Cono-cuneus, or, The shipwright"s circular wedge
Publisher: Printed by John Playford for Richard Davis ... in London
Written in English
- Conic sections.,
- Geometry -- Early works to 1800.
|Other titles||Cono-cuneus, Shipwright"s circular wedge, Cono-cuneus., Shipwright"s circular wedge.|
|Statement||by John Wallis ..., in a letter to the honourable Sir Robert Moray ...|
|Genre||Early works to 1800.|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1079:8.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 17 p.,  leaves of plates|
|Number of Pages||17|
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Cono-cuneus, or, The shipwright's circular wedge: that is, a body resembling in part a conus, in part a cuneus, geometrically considered. Wallis' Cono-Cuneus: or the shipwright's circular wedge ofwhich Sutherland refers to, is part of the search for solids of least resistance, but of no practical interest.
Fagge (see Mariner's Mirror, Vol,p) and Hardingham have not been seen by this writer. CHAPTER I THE SAILING SHIP. To attempt to trace in any detail the evolution of the sailing warship is a task, it must be at once admitted, far beyond the scope and intention of the present essay. The history of naval architecture is, of course, a vast and many-sided subject.
Few are the writers who have dealt with it, and, for reasons which will appear, few of those have written in. Full text of "The evolution of naval armament" See other formats. with a circular “top,” a repository for bricks and iron bars wherewith Italian shipwrights to come to England and apply their knowledge to the royal vessels.
Dockyards were founded at Woolwich, Deptford, and of least resistance” or of that “cono-cuneus. Wallis' Cono-Cuneus: or the shipwright's circular wedge ofwhich Sutherland refers to, is part of the search for solids of least resistance, but of no practical interest.
Fagge (see Mariner's Mirror, Vol. 40,p. ) and Hardingham have not been seen by this writer. MD DALIM # 10/05/06 BLUE COPPER BLACK Ships and Science Transformations: Studies in the History of Science and Technology Jed Z.
Buchwald, general editor Jesuit Science and the Republic of Letters Mordechai Feingold, editor Ships and Science: The Birth of Naval Architecture in the Scientific Revolution, – Larrie D. Ferreiro Wireless: From .