| 1842 - 634 pages
...they are pressed perpendicularly together, (up to a certain limit of that pressure per square inch) ; **so that, for any two given surfaces of contact, there...co-efficient of friction in respect to those surfaces.** The co-efficients of friction in respect to those surfaces of contact, which for the most part form... | |
| Perry Fairfax Nursey - Industrial arts - 1842 - 632 pages
...they are pressed perpendicularly together, (up to a certain limit of that pressure per square inch) ; **so that, for any two given surfaces of contact, there...co-efficient of friction in respect to those surfaces.** The co-efficients of friction in respect to those surfaces of contact, which for the most part form... | |
| William Templeton (engineer.) - 1845 - 210 pages
...of the French Government, from or by which the following laws have been fully established. 1 . That **when no unguent is interposed, the friction of any...ratio of the friction to the perpendicular pressure** ; that is, a double pressure will produce a double amount of friction, a triple pressure a triple amount,... | |
| Oliver Byrne - Engineering - 1852 - 600 pages
...were made at Metz, by M- Morin, under the sanction of the French government, to determine as nearly **as possible the laws of friction ; and by which the...perpendicular pressure of the one surface upon the** cither- Whilst this ratio is thus the same for the same surfaces of contact, it is different for different... | |
| Henry Moseley - Mechanical engineering - 1855 - 780 pages
...they are pressed perpendicularly together (up to a certain limit of that pressure per square inch), **so that, for any two given surfaces of contact, there...is different for different surfaces of contact. The** * Me"m. des Sav. Etrang. 1781. f Phil. Trans. 1829. \ A Practical Treatise on Rail-roads, 3rd ed. chap.... | |
| Henry Moseley - Architecture - 1856 - 742 pages
...they are pressed perpendicularly together (up to a certain limit of that pressure per square inch), **so that, for any two given surfaces of contact, there...CO-EFFICIENT of friction in respect to those surfaces.** The co-efficients of friction in respect to those surfaces of contact, which for the most part form... | |
| Henry Moseley - Architecture - 1856 - 738 pages
...they are pressed perpendicularly together (up to a certain limit of that pressure per square inch), **so that, for any two given surfaces of contact, there is a constant ratio of** tne friction to the perpendicular pressure of the one surface upon the other Whilst this ratio is thus... | |
| William Carter Hughes - Flour mills - 1862 - 348 pages
...interposed, the friction of any two surfaces, whether of quiescence or of motion, is directly proportioned **to the force with which they are pressed perpendicularly...perpendicular pressure of the one surface upon the other.** While this ratio is thus the same for the same surfaces of contact, it is different for different,... | |
| Sir William Fairbairn - Machinery - 1863 - 388 pages
...as nearly as possible, the laws of friction, and by which the following were fully established : — **When no unguent is interposed, the friction of any...coefficient of friction in respect to those surfaces.** When no unguent is interposed, the amount of the friction is, in every case, wholly independent of... | |
| William Templeton - 1865 - 178 pages
...interposition between the moving and stationary surfaces. 103. What are the common known laws of friction ? **1. When no unguent is interposed, the friction of...the friction to the perpendicular pressure of the** surface upon the other. of the friction is, in every case, wholly independent of the extent of the... | |
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