(navigation image)
Home American Libraries | Canadian Libraries | Universal Library | Community Texts | Project Gutenberg | Children's Library | Biodiversity Heritage Library | Additional Collections
Search: Advanced Search
Anonymous User (login or join us)
Upload
See other formats

Full text of "Scientific Papers - Vi"

672                         CLASSIFIED  CONTENTS OF VOLUMES  I—VI
I.    MATHEMATICS—continued.
PAGE
On the Approximate Solution of Certain Problems relating
to the Potential.  II.   Art. 374.   1913      ....   Vol. VI 157
Some Calculations in Illustration of Fourier's Theorem.   Art.
382.   1914.........,,227
On Legendre's Function Pn (6), when n is great and 6 has any
value*.   Art. 404.   1916.......,,393
On the Light Emitted from a Random Distribution of Luminous Sources. Art. 436. 1918.....„ 565
On the Problem of Random Vibrations, and of Random Flights
in One, Two, or Three Dimensions.  Art. 441.   1919 .        .          „      604
One Dimension         ........           „        607
Two Dimensions        ........           „        610
Three Dimensions     .         .         .         .         .         .         .         .           ,,618
On the Resultant of a Number of Unit Vibrations, whose Phases are at Random over a Range not Limited to an Integral Number of Periods. Art. 442. 1919 ...         „ 627
II.    GENERAL MECHANICS
Some General Theorems relating to Vibrations.   Art. 21.   1873    Vol. I    170'
Section I.   The natural periods 6f a conservative system, vibrating freely about a configuration  of stable equilibrium, fulfil the stationary condition          .         .         .         .         .         .         .           ,,170
Section II. The Dissipation Function    .....           „        176-
Section III.  [The Reciprocity Theorem]          .         .         .                     „        170
On the Vibrations of Approximately Simple Systems.   Art. 24.
1873, 1874.........„      185:
On the Fundamental Modes of a Vibrating System.  Art. 25.
1873...........          „      186
A Statical Theorem!  Art. 32.   1874, 1875      ....          „      223-
General Theorems relating  to Equilibrium  and Initial and
Steady Motions.   Art. 34.   1875.....,,232
Uniformity of Rotation.   [Phonic Wheel]  Art. 56.   1878        .          „      355
On Maintained Vibrations.   Art. 97.   1883      ....    Vol. II  188 The Soaring of Birds.   Art. 98.   1883      .'....          „      194'.
Investigation of the Character of the Equilibrium of an Incompressible Heavy Fluid of Variable Density.   Art. 100.
1883...........„      20.0-
Suggestions for facilitating the Use of a Delicate Balance.
Art. 104.   1883........„      226
A Theorem relating to the Time-Moduli of Dissipative Systems.
Art. 125.   1885........„      428-
Testing Dynamos.   Art. 133.   1886......„      474
* [1917.   It would be more correct to say Pn(Gos8), where cos0 lies between ±1.] + tan2 7q tanh2 k,}, * [This result (1-776) is a correction of the value (1-947) given in the original.    W. F. S.]is probably for the most part legitimate. In imagination we may suppose the film to be infinitely thin or, if it be of finite thickness, that the diffusion takes place strictly in one dimension.