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## The Elements of Mechanics: A Text-book for Colleges and Technical Schools

William Suddards Franklin, Barry MacNutt - Mechanics - 1908 - 283 pages
...force acting on the particle m' and so on, so that the right920351A hand member of this equation is the sum of the .^-components of all the forces acting on the particles of the system, and this is equal to the sum of the ^-components of all of the external forces...

## Mechanics and Heat: A Text Book for Colleges and Technical Schools

William Suddards Franklin, Barry MacNutt - Heat - 1910 - 409 pages
...of the force acting on the particle m' and so on, so that the right" hand member of this equation is the sum of the ^-components of all the forces acting on the particles of the system, and this is equal to the sum of ^-components of all of the external forces...

## Technical Mechanics: Statics and Dynamics, Part 1

Edward Rose Maurer - Mechanics - 1914 - 356 pages
...equals rQ2 (Art. 32). Hence, according to the principle of the motion of the mass-center (Art. 34), the sum of the components of all the forces (acting on the gyrostat) along radius of the circle (through the mass-center perpendicular to the precession-axis)...

## Technical Mechanics, Statics and Dynamics

Edward Rose Maurer - Mechanics - 1917 - 381 pages
...35). Therefore the resultant has no component at right angles to the line of motion; or, the algebraic sum of the components of all the forces acting on the body along any line at right angles to the path equals zero. Thus, if the path is taken as an x axis and...