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A Course of Experimental Mechanics

Nature volume 113, page 780 (31 May 1924) | Download Citation



TEACHERS searching for hints in arranging effective experiments in mechanics will find in this book a good deal to interest them. A large part of the volume is taken up with experiments on kinetics, and this section is of special value. Most teachers have experienced the difficulty of illustrating this branch of the subject by experiment, and the methods explained in the book will be of service to both teachers and students.

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