| Sir Richard Phillips - 1807 - 182 ページ
...bottom sustains a pressure equal to what it would be if the vessel were as wide at the top as bottom. **given part of the bottom or sides of a vessel, is...to the perpendicular height of the fluid above it.** Cor. Hence may be •calculated the pressure upon, and the strength required for dams, cisterns, pipes,&c.... | |
| Edward Augustus Kendall - 1811
...sustains a pressure equal to what it would be if the vessel were as wide at the top as at the bottom. **The pressure of a fluid upon any given part of the...to the perpendicular height of the fluid above it.** Hence may be calculated the pressure upon1, and the strength required for dams, cisterns, pipes, &c.... | |
| Edward Augustus Kendall - 1811
...sustains a pressure equal to what it would lie if the vessel were as wide at the top as at the bottom. , **The pressure of a fluid upon any given part of the...to the perpendicular height of the fluid above it.** Hence may be calculated the pressure upon, and the strength required for dams, cisterns, pipes, &c.... | |
| Luke Herbert - 1824
...would receive no more pressure than just the pressure of the 'column which arises from it. So that " **the pressure of a fluid, upon any given part of the...altitude equal to the perpendicular height of the fluid."** When one fluid is specifically lighter than another, the lighter fluid will float upon the surface... | |
| Sir Richard Phillips - 1826 - 214 ページ
...sustains a pressure equal to what it would be if the vessel was as wide at the top as the bottom. 94. **The pressure of a fluid upon any given part of the...altitude equal to the perpendicular height of the fluid.** 04s. 1. Hence may be calculated the pressure upon, and the strength required for dams, cisterns, pipes,... | |
| Sir Richard Phillips - 1826 - 214 ページ
...sustains a pressure equal to what it would be if the vessel was as wide at the top as the bottom. 94. **The pressure of a fluid upon any given part of the...equal to the weight of a column of that fluid, having** abase equal to that part of the bottom or side, and an altitude equal to the perpendicular height of... | |
| 1838
...which is the bottom of the vessel, and the perpendicular height equal to the depth of the fluid. XCV. **The pressure of a fluid upon any given part of the bottom or sides of a vessel,** Elements of Mechanics. is equal to the weight of a column of that fluid, having a base equal to that... | |
| Samuel Maunder - 1843 - 832 ページ
...hydrodynamics which treats of the weight, motion, and equilibrium of fluids, particularly of water. **The pressure of a fluid upon any given part of the bottom or sides of a vessel** in equal to the weight of a column of that fluid, having a base equal to that part of the bottom or... | |
| Samuel Maunder - 1853
...hydrodynamics which treats of the weight, motion, and equilibrium of fluids, particularly of water. **The pressure of a fluid upon any given part of the...to the perpendicular height of the fluid above it.** Hence may be calculated the pressure upon, and the strength required for dams, cisterns, pipes, &c.... | |
| Samuel Maunder - 1853 - 844 ページ
...hydrodynamics which treats of the weight, motion, and equilibrium of fluids, particularly of water. **The pressure of a fluid upon any given part of the...having a base equal to that part of the bottom or side,** nnd an altitude equal to the perpendicular height of the fluid above it. Hence may he calculated the... | |
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