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TREATISE ON HYDROSTATICS AND HYDROMECHANICS PART II (1887) by Richard Potter

By Richard Potter

TREATISE ON HYDROSTATICS AND HYDROMECHANICS half II

THE sciences of Hydrostatics and Hydrodynamics are based
like different actual sciences on experimental determinations of
the houses of our bodies ; stable, liquid and gaseous.

In discussing the normal difficulties of the remaining and movement
of fluid our bodies, the straightforward legislation or houses of fluids are
required to be identified, but if we try to resolve the better
problems of the motions of fluids we discover that the character or
constitution of fluids has to be regarded as recognized additionally. In
this demeanour it was once came across by means of Lagrange that during continuing
analytically by way of the older ideas for the movement of our bodies, there
was required an extra equation for the answer of difficulties
of hydrodynamics ; and he shaped this equation at the thought
that while fluids stay non-stop, an effortless component
may swap its shape, quantity, and density, supplied the mass
remains consistent. This equation is termed the equation of
continuity 1 . the idea of sound, the matter of resistances,
and the phenomena of diverging and converging streams of
elastic fluids are nonetheless unsolved via this technique. the idea
of non-stop fluids is therefore inadequate for the real
solution of hydrodynamical difficulties.

The doctrine of the atomic structure of our bodies and the
necessary final result that the movement of fluids involves the
motion in their constituent atoms or molecules, of which each and every
is able to movement independently of the others, calls for us
to examine them as congeries of atoms or molecules, every one being
capable of movement among the others at the software of the
slightest strength or extra strength to it.

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