Hydrostatics and Pneumatics
by Philip Magnus
Publisher: Longmans 1891
Number of pages: 189
This Class-Book is intended for the use of those pupils in the upper forms of schools who have already acquired some elementary knowledge of the principles of Mechanics, and are about to commence the study of Hydrostatics and Pneumatics. The author combines the Experimental with the Deductive method.
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