| Sir William Fairbairn - 1856 - 376 lehte
...(fluids as diverse from one another as could be well selected) gave sensibly the same result, viz., that **the quantity of heat capable of raising the 'temperature of a pound of water** 1°, is equal to the mechanical power developed by a weight of 770 Ibs. (since ascertained to be 772... | |
| Sir William Fairbairn - 1856
...(fluids as diverse from one another as could be well selected) gave sensibly the same result, viz. that **the quantity of heat capable of raising the temperature of a pound of water** 1°, is equal to the mechanical power developed by a weight of 770 lbs. (since ascertained to be 772... | |
| 1857
...determinations, and, from his last set of experiments on the friction of fluids, he concludes " that **the quantity of heat capable of raising the temperature of a pound of water (weighed in** vacu'.' and taken at between 55" and 60°) by 1° Fahr., requires for its evolution the expenditure... | |
| 1857
...diverse from one another as could have been well selected, gave sensibly the same result, viz. that **the quantity of heat capable of raising the temperature of a pound of water** 1°, is equal to the mechanical power developed by a weight of 770 Ibs. in falling through one perpendicular... | |
| William Laxton - 1858
...(fluids as diverse from one another as could be well selected)! gave sensibly the same result, viz., that **the quantity of heat capable of raising the temperature of a pound of water** 1* u equal to the mechanical power developed by a weight of 772 Ib. falling through 1 perpendicular... | |
| Sir William Fairbairn - 1864 - 380 lehte
...(fluids as diverse from one another as could be well selected) gave sensibly the same result, viz. that **the quantity of heat capable of raising the temperature of a pound of water** 1° is equivalent to the mechanical power developed by a weight of 770 Ibs. (since ascertained to be... | |
| Sir William Fairbairn - 1864 - 380 lehte
...(fluids as diverse from one another as could be well selected) gave sensibly the same result, viz. that **the quantity of heat capable of raising the temperature of a pound of water** 1° is equivalent to the mechanical power developed by a weight of 770 Ibs. (since ascertained to be... | |
| Arabella Burton Fisher - 1879
...pulled up 7 7 2 feet was gradually transformed, as soon as the weight was released, into an amount **of heat capable of raising the temperature of a pound of water** i° Fahr. ; while Him showed, on the other hand, that exactly this amount of heat would, if it could... | |
| Alfred Daniell - 1884 - 653 lehte
...produce the same amount : 772'43 foot-pounds of work were found by Joule to correspond to an amount **of heat capable of raising the temperature of a pound of water** from 60° to 61° F. The heat possessed by a body is explained as being the motion of its particles.... | |
| John Lovell Robinson - 1888 - 348 lehte
...name Heat. 319. Dr. Joule's experiments have established the extremely important fact that the amount **of heat capable of raising the temperature of a pound of water** from 60° to 61° F. corresponds to 772-43 foot-pounds of work. In other words, if 772-43 Ibs. be allowed... | |
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