If a moving point possess simultaneously velocities which are represented in magnitude and direction by the two sides of a parallelogram drawn from a point, they are equivalent to a velocity which is represented in magnitude and direction by the diagonal... Structural and Stress Analysis - Page 22by T.H.G. Megson - 2005 - 744 pagesLimited preview - About this book
| John Bourne (C. E.) - Steam engineering - 1868 - 495 pages
...contiguous sides of the parallelogram will, ¡f applied to a body, impart to°it a velocity such as **is represented in magnitude and direction by the diagonal of the parallelogram.** This assertion implies • Lardner'e Handbook of Natural Philosophy. 54 Nature and Laws of Motion.... | |
| George Farrer Rodwell - Physical sciences - 1871 - 580 pages
...two forces are represented in magnitude and direction by two adjacent aides of a parallelogram, the **resultant is represented in magnitude and direction by the diagonal of the parallelogram** passing through the point of application of the forces. (See Composition of Forces.} PARALLELOGRAM... | |
| Henry Turner Eddy - Graphic statics - 1878 - 114 pages
...point, and if they be represented in magnitude and direction by two determinate straight lines, then **their resultant is represented in magnitude and direction by the diagonal of** a parallelogram, two of whose sides are the just mentioned determinate lines. This is the basis of... | |
| Joshua Joseph J. Doherty - 1881
...represented in magnitude and direction by three adjacent edges of a, parallelopiped act on a particle, **their resultant is represented in magnitude and direction by the diagonal of the** parallelepiped which is drawn through the intersection of the three aides. Let AB, AC, AD be the three... | |
| Benjamin Williamson, Francis Alexander Tarleton - Dynamics - 1885 - 459 pages
...velocities represented in magnitude and direction by the sides of a parallelogram, the resultant velocity **is represented in magnitude and direction by the diagonal of the parallelogram.** Conversely, any velocity may be regarded as equivalent to two velocities in any two directions, and... | |
| Sidney Luxton Loney - Dynamics - 1891
...direction by the two sides of a parallelogram drawn from a point, they are equivalent to a velocity which **is represented in magnitude and direction by the diagonal of the parallelogram** passing through the point. Let the two simultaneous velocities be represented by the lines AB and AC,... | |
| William Martin Baker - Dynamics - 1899 - 251 pages
...represented in magnitude and direction by two sides 3—2 36 DYNAMICS. of a parallelogram drawn from a **point, their resultant is represented in magnitude...direction by the diagonal of the parallelogram drawn** from that point. Let P,, Pa poundals be the two forces acting in directions AB, AC. By the principle... | |
| Leander Miller Hoskins - Mechanics - 1900 - 436 pages
...If any two concurrent forces be represented in magnitude and direction by lines drawn from the same **point, their resultant is represented in magnitude and direction by the diagonal** (drawn from that point) of the parallelogram of which the two lines are adjacent sides. Thus let OA... | |
| Robert Wahl, Max Henius - Brewing - 1902 - 1266 pages
...of the greater component. When two component motions have different directions, the resultant motion **is represented in magnitude and direction by the diagonal of the parallelogram** constructed over the two component motions, as sides of the parallelogram. Thus let the two forces... | |
| G. F. Burn - Geometry - 1903 - 255 pages
...direction by the adjacentsides of a parallelogram drawn from the point, then their resultant or sum **is represented in magnitude and direction by the diagonal of the parallelogram** passing through the point. The vectors may meet at any given angle, but let us assume they meet at... | |
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