery - Cotton carding - 1833 - 332 pages
...that of fly frames; only the proper figure (instead of a segment of a parabolic curve) is a segment of **a circle, the radius of which is equal to the length of the** radius bar of the frame. If the radius bar be six feet, then a segment of a six feet circle is the... | |
| James Montgomery (of Johnstown.) - 1833
...that of fly frames; only the proper figure (instead of a segment of a parabolic curve) is a segment of **a circle, the radius of which is equal to the length of the** radius bar of the frame. If the radius bar be six feet, then a segment of a six feet circle is the... | |
| Richard Manning Hodges - Anatomy, Human - 1867 - 286 pages
...the abovementioned localities. The trochanter major, when the thigh is rotated, describes an arc of **a circle, the radius of which is equal to the length of the** head and neck of the femur. The inner condyle being on the same plane as the head of the bone, indicates... | |
| United States. Dept. of Agriculture - Agriculture - 1868
...wheel in charge of the engineer, almost at right angles under the bow of the machine, permit it to turn **in a circle, the radius of which is equal to the length of the** engine, 18 feet. By a small independent "donkey engine," which is placed between the tank and boiler,... | |
| US Department of Agriculture - 1868
...wheel in charge of the engineer, almost alright angles under the bow of the machine, permit it to tarn **in a circle, the radius of which is equal to the length of the** engine, 18 feet. By a small independent "donkey engine," which is placed between the tank and boiler,the... | |
| United States. Department of Agriculture - Agriculture - 1868
...wheel in charge of the engineer, almost at right angles under the bow of the machine, permit it to turn **in a circle, the radius of which is equal to the length of the** engine, 18 feet. By a small independent "donkey engine," which is placed between the tank and boiler,... | |
| Gustav Zeuner, Moritz Müller - Links and link-motion - 1869 - 224 pages
...parameter. We obtain thus the peculiar result : that the suspending point E is to be moved in an arc of **a circle, the radius of which is equal to the length of the** eccentric rod, and the centre of which is at the same height above the centre line 0 B, as the point... | |
| Gustav Anton Zeuner - 1869
...parameter. We obtain thus the peculiar result : that the suspending point E is to be moved in an arc of **a circle, the radius of which is equal to the length of the** eccentric rod, and the centre of which is at the same height above the centre line 0 B, as the point... | |
| United States Centennial Commission - Centennial Exhibition - 1880
...crank upon the shaft G, and at the other end to a rocker-arm, D, which is loose upon the shaft A1, **and carries a pawl, d, upon its outer end. The shafts...mould- table A, and gears with a corresponding pinion,** B*, upon a horizontal shaft, /?', which shaft also carries a press-wheel, B, and a bevelwheel, /?*.... | |
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