when a body cools in vacua, surrounded by a medium whose temperature is constant, the velocity of cooling for excess of temperature in arithmetical progression increases as the terms of a geometrical progression, diminished by a constant quantity. Report of the Annual Meeting - Strona 51842Pełny widok - Informacje o książce
| 1847
...in vacua, surrounded by a medium whose temperature is constant, the velocity of cooling for excess **of temperature in arithmetical progression increases...progression, diminished by a constant quantity." The** introduction of this constant depends on the operation of the theory of exchanges of heat ; for a body,... | |
| 1819
...be so likewise, and the preceding law may be announced in this manner. When a body coots in vacuo, **surrounded by a medium whose temperature is constant, the velocity of cooling for** excess of temperature in arithmetical progression, increases as the terms of a geometrical progression,... | |
| 1847
...in vacua, surrounded by a medium whose temperature is constant, the velocity of cooling for excess **of temperature in arithmetical progression increases...progression, diminished by a constant quantity." The** introduction of this constant depends on the operation of the theory of exchanges of heat; for a body,... | |
| 1847
...in vacua, surrounded by a medium whose temperature is constant, the velocity of cooling for excess **of temperature in arithmetical progression increases...progression, diminished by a constant quantity." The** introduction of this constant depends on the operation of the theory of exchanges of heat ; for a body,... | |
| 1847
...in vacua, surrounded by a medium whose temperature is constant, the velocity of cooling for excess **of temperature in arithmetical progression increases...progression, diminished by a constant quantity." The** introduction of this constant depends on the operation of the theory of exchanges of heat ; for a body,... | |
| Andrew Ure - 1821 - Liczba stron: 14
...above and some analogous experiments, the following law has been deduced: If7ten a body cools in vacuo **surrounded by a medium whose temperature is constant, the velocity of cooling for** excess of temperature in arithmetical ]>rogresston, increases as the terms of a geometrical progression,... | |
| Thomas Curtis - 1829
...above, and some analogous experiments, the following law has been deduced : when a body cools in vacuo, **surrounded by a medium whose temperature is constant, the velocity of cooling for** excess of temperature, in arithmetical progression, increases as the terms of a geometrical progression,... | |
| William Thomas Brande - 1830
...surrounded by a medium, of which the temperature is constant, the velocity of cooling, from excess **of temperature in arithmetical progression, increases...terms of a geometrical progression, diminished by a** certain quantity. The law of cooling in vacuo being determined, it is easy to separate from the total... | |
| British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1836
...Petit find that the quickness of cooling, so far as it depends on the temperature of the hot body, **increases as the terms of a geometrical progression diminished by a constant** number, when the temperature of the hot body increases in arithmetical progression. This explains the... | |
| British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1836
...Petit find that the quickness of cooling, so far as it depends on the temperature of the hot body, **increases as the terms of a geometrical progression diminished by a constant** number, when the temperature of the hot body increases in arithmetical progression. This explains the... | |
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