| Samuel Vince - 1812 - 120 Seiten
...equal in bulk to Q, before the body was immersed, that space being then occupied by the fluid ; and as **the same pressure must sustain the same weight, when...body must be equal to the weight of a quantity of** fluid equal in bulk to Q. PROP. XV. If a body float on a fluid, the centres of gravity of the body... | |
| Denison Olmsted - 1850 - 592 Seiten
...nearer to 62} Ibs. or 1000 ounce*. For the body P+Q* is supported by the pressure of the fluid, upward **against the part immersed. But before the body was...weight, when there is an equilibrium, the weight of the** boAji must be equal to the weight of a quantity of the fluid equal in bulk to Q. This proposition is... | |
| William Henry Besant - 1859 - 250 Seiten
...the fluid displaced, and acts in a vertical line through its centre of gravity. Hence it follows that **the weight of the body must be equal to the weight of** the fluid displaced, and that the centres of gravity of the body, and of the fluid displaced, must... | |
| William Henry Besant - 1867 - 291 Seiten
...the fluid displaced, and acts in a vertical line through its centre of gravity. Hence it follows that **the weight of the body must be equal to the weight of** the fluid displaced, and that the centres of gravity of the body, and of the fluid displaced, must... | |
| William Henry Besant - 1873 - 223 Seiten
...relative equilibrium, it is evident by the same reasoning, as in the case of a fluid at rest, that **the weight of the body must be equal to the weight of** the fluid displaced. 163. Figure of the Earth. A large portion of the earth's surface is covered with... | |
| W. J. Browne - 1883 - 200 Seiten
...through its cg vertically downwards. Hence we obtain the following conditions of equilibrium : — (1) **The weight of the body must be equal to the weight of** the fluid displaced by it. (2) The centre of gravity of the body and the centre of gravity of the displaced... | |
| Edward Albert Bowser - 1885 - 298 Seiten
...Archimedes. (Goodeve, p. 190 ; Galbraith, p. 48.) COR. 1. — If a body be supported entirely by a fluid, **the weight of the body must be equal to the weight of** the fluid displaced, and the centres of gravity of the body and of the fluid displaced must lie in... | |
| George Minchin Minchin - 1892 - 424 Seiten
...there are two distinct conditions of equilibrium of a body floating freely in a heavy fluid, viz. i°. **the weight of the body must be equal to the weight of** the fluid which it displaces; and 2°. the centre of gravity of the bo(ly and the centre of gravity... | |
| William Henry Besant - 1892 - 263 Seiten
...air and water is supported by the resultant vertical pressures of the air and water around it. Hence **the weight of the body must be equal to the weight of** the air and water it displaces, and the centre of gravity of the air and water displaced must be in... | |
| Andrew Jamieson - 1892 - 268 Seiten
...body. But it is in equilibrium. Hence the conditions of equilibrium for a floating body are — 1. **The weight of the body must be equal to the weight of** the fluid displaced. 2. The centres of gravity of the body and of the fluid displaced must be in the... | |
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