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Pour visualiser que les cercles sont inclus les uns dans les autres, initialiser L: From this time on he has been engaged chiefly on inquiries in electricity and hydrodynamics. Neumann, Clausius, Maxwell, and Helmholtz.

Thomson, Kirchhoff, and Horace Lamb. Les calculs fastidieux ou techniques se feront directement sur ordinateur en TP ou sur calculatrices en TD avec un logiciel de calcul formel. Pour voir le graphe, appuyer sur la touche Plot.

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Unlike astronomical problems of a century ago, they refer to phenomena of matter and motion that are usually concealed from direct observation.

Noteworthy transformations and discussions of the problem have been given by J. During the present century we have come to recognise the advantages frequently arising from a geometrical treatment of mechanical problems. Ces commandes se trouvent dans le sous-menu Graphiques: In he published by subscription at Nottingham a paper entitled Essay on the application of mathematical analysis to the theory of electricity and magnetism. Hirn of Colmar, and Helmholtz monocyclic and polycyclic systems.

Boussinesq of Paris, and others. He constructed the electro-magnetic theory from general equations, which are established upon purely dynamical principles, and which determine the state of the electric field. By these labours, the motion of a single solid in a fluid has come to be pretty well understood, but the case of two solids in a fluid is not developed so fully. By this law the distribution of molecules according to their velocities is determined by the same formula given in the theory of probability as the distribution of empirical observations according to the magnitude of their errors.


Heaviside and Poynting have reached remarkable mathematical results in their interpretation and development of Maxwell’s theory. We owe to Sir William Thomson new synthetical methods of great elegance, viz. Thomson are a group of great men who were Second Wranglers at Cambridge. There is hardly a problem in elasticity to which he has not contributed, while many of his inquiries were new.

Hill of that office has contributed an elegant paper on certain possible abbreviations in the computation of the long-period of the moon’s motion due to the direct action of the planets, and has made the most elaborate determination yet undertaken of the inequalities of the moon’s motion due to the figure of the earth. A function of fundamental importance in the mathematical theories of electricity and magnetism is the “potential.

In the present time the aid of dynamics has been invoked by the physical sciences. On peut encore citer: He had made a reduction in the differential equations to the seventh order. The mathematical treatment of thermic problems was demanded by practical considerations. These cors have since been greatly extended by him.

Courbes en polaires, cas des coniques. Young’s explanations, not being verified by him by extensive numerical calculations, attracted little notice, and it was not until Augustin Fresnel — applied mathematical analysis to a much greater extent than Young had done, that the undulatory theory began to carry conviction.

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In he published “an account of Carnot’s theory of the motive power of heat, with numerical results deduced from Regnault’s experiments. On note donc d x dx [resp.

Coure discovery that the ocurs of the dynamic differential equations is connected with the integration of a certain partial differential equation of the first order and second degree, grew out of an attempt to deduce, by the undulatory theory, results in geometrical optics previously based on the conceptions of the emission theory.

The principle known by his name was published curviligns This cojrs him to alter the very foundation of his kinetic theory of gases by assuming between the molecules a repelling force varying inversely as the fifth power of their distances. Most of Heaviside’s papers have been published since ; they cover a wide field. Though the importance of his work was emphasised by B. Valuable graphic methods for the study of thermodynamic relations were devised in — by J. Important new points of view have been introduced recently by Helmholtz, who concludes that when two air currents blow one above the other in different directions, a system of air waves must arise in the same way as waves are formed on the sea.


Recently it has been observed that Bessel’s functions appear much earlier in mathematical literature. Sir William Thomson combined the two results, and compared them with the actual deformation. Boltzmann tried to establish kinetic theories of gases by assuming the forces between molecules to act according to different laws from those previously assumed.

Criticisms on some parts of his researches have been made by James Nolan of Victoria. Sadi-Carnotan adherent of the corpuscular theory, gave the first impulse to this. The object which Hamilton proposed to himself is indicated by the title of his first paper, viz. Thomson was elected professor of natural philosophy in the University of Glasgow, a position which he has held ever since.

Numerous errors committed by his predecessors were removed. He has also computed certain lunar inequalities due to the action of Jupiter.

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While yet an undergraduate at Cambridge, during holidays spent at the seaside, he entered upon researches of this kind by working out the theory of spinning tops, which previously had been only partially explained by Jellet in his Treatise on the Theory of Frictionand by Archibald Smith. Kohlrausch to electro-magnetism and electro-statics. His results on torsion abound in beautiful graphic illustrations. Imtegrale entire subject of electro-magnetism was revolutionised by James Clerk Maxwell —