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" ... downwards. He was a foolish man who thought he had found the means of commanding always a fair wind for his pleasure-boat, by erecting an immense bellows in the stern. The bellows and sails acted against each other, and there was no motion : indeed,... "
Elements of Physics: Or, Natural Philosophy, General and Medical: Written ... - Seite 124
herausgegeben von - 1838 - 240 Seiten
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Elements of Physics: Or Natural Philosophy, General and Medical, Band 1

Neil Arnott - 1827 - 532 Seiten
...continued explosions of gunpowder. He was a foolish man who thought he had found the means of securing always a fair wind for his pleasure-boat, by erecting...would not catch all the wind from the bellows. A man using an oar, or a steam engine turning paddle wheels, advances exactly with the force that drives...
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Elements of Physics: Or Natural Philosophy, General and Medical, Band 1

Neil Arnott - 1829 - 532 Seiten
...the recoil of the rocket from the part of its substance, which is constantly being shot downwards. acted against each other, and there was no motion:...would not catch all the wind from the bellows. A man using an oar, or a steam-engine turning paddle wheels, advances exactly with the force that drives...
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Exposition of the Principles of Abbott's Hydraulic Engine: With Tables ...

John Abbott - 1835 - 132 Seiten
...power however in this mode of applying it. A man floating in a small boat, and blowing strong-, ly with a bellows towards the stern, pushes himself onwards...in the direction opposite. A man using an oar, or a steam engine turning paddle-wheels, advances exactly with the force that drives the water astern. A...
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Elements of Physics Or Natural Philosophy: General and Medical, Written for ...

Neil Arnott - 1845 - 486 Seiten
...stern, pushes himself onwards with the same force with which the air issues from the bellows-pipe. A sky-rocket ascends, because, after it is lighted,...all the wind from the bellows. A man supported on a (loating plank, by walking towards one end of it gives it a motion in the direction opposite. A man...
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Elements of Physics, Or Natural Philosophy, General and Medical: Written for ...

Neil Arnott - 1853
...bellows-pipe. A sky-rocket ascends, because, after it is lighted, the lower part is always producing a larger quantity of aeriform fluid, which, in expanding, presses...would not catch all the wind from the bellows. A man using an oar, or a steam-engine turning paddle-wheels, advances exactly with the force that drives...
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Elements of Physics: Or, Natural Philosophy, General and Medical ...

Neil Arnott, Isaac Hays - 1853 - 486 Seiten
...thus lifts it The ascent is aided also by the recoil of the rocket from the part of ita .-nilstance, which is constantly bursting downwards. He was a foolish...would not catch all the wind from the bellows. A man using an oar, or a steam-engine turning paddle-wheels, advances exactly with the force that drives...
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The First-[fifth] Reader, Band 4

Marcius Willson - 1860
...even a feather falling lifts the earth toward it, and that a man jumping kicks the earth away. 25. He was a foolish man who thought he had found the...sail would not catch all the wind from the bellows. If he had turned the bellows around, and blown astern,13 he might have moved his boat a little. 26....
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The Fourth Reader of the School and Family Series, Bücher 4

Marcius Willson - 1860 - 360 Seiten
...even a feather falling lifts the earth toward it, and that a man jumping kicks the earth away. 25. He was a foolish man who thought he had found the...sail would not catch all the wind from the bellows. If he had turned the bellows around, and blown astern, 13 he might have moved his boat a little. 26....
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The Teaching of Science

John Francis Woodhull - 1918 - 249 Seiten
...aided also by the recoil of the rocket from the part of its substance, which is constantly being shot downwards. He was a foolish man who thought he had...would not catch all the wind from the bellows. A man using an oar, or a steam-engine turning paddle wheels, advances exactly with the force that drives...
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The Teaching of Science

John Francis Woodhull - 1918 - 249 Seiten
...thought he had found the means of commanding always a fair wind for his pleasure-boat, by erectbig an immense bellows in the stern. The bellows and sails...would not catch all the wind from the bellows. A man using an oar, or a steam-engine turning paddle wheels, advances exactly with the force that drives...
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