| Isaac Todhunter - 1882 - 400 páginas
...11. Thus we may very conveniently represent forces by straight lines. For we may draw a straight line **from the point of application of the force in the direction of the force, and** of a length proportional to the magnitude of the force. Thus, suppose a particle acted on by three... | |
| George Albert Wentworth, George Anthony Hill - 1898 - 440 páginas
...to better advantage. A force is represented by a straight line drawn from the point of application **in the direction of the force and containing as many units of length as there are units** in the force. FIG. 11. In Fig. 11 a beam projects beyond the edge of a table. The influence of direction... | |
| 84 páginas
...energy has been transferred and work done. Work done is the product of the force and the displacement of **the point of application of the force in the direction of the force.** Work done = force (F)x distance (s). Work done and energy consist only of magnitude and are scalar... | |
| W.F. Chen - 1997 - 1600 páginas
...energy of any structure with respect to any one of the applied forces is equal to the displacement of **the point of application of the force in the direction of the force.** To find the deflection of a point in a beam that is not the point of application of a concentrated... | |
| Donald Edmonds - 2001 - 286 páginas
...done by the electrical system, defined as the force acting multiplied by the distance travelled by **the point of application of the force in the direction of the force** (see Appendix 1 ), is equal to dW = qExdx. The energy stored in the electrical system must drop by... | |
| K. L. Kumar - 2003 - 799 páginas
...work done by a force is the product of the magnitude F of force and the distance dr cos 9 moved by **the point of application of the force in the direction of the force.** Alternatively, the work done may be considered to be the product of the magnitude dr of the displacement... | |
| Peter J. Gosling - 2005 - 408 páginas
...transmission or printing. work (W) (physics) The measurement of a force multiplied by the distance moved by **the point of application of the force in the direction of the force.** It is measured in joules. working (mathematics) Pertaining to something assumed or approximated, eg... | |
| Peter J. Gosling - 2002 - 456 páginas
...DATATRANSMISSION or printing. work (W) (physics) The measurement of a FORCE multiplied by the distance moved by **the point of application of the FORCE in the direction of the FORCE.** It is measured in joules. working (mathematics) Pertaining to something assumed or approximated, eg... | |
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