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" For when the acting parts of a machine are not truly formed, it may he so loaded as just to be in equilibrio with its work in the most favourable situation of its parts, but when it changes into a less favourable situation, the machine will stop, or at... "
An Essay on the Teeth of Wheels: Comprehending Principles, and Their ... - Page 16
by Robertson Buchanan - 1808 - 164 pages
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Monthly Review; Or Literary Journal Enlarged

Ralph Griffiths, George Edward Griffiths - 1807 - 572 pages
...be always, in regard to each othtr, in situations equally favourable ; and which consequently will give the machine the property of being moved uniformly by a power constantly equal.' After having premised the definition of certain technical terms, the author proceeds...
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Practical Essays on Mill Work and Other Machinery, Volume 1

Robertson Buchanan - Machinery - 1823 - 440 pages
...being ignorant of principle, his work is always conducted with uncertainty, and he generally produces machines expensive in working, and defective in regularity,...as that of cylinders, simply touching, having the property required. The finite and sensible teeth given to wheels will, therefore, be of the most advantageous...
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A Treatise on the Teeth of Wheels: Demonstrating the Best Forms which Can be ...

Charles-Étienne-Louis Camus - Gearing - 1842 - 250 pages
...be always, in regard to each other, in situations equally favourable ; and which, consequently, will give the machine the property of being moved uniformly by a power constantly equal. If teeth infinitely small could be given to wheels, their engagement, which might...
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Treatise on Mills and Mill Work: On machinery of transmission and the ...

Sir William Fairbairn - Machinery - 1863 - 388 pages
...regard to the power they mutually exert, in equally favourable situations, and, consequently, will give the machine the property of being moved uniformly by a power constantly equal. This would be accomplished by simple rolling contact, which corresponds with the...
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The Principles of Mechanism and Machinery of Transmission: Comprising the ...

Sir William Fairbairn - Machinery - 1871 - 292 pages
...in regard to the power they mutually exert, in equally favorable situations, and, consequently, will give the machine the property of being moved uniformly by a power constantly equal. This would be accomplished by simple rolling contact, which corresponds with the...
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Treatise on mills and millwork. 2pt

sir William Fairbairn (1st bart.) - Mills and mill-work - 1878 - 678 pages
...regard to the power they mutually exert, in equally favourable situations, and, consequently, will give the machine the property of being moved uniformly by a power constantly equal. This would be accomplished by a simple rolling contact, which corresponds with the...
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