| Perry Fairfax Nursey - Industrial arts - 1841 - 508 pages
...said weight is raised while the piston traverses the length of the cylinder, will be equal to half **the circumference of a circle whose radius is equal to the length of the** crank ; then, did the piston traverse the length of the cylinder in the game time as it would do if... | |
| 1841 - 596 pages
...said weight is raised while the piston traverses the length of the cylinder, will be equal to half **the circumference of a circle whose radius is equal to the length of the** crank ; then, did the piston traverse the length of the cylinder in the same time as it would do if... | |
| Daniel Adams - Measurement - 1850 - 144 pages
...connected with the screw, the nut is immovable ; and when with the nut, the screw is immovable. ^T **1 12. A screw will remain at rest, when the ratio...power is applied. The formulas given for the lever,** *fi 102, may be adapted to the screWo EXAMPLES -FOR PRACTICE. 1. The threads of a screw are 1 inch... | |
| 1862 - 476 pages
...sufficiently well understood ; it is evident that the points of each of the arms of the V bob describes an arc **of a circle whose radius is equal to the length of the** side of the V bob, and that upon the length of this radius depends the amount of the deviation. As... | |
| Park Benjamin - Mechanical engineering - 1880 - 1002 pages
...the circumstances will permit, ought to be fulfilled, namely : 1. The link should be curved in an arc **of a circle whose radius is equal to the length of the** eccentric-rod. 2. The eccentric rods ought to be long ; the longer they are in proportion to the eccentricity,... | |
| Park Benjamin - Mechanical engineering - 1880 - 1004 pages
...the circumstances will permit, ought to be fulfilled, namely: 1. The link should be curved in an arc **of a circle whose radius is equal to the length of the** eccentric-rod. 2. The eccentric rods ought to be long ; the longer they are in proportion to the eccentricity,... | |
| Gustav Zeuner - Links and link-motion - 1884 - 296 pages
...parameter. We obtain thus the peculiar result : that the point of suspension E is to be moved in an arc **of a circle whose radius is equal to the length of the** eccentric-rod, and whose centre is at the same height above the centre line of stroke OB as the point... | |
| Jay Manuel Whitham - Steam engineering - 1890 - 982 pages
...shown in Fig. 163, has fewer parts and is cheaper than any on the market. The pencil moves in the arc **of a circle whose radius is equal to the length of the** pencillever. The piston-rod is not jointed to the pencil-lever, but simply bears against it. At the... | |
| Jay Manuel Whitham - Steam engineering - 1890 - 964 pages
...shown in Fig. 163, has fewer parts and is cheaper than any on the market. The pencil moves in the arc **of a circle whose radius is equal to the length of the** pencillever. The piston-rod is not jointed to the pencil-lever, but simply bears against it. At the... | |
| Education - 1893 - 786 pages
...tied by a rope to a post at one corner, outside a square field, he can graze, over three quadrants **of a circle, whose radius is equal to the length of the** rope by which he is tied. Then, the 10 acres, (area over which he grazes) is^ of whole circle, and... | |
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