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CLASSIFIED  CONTENTS  OF VOLUMES  I—VI                          673
II.    GENERAL MECHANICS—continued.
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The Reaction upon the Driving-Point of a System executing Forced Harmonic Oscillations of Various Periods, with Applications to Electricity. Art. 134. 1886 . . . Vol. II 475
On the Maintenance of Vibrations by Forces of Double Frequencjr, and on the Propagation of Waves through, a Medium endowed with a Periodic Structure. Art. 142. 1887.'..........Vol. Ill 1
The Sailing Flight of the Albatross.  Art. 159.   1889      .        .         „      267
On the Vibrations of an Atmosphere.  Art. 166.   1800    .        .         „     335
On Huygens's Gearing in Illustration  of the   Induction  of
Electric Currents.   Art. 171.   1890.....         ,,376
The Bourdon Gauge.   Art. 172.   1890.....         ,,379
Experiments   in   Aerodynamics.   [Review of Langley's]   Art.
184.   1891.........         ,,491
Superheated Steam.   Art. 188.   1892.....                538
Heat Engines and Saline Solutions   ......           „        539
Remarks on Maxwell's Investigation respecting Boltzmann's
Theorem.  Art. 190.   1892......         ,,554
Grinding and Polishing of Glass Surfaces.   Art. 205.   1893      .   Vol. IV    74
On the Propagation of Waves along Connected Systems of
Similar Bodies.   Art. 235.   1897       .        .        .        .        .         ,,340
On Iso-periodic Systems.  Art. 242.   1898       .        .        .        .         ,,367
On the Calculation of the Frequency of Vibration of a System in its Gravest Mode, with an Example from Hydrodynamics. Art. 249. 1899......„ 407
The Law of Partition of Kinetic Energy.  Art. 253.   1900        .         „     433
The Mechanical Principles of Flight.  Art. 257.   1900      .        .         „     462
On a Theorem analogous to the Virial Theorem. Art. 262. 1900         „     491
Polish.   Art. 268.   1901........         ,,542
Some General • Theorems concerning Forced Vibrations  and
Resonance.   Art. 274.   1902......     Vol. V     8
Work Done.........           ,,10
One Degree of Freedom       .......           ,,11
Several Degrees of Freedom          .         .         .          .         .         .           „          13
Action of Resonators .         ,         .         .         .         .         .         .           „         15
Energy stored in Resonators         ......           ,,23
On the Pressure of Vibrations.  Art. 276.   1902       ...                  41
On the Free Vibrations of Systems affected with Small Rotatory
Terms.   Art. 283.   1903.......                  89
Considerations respecting the  Combustion  of Modern Pro-
pellants in Closed Vessels and in Guns.   Art. 286.   1903  .         „     103
Closed Vessels  .........           „       103
Combustion in Guna ........           „       105
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