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Mathematical principles of natural philosophy and his system of the world / Isaac Newton ; translated into English by Andrew Motte in 1729, the translations revesed, and supplied with an historical and explanatory appendix, by Florian Cajori
Idiomas:
eng
Lugar de Edición:
Berkeley:
Editor:
University of California Press,
Fecha de Edición:
1947
Notas Formateada:
Book I.The motion of bodies: 1.Method of first nad last ratios -- 2.Determination of centripetal forces -- 3.Motion of bodies in eccentric conic sections -- 4.Determination of elliptic, paraboli, and hyperbolic orbits, from the focus given -- 5.Determination of orbits when neither focus in given -- 6.Determination of motions in given orbits -- 7.Rectilinear ascent and descent of bodies -- 8.Determination of orbits in wich bodies will revolve, being acted upon by any sort of centripetal force -- 9.Motion of bodies in movable orbits; and the motion of the apsides -- 10.Motion of bodies in given surfaces; and the oscillating pendulous motion of bodies -- 11.Motion of bodies tending to eachother with centripetal forces -- 12.Attractive forces of spherical bodies -- 13.Attractive forces of bodies wich are not spherical -- 14.Motion of very small bodies when agitated by centripetal forces tending to the several parts -- Book II.The motion of bodies (in resisting mediums): 1.Motion of bodies that are resisted in the ratio of the velocity -- 2.Motion of bodies that are resisted as the square of their volocities -- 3.Motion of bodies that are resisted partly in the ratio of the velocities, and partly as the square of the same ratio -- 4.Circular motion of bodies is resisting mediums -- 5.Density and compression of fluids; hidrostastics -- 6.Motion and resistance of pendolous bodies -- 7.Motion of fluids, an dthe resistance made to projected bodies -- 8.Motion propagated through fluids -- 9.Circular motion of fluids -- Book III.The system of the world (in mathematical treatment): Rules of reasoning in phylosophy -- Phenomena -- Propositions -- Motion of the moon's nodes General scholium --The system of the world -- Appendix
Nota de contenido:
Isaac Newton (1642-1727), recogiendo las aportaciones de Kepler y Galileo, consigue por vez primera construir un modelo matemático general que permite explicar tanto el movimiento de los cuerpos celestes como el de los terrestres. La presente obra sentó las bases de la física moderna.
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0 ^aBook I.The motion of bodies: 1.Method of first nad last ratios -- 2.Determination of centripetal forces -- 3.Motion of bodies in eccentric conic sections -- 4.Determination of elliptic, paraboli, and hyperbolic orbits, from the focus given -- 5.Determination of orbits when neither focus in given -- 6.Determination of motions in given orbits -- 7.Rectilinear ascent and descent of bodies -- 8.Determination of orbits in wich bodies will revolve, being acted upon by any sort of centripetal force -- 9.Motion of bodies in movable orbits; and the motion of the apsides -- 10.Motion of bodies in given surfaces; and the oscillating pendulous motion of bodies -- 11.Motion of bodies tending to eachother with centripetal forces -- 12.Attractive forces of spherical bodies -- 13.Attractive forces of bodies wich are not spherical -- 14.Motion of very small bodies when agitated by centripetal forces tending to the several parts -- Book II.The motion of bodies (in resisting mediums): 1.Motion of bodies that are resisted in the ratio of the velocity -- 2.Motion of bodies that are resisted as the square of their volocities -- 3.Motion of bodies that are resisted partly in the ratio of the velocities, and partly as the square of the same ratio -- 4.Circular motion of bodies is resisting mediums -- 5.Density and compression of fluids; hidrostastics -- 6.Motion and resistance of pendolous bodies -- 7.Motion of fluids, an dthe resistance made to projected bodies -- 8.Motion propagated through fluids -- 9.Circular motion of fluids -- Book III.The system of the world (in mathematical treatment): Rules of reasoning in phylosophy -- Phenomena -- Propositions -- Motion of the moon's nodes General scholium --The system of the world -- Appendix
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3 ^aIsaac Newton (1642-1727), recogiendo las aportaciones de Kepler y Galileo, consigue por vez primera construir un modelo matemático general que permite explicar tanto el movimiento de los cuerpos celestes como el de los terrestres. La presente obra sentó las bases de la física moderna.
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^aInstituto Tecnológico Buenos Aires (ITBA) - Biblioteca
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