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" MECHANICAL POWERS, are six in number ; viz. 1 . The Lever ; 2 The Wheel and Axle ; 3. The Pulley ; 4. The Inclined Plane ; 5 The Screw; 6. The Wedge. "
An introduction to natural philosophy: designed as a text book, for the use ... - Seite 87
von Denison Olmsted - 1838
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Lectures on Experimental Philosophy, Astronomy, and Chemistry ..., Band 1

George Gregory - 1808
...different combinations, the most stupendous works of human art are produced. These machines are; i. the lever; 2. the wheel and axle ; 3. the pulley; 4. the inclined plane; 5. the wedge; and 6. the screw. 1.. The lever is, perhaps, the simplest of all the mechanic powers, and was...
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Outlines of Natural Philosophy Being Heads of Lectures Delivered in ..., Band 1

John Playfair - 1812
...the same. x The simple mechanical powers into which more complex machines are resolved, are these : 1. The Lever; 2. The Wheel and Axle; 3. The Pulley; 4. The Wedge ; 5. The Screw ; 6. The Funicular Machine. Of the Lever. 120. DEF. — A lever is an inflexible...
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A Treatise on Mechanics: Intended as an Introduction to the Study of Natural ...

Bewick Bridge - 1814
...commonly called) the mechanical powers, are six in number; viz. l.The Lev«r; 2. The Wheel and Angle; 3. The Pulley; 4. The Inclined Plane; 5. The Screw; 6. The Wedge •'*'. Compound machines are formed from the combination of two or more simple ones. But it is not...
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Lectures on Experimental Philosophy, Astronomy, and Chemistry ..., Band 1

George Gregory - 1820
...their different combinations, the most stupendous works of human art are produced. These machines are ; 1. the lever; 2. the wheel and axle ; 3. the pulley ; 4. the inclined plane ; 5. the wedge ; and 6. the screw. 1. The lever is, perhaps, the simplest of all the mechanic powers, and was...
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The Literary and Scientific Repository, and Critical Review, Band 4

1822
...ones, that are called the mechanic powers. Of these, writers on mechanics formerly enumerated six, viz. 1. The Lever. 2. The Wheel and axle. 3. The Pulley. 4. The Inclined plane. 5. The Wedge, and 6. The Screw. To these modern authors add the Funicular machine. The Lever. 65. A Lever...
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Outlines of Natural Philosophy: Being the Heads of a Course of ..., Bände 1-2

James Renwick - 1822
...ones, that are called the mechanic powers. Of these, writers on mechanics formerly enumerated six, viz. 1. The Lever. 2. The Wheel and axle. 3. The Pulley. 4. The Inclined plane. 6. The Wedge, and 6. The Screw. To these modern authors add the Funicular machine. The Lever. 56. A...
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The Glasgow Mechanics' Magazine; and Annals of Philosophy

1824
...different combinations, the most stupendous works of human art are produced. These machines are — 1. the lever — 2. the wheel and axle — 3. the pulley — 4. the inclined plane — 5. the wedge — and 6. the screw. The lever is, perhaps, the simplest of all the mechanic powers, and was...
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The Register of Arts, and Journal of Patent Inventions, Band 1

Luke Herbert - 1824
...efficient action. 36. The mechanical powers or simple machines are six, viz. 1. The Lever, or Balance. 2. The Wheel and Axle. 3. The Pulley 4. The Inclined Plane. 5. The Wedge. 6. The Screw. 37. The LEVER is a bar of iron, or other substance, supported by, and moveable...
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Glasgow Mechanics' Magazine, and Annals of Philosophy, Band 1

1824
...and their difterent combinations, the most stupendous works of human art are produced. These machine 1. the lever— 2. the wheel and axle — 3. the pulley — 4. the inclined plaae — 5. the wedge — and 6. the screw. The heir is, perhaps, the simplest of all the mechanic...
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Natural Philosophy: With an Explanation of Scientific Terms, and an ..., Band 1

1829
...some combination of the following simple machines, which are commonly called the mechanic power* : — 1. THE LEVER, 2. THE WHEEL AND AXLE, 3. THE PULLEY, 4. THE INCLINED-PLANE, 5. THE WEDGE, 6. THE SCREW. This classification of the ELEMENTS OF MACHINERY, although...
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