To him they are but little more than striking instances of how completely the most simple facts may be buried out of sight under heaps of mathematical rubbish. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting - Sayfa 50Society for the Promotion of Engineering Education (U.S.) tarafından - 1894Tam görünüm - Bu kitap hakkında
| John Cresson Trautwine - 1891 - 866 sayfa
...writer himself, having long since forgotten the little higher mathematics he once knew, cannot. To him **they are but little more than striking instances of...out of sight under heaps of mathematical rubbish.** Where the word " ton " is used in this volume, it always means 2240 ibs, because that is its meaning... | |
| John Cresson Trautwine - 1894 - 834 sayfa
...writer himself, having long since forgotten the little higher mathematics he once knew, cannot. To him **they are but little more than striking instances of...buried out of sight under heaps of mathematical rubbish** . Where the word " ton " is used in this volume, it always means 2240 fbs, because that is its meaning... | |
| Franklin Institute (Philadelphia, Pa.) - 1898
...reach of ordinary men, yet their language also is so profound that very few engineers can read them ; **they are but little more than striking instances of...out of sight under heaps of mathematical rubbish."** Modern hydraul1cs stands midway between these two extremes, thus signalized by two leaders in the field... | |
| 1894
...the worldrenowned preface of Mr. John C. Trautwein. that the works of many of the great writers are " **little more than striking instances of how completely the most simple facts may be buried** among heaps of mathematical rubbish," still believe that purely theoretical demonstrations of many... | |
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