| Colin MacLaurin - Gravity - 1750 - 474 pages
...they are to each other inverfely as the diftances of their directions from the axis of the engine ; or **when the power is to the weight, as the radius of the** roller to the radius of the wheel, the power being fuppofed to a<ft in a perpendicular to this radius... | |
| George Atwood - Physics - 1784 - 284 pages
...lower block. XXIX. On a fyftem of moveable pullies, in which a feparate firing goes round each pully, **there will be an equilibrium when the power is to the weight, as** unity to that power of two of which the index is the number of moveable pullies. It is to be obferved... | |
| George Adams - Science - 1794 - 604 pages
...concerning this plane will principally apply to the line when in this lituation. When fo fituated, **there will be an equilibrium, 'when the power is to the weight as the** height of the plane is to it's biife. In other words, the mechanical advantage is in proportion as... | |
| George Gregory - 1798 - 630 pages
...body is drawn, is in the direction D e, parallel to the inclined plane. When thus fituated therefore, **there will be an equilibrium, when the power is to the weight** of the body, as the height of the plane is to its bafe. In other words, the mechanical advantage gained... | |
| William Marrat - Mechanics - 1810 - 512 pages
...«.m in peritroctiio. PROPOSITION XXXVIII. 154. There will be an equilibrium in the icheel and axle, **when the power is to the weight as the radius of the axle** to the radiui of the wheel. It is of no consequence whatever, whether the axle and wheel be in the... | |
| William Enfield - Astronomy - 1811 - 476 pages
...the radius of the wheel, is applied at the distance of that radius : therefore, Prop. LII. there is **an equilibrium, when the power is to the weight, as the radius of the** roller to the radius of the wheel. / COR. i. Hence it is evident, that by increasing the diameter of... | |
| James Smith - Industrial arts - 1815 - 684 pages
...its operations arc quick, and it is exerted or resides in a small compass. In every species of lever **there will be an equilibrium, when the power is to the weight as the** distance of the weight from the fulcrum is to the distance of the power from the fulcrum. Effects of... | |
| James Wood - Mechanics - 1818 - 226 pages
...the axis. ON THE WHEEL AND AXLE. PROP. XVIII. (96.) There is an equilibrium upon the wheel and axle, **when the power is to the weight, as the radius of the axle** to the radius of the wheel. The effort of the power to turn the machine round the axis, must be the... | |
| 1840 - 772 pages
...Mechanical Powers. Definition of Wheel and Axle. Prop. 10. There is an equilihrium upon the wheel and axle **when the power is to the weight as the radius of the axle** to the radius of the wheel. I >if iiiiri.m of pulley. Prop. 11. In the single moveahle pulley where... | |
| William Nicholson - Natural history - 1821 - 406 pages
...the nail by the time that the nail is drawn out Hence it is evident, that in every species of lever **there will be an equilibrium, when the power is to the weight as the** distance of the weight from the fulcrum is to the distance of the power from the fulcrum. In experiments... | |
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