... that relate to the motions of systems composed of an immense number of "particles mutually acting upon each other. One of the advantages of this "method, of great importance, is that we are necessarily led by the mere "process of the calculation,... Mathematical Papers of the Late George Green - الصفحة 246بواسطة George Green - 1903 - عدد الصفحات: 336عرض كامل - حول هذا الكتاب
| Cambridge Philosophical Society - 1842
...is, that we are necessarily led by the mere process of the calculation, and with little care on our **part, to all the equations and conditions which are...consideration of non-crystallized media; for which it** is proved, that the function due to the molecular actions, in its most general form, contains only... | |
| James David Forbes - 1856 - عدد الصفحات: 201
...with little care on our part, to all the equations and conditions which are requisite and tvflcient **for the complete solution of any problem to which it may be applied."** Л consideration of the candid admissions of the preceding paragraphs (especially the last sentence)... | |
| Isaac Todhunter - 1886 - عدد الصفحات: 924
...is that we are necessarily led by the mere; process of the calculation, and with little care on our **part, to all the equations and conditions which are requisite and sufficient for the complete** solutions of any problem to which it may be applied. The mechanical principle which Green uses, we... | |
| Augustus Edward Hough Love - 1892 - عدد الصفحات: 681
...is that we are necessarily led by the mere " process of the calculation, and with little care on our **part, to all " the equations and conditions which...solution of any problem to which it may be applied." The** function here spoken of, with its sign changed, is the potential energy of the strained elastic solid... | |
| British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1894
...is, that we are necessarily led by the mere process of the calculation, and with little care on our **part, to all the equations and conditions which are...solution of any problem to which it may be applied.'** On the practical application of this procedure some fresh 1 Lord Kelvin (Sir W. Thomson), Phil. Mag.,... | |
| Arthur Schuster - 1904 - عدد الصفحات: 340
...is, that we are necessarily led by the mere process of the calculation, and with little care on our **part, to all the equations and conditions which are...solution of any problem to which it may be applied." The** function introduced above by Green we now call " Potential Energy," and a particular interest attaches... | |
| Augustus Edward Hough Love - 1906 - عدد الصفحات: 551
...that we are " necessarily led by the mere process of the calculation, and with little care "on our **part, to all the equations and conditions which are...solution of any problem to which it may be "applied."** 39 'Memoire sur 1'equilibre interieur des corps Bolides homogenes,' Pan'*, Mem. par divert savants,... | |
| T. M. Charlton - 2002 - عدد الصفحات: 204
...is that we are necessarily led by the mere process of the calculation, and with little care on our **part, to all the equations and conditions which are...solution of any problem to which it may be applied.** It relates in fact to the potential energy, of a strained elastic body, expressed in terms of strains;... | |
| Olivier Darrigol - 2003 - عدد الصفحات: 552
...that we are necessarily led by the mere process of the calculation, and with little care on our pan, **to all the equations and conditions which are requisite...solution of any problem to which it may be applied':** Thomson to Stokes, 20 October 1 847. in Wilson 1990: 32 1for least action applied to impulsively staned... | |
| ...is that we are necessarily led by the mere "process of the calculation, and with little care on our **part, to all the equations "and conditions which are...solution of "any problem to which it may be applied." The** function here spoken of, with its sign changed, is the potential energy of the strained elastic body... | |
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