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" This method of transmitting power depends upon two principles in mechanics: (1) The dynamic force is measured by the product of the force and the velocity with which it moves ; (2) In mechanical work, power may be exchanged for velocity, and velocity... "
Transactions - Page 32
1890
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Transmission of Power by Wire Ropes

Albert W. Stahl - Power transmission - 1877 - 124 pages
...many years back, but failed to find anything bearing the least resemblance to the telodynamic cables. This method of transmitting power depends upon two...be exchanged for velocity, and velocity for power. To illustrate, let us suppose a bar of iron, having a cross sectional area of one square inch, to move...
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Transmission of Power by Wire Ropes

Albert W. Stahl - Power transmission - 1877 - 124 pages
...many years back, but failed to find anything bearing the least resemblance to the telodynamic cables. (1) The dynamic force is measured by the product of...be exchanged for velocity, and velocity for power. To illustrate, let us suppose a bar of iron, having a cross sectional area of one square inch, to move...
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Van Nostrand's Eclectic Engineering Magazine, Volume 16

Engineering - 1877
...many years back, but failed to find anything bearing the least resemblance to the telodynamic cables. This method of transmitting power , depends upon two...force is measured by the product of the force and the velocij ty with which it moves ; (2) In mechanical work, power may be exchanged for velocity, and velocity...
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Wire Rope Tramways: With Special Reference to the Bleichert Patent System ...

Edmund Gybbon Spilsbury - Wire-rope transportation - 1890 - 35 pages
...involved is quite different, and depends upon the mechanical law that the work done per unit of time is measured by the product of the force and the velocity with which it moves, and the fact that these factors are convertible quantities. ii TRANSMISSION OF POWER. To illustrate:...
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A Text-book of Physics

Louis Bevier Spinney - Physics - 1911 - 605 pages
...the velocity of the working force. That is to say, t the power developed by a moving force is given by the product of the force and the velocity with which it moves in the direction of the force. EXAMPLE. Let it be required to find the power developed by a man drawing...
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