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タイトル: <一般論文> 合理力学の一例としての衝突理論1720–1730年
その他のタイトル: <Regular Articles> Theory of collision as an example of Rational Mechanics, from 1720 to 1730
著者: 有賀, 暢迪  KAKEN_name
著者名の別形: ARIGA, Nobumichi
発行日: 28-Feb-2012
出版者: 京都大学文学部科学哲学科学史研究室
誌名: 科学哲学科学史研究
巻: 6
開始ページ: 17
終了ページ: 37
抄録: In his classical work on eighteenth-century mechanics, Clifford Truesdell characterized it as Rational Mechanics, mathematical enterprise aiming for general principles and methods, exercised through special problems. But, then, what were the special problems to be solved? The present paper proposes that theory of collision, or of what was called "communication" of motion, should be included. For this purpose, the author will select several theories proposed from 1720 to 1730, analyzing and comparing how they derived the laws of collision. We will find that 'sGravesande modified his theory between the first edition of his textbook and his controversial paper; that Maclaurin criticized 'sGravesande's "new" theory but essentially adopted the "old" one, while Maziere expanded it by introducing "elastic ratio"; that Johann Bernoulli aimed at establishing the theory on principles of mechanics, modeling collision process by virtual springs; and that Euler applied to the spring-model what would be now called equations of motion, promising to deduce the laws of collision from "most certain principles of mechanics." These enterprises not only show some developments of the theory and the popularity of that subject, but also will allow us to tell its history as an example of Rational Mechanics.
DOI: 10.14989/153498
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2433/153498
出現コレクション:第6号

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