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Jean Le Rond D'Alembert: A New Theory of the Resistance of FluidsPrinciples of Dynamics and Hydrodynamics Necessary for the Understanding of the Subsequent Propositions

Jean Le Rond D'Alembert: A New Theory of the Resistance of Fluids: Principles of Dynamics and... [1. Let any system be composed of as many bodies as desired, which I designate as A, B, C, D, etc. and let us suppose that these bodies are impelled by any forces φ, ψ, π, υ, etc., being A by the force φ, B by the force ψ, etc., and that at any instant these bodies move with velocities V, U, v, u, etc., being A with velocity V, B with velocity U, etc. It is easy to see that these bodies, if they were not impelled by the forces, φ, ψ, π, etc., and besides there was not any obstacle to their movement, they would retain in the next instant the velocities V, U, v, u with same direction.] http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png

Jean Le Rond D'Alembert: A New Theory of the Resistance of FluidsPrinciples of Dynamics and Hydrodynamics Necessary for the Understanding of the Subsequent Propositions

Part of the Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Book Series (volume 47)
Editors: Calero, Julián Simón

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Publisher
Springer International Publishing
Copyright
© Springer International Publishing AG 2018
ISBN
978-3-319-67999-0
Pages
19 –24
DOI
10.1007/978-3-319-68000-2_1
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Abstract

[1. Let any system be composed of as many bodies as desired, which I designate as A, B, C, D, etc. and let us suppose that these bodies are impelled by any forces φ, ψ, π, υ, etc., being A by the force φ, B by the force ψ, etc., and that at any instant these bodies move with velocities V, U, v, u, etc., being A with velocity V, B with velocity U, etc. It is easy to see that these bodies, if they were not impelled by the forces, φ, ψ, π, etc., and besides there was not any obstacle to their movement, they would retain in the next instant the velocities V, U, v, u with same direction.]

Published: Jan 13, 2018

Keywords: Subsequent Proposition; Hydrodynamic

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