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Full text of "Scientific Papers - Vi"

CLASSIFIED CONTENTS OF VOLUMES I—VI                          681
V.    HYDRODYNAMICS—continued.
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Remarks on Major G. I. Taylor's Papers on the Distribution
of Air Pressure.   Art. 440.  1919.....Vol. VI 602
The Travelling Cyclone.  Art. 444.   1919.....,,654
VI.    SOUND
Remarks on a Paper .by Dr Sondhauss.   Art. 4.   1870 On the Theory of Resonance.  Art. 5.   1870     .
Introduction       .........
Part I..........
Several Openings      ......         .
Double Resonance    ........
Open Organ-Pipes     ........
Long Tube in connexion with a Reservoir      ....
Lateral Openings      ....         ....
Part II..........
Long Tubes     .........
Simple Apertures      ........
Cylindrical Necks     ........
Potential on itself of a Uniform Circular Disk
Nearly Cylindrical Tubes of Revolution         ....
Upper Limit    .........
Application to Straight Tube of Revolution, whoso ends lie on two Infinite Planes         .......
Tubes nearly Straight and Cylindrical but not necessarily of Revolution   .         .         .         .         .         .
Tubes not nearly Straight .......
Part III..........
Experimental  .........
On the Vibrations of a Gas contained within a Rigid Spherical
Envelope.  Art. 13.   1872.......
Investigation   of the  Disturbance produced  by a   Spherical
Obstacle on the Waves of Sound.   Art. 14.   1872 Some General Theorems relating to Vibrations.   Art. 21.   1873
Section I.  The natural periods of a conservative system, vibrating freely about a configuration  of stable  equilibrium, fulfil the stationary condition ........
Section II.  The Dissipation Function      .    •    .
Section III.  [The Reciprocity Theorem] .....
On the Nodal Lines of a Square Plate.   Art. 22.   1873     .
On the Vibrations of Approximately Simple Systems.  Art. 24.
1873, 1874.....'     .
On the Fundamental Modes of a Vibrating System.  Art. 25.
1873...........
Vibrations of Membranes.  Art. 26.   1873         ....
Harmonic Echoes.  Art. 27.   1873......
Mr Hamilton's String Organ.  Art. 33.   1875   .
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