A treatise on the rectilinear motion and rotation of bodies ... Cambridge : printed bey Archdeacon, 1784

Content

- PDF Front cover
- PDF Title page
- PDF To his grace the duke of Rutland, knight of the most noble order of the garter, [...]
- PDF Preface.
- PDF Errata in the preface.
- PDF Sect. I. Containing definitions and axioms, with corollaries deduced from them.
- PDF Sect. II. Containing some properties of ratios.
- PDF Sect. III. Concerning the rectilinear motion of bodies impelled by forces which act uniformly.
- PDF Sect. IV. Concerning the rectilinear motion of bodies acted on by forces which vary in some ratio of the distances from a fixed point.
- PDF Sect. V. Concerning the rectilinear motion of bodies in fluids.
- PDF Sect VI. Concerning the communication of motion to bodies which revolve round a fixed axis.
- PDF Sect. VII. Containing a description of experiments on the rectilinear motion of bodies, which are acted on by constant forces.
- PDF Sect. VIII. Containing a description of experiments on the motion of bodies which revolve round fixed axes, and round such as move with the same velocities as the centres of gravity of the revolving bodies.
- PDF Sect. IX. On the momentum of bodies in motion.
- PDF Sect. X. Concerning the rotation of bodies in free space, and on the centre of spontaneous rotation.
- PDF Appendix.
- PDF Errata.
- PDF [Tafeln.]
- PDF Back cover