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" ... is equal to that which a heavy body would acquire in falling through a space equal to the depth of the opening below the surface of the fluid, and is expressed as follows: v—i/lgh. "
A Treatise of Mechanics, Theoretical, Practical, and Descriptive - الصفحة 420
بواسطة Olinthus Gregory - 1815 - عدد الصفحات: 58
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The Mathematical Repository, المجلد 2

Thomas Leybourn - 1801 - عدد الصفحات: 33
...quantity of water difcharged determined on the fup. pofition that the velocity with which it fpouts is equal to that which a heavy body would acquire in falling through half the height of the furface of the water above the aperture. But neither this hypothefis, nor any other which...
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The Repertory of arts and manufactures [afterw.] arts, manufactures and ...

Repertory of arts, manufactures and agriculture - 1801
...demonftrated, that the velocity with which water fpouts from an aperture in the bottom or fide of a veflel, is equal to that which a heavy body would acquire in falling through the height of the fluid above the orifice. This demonftration, however, as Mr. Atwood obferves, is...
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The Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy, المجلد 2،العدد 2

Sir Isaac Newton, Andrew Motte, William Davis, John Machin, William Emerson - 1803
...to 25. And therefore that running water in paffing through the hole itfelf has a velocity downwards equal to that which a heavy body would acquire in falling through half the height of the ftagnant water in the veflel, nearly. But, then, after it has run out, it is ftill accelerated...
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Journal of the Franklin Institute

1830
...charged with to produce it. It is known that the velocity with which a fluid rushes into a vacuum, is equal to that which a heavy body would acquire in falling through a height equal to the head of pressure. ..To find the velocity, therefore, with which steam, say at...
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The Mechanics' Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal, and Gazette, المجلد 24

1836
...of air CD, by the rarefaction of the furnace; then the velocity produced by such rarefaction will be equal to that which a heavy body would acquire in falling through the space E D. Now, the increase of the height DE will be proportional to the length of the column...
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The Entertaining Philosopher: A Familiar Explanation of the Most Interesting ...

William Mullinger Higgins - 1844 - عدد الصفحات: 488
...25. And therefore that running water, in passing through the hole itself, has a velocity downwards equal to that which a heavy body would acquire in falling through half the height of the stagnant water in the vessel, nearly. But then after it has run out it is still accelerated...
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A Course of Lectures on Natural Philosophy and the Mechanical Arts: pt. I ...

Thomas Young - 1845
...small impulse communicated to a fluid, would be transmitted every way along its surface with a velocity equal to that which a heavy body would acquire in falling through half the depth of the fluid ; and I have reason to believe, from observation and experiment, that where the...
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Encyclopædia metropolitana; or, Universal dictionary of knowledge ..., المجلد 3

Edward Smedley - 1845
...to. We know that, theoretically, the velocity with which a fluid issues from an orifice, ought to be equal to that which a heavy body would acquire in falling through the altitude of the fluid above the point of projection ; but we have also seen, in the preceding sections,...
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The principles of mechanical philosophy applied to industrial mechanics ...

Thomas Turner Tate - 1853 - عدد الصفحات: 342
...of a fluid issuing from a small orifice in the bottom or side of a vessel, kept constantly full, is equal to that which a heavy body would acquire in falling through a space equal to the depth of the orifice. Suppose AB to be a cylinder, having a piston, r, fitting...
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The circle of the sciences: a series of treatises on the ..., المجلد 9

William Somerville Orr - 1860
...time (DYNAMICS, page 134). Consequently the fluid issues from the orifice A with a constant velocity equal to that which a heavy body would acquire in falling through the height В А. If this height be A feet, the accelerating force of gravity being g = 32'2 feet,...
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