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" Taking it at four miles an hour, do you mean to say that it would not require a stronger railway to carry the same weight twelve miles an hour?" "I will give an answer to that. I dare say every person has been over ice when skating, or seen persons go... "
The story of the life of George Stephenson, railway engineer. Abridged - Стр. 164
авторы: Samuel Smiles - 1859
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Conquests of Invention: Cyrus H. McCormick, Elias Howe, Thomas A. Edison ...

Mary Rosetta Parkman - 1921 - Страниц: 413
...skated over ice or seen people skating, and they know the ice will bear them better when they go rapidly than it would if they went slower; when they go quick the weight in a measure ceases." So the self-taught mechanic struggled heroically to explain what all the distinguished engineers and...
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The Life of George Stephenson

Samuel Smiles - 2001 - Страниц: 240
...same weight twelve miles an hour?" "I will give an answer to that. I dare say every person has been over ice when skating, or seen persons go over, and...that upon the hypothesis that the railroad is perfect "t" " It is; and I mean to make it perfect." It is scarcely necessary to state, that to have passed...
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Locomotive Engineers Journal, Том 4

1870
...weiglit twelve miles an hour? " •'! will give .¡u answer to that. I dare say every person has been over ice when skating, or seen persons go over, and...better at a greater velocity than it would if they went slow- r ; when they go quick, the weight in a measure censes.'' " Is not that upon the hypothesis that...
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