The Energy System of Matter A Deduction from Terrestrial Energy Phenomena
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The Energy System of Matter A Deduction from Terrestrial Energy Phenomena

By James Weir
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Table of Contents
  • THE ENERGY SYSTEM OF MATTER
  • PREFACE
  • THE ENERGY SYSTEM OF MATTER
  • INTRODUCTION
  • PART I
    • 1. Advantages of General View of Natural Operations
    • 2. Separate Mass in Space
    • 3. Advent of Energy—Distortional Effects
    • 4. The Gravitation Field
    • 5. Limits of Rotational Energy. Disruptional Phenomena
    • 6. Passive Function and General Nature of Gravitation Field
    • 7. Limit of Gravitation Transformation
    • 8. Interactions of Two Planetary Bodies—Equilibrium Phenomena
    • 9. Axial Energy—Secondary Processes
    • 10. Mechanism of Energy Return
    • 11. Review of Cosmical System—General Function of Energy
    • 12. Natural Conditions
  • PART II
    • 13. Illustrative Secondary Processes
    • 14. Incepting Energy Influences
    • 15. Cohesion as an Incepting Influence
    • 16. Terrestrial Gravitation as an Incepting Influence
    • 17. The Gravitation Field
    • 18. The Thermal Field
    • 19. The Luminous Field
    • 20. Transformations—Upward Movement of a Mass against Gravity
    • 21. The Simple Pendulum
    • 22. Statical Energy Conditions
    • 23. Transformations of the Moving Pendulum— a. Energy of Motion to Energy of Position and Vice Versa
    • 24. Transformations of the Moving Pendulum— b. Frictional Transformation at the Bearing Surfaces
    • 25. Stability of Energy Systems
    • 26. The Pendulum as a Conservative System
    • 27. Some Phenomena of Transmission Processes—Transmission of Heat Energy by Solid Material
    • 28. Some Phenomena of Transmission Processes—Transmission by Flexible Band or Cord
    • 29. Some Phenomena of Transmission Processes—Transmission of Energy to Air Masses
    • 30. Energy Machines and Energy Transmission
    • 31. Identification of Forms of Energy
    • 32. Complete Secondary Cyclical Operation
  • PART III
    • 33. Gaseous Expansion
    • 34. Gravitational Equilibrium of Gases
    • 35. Total Energy of Gaseous Substances
    • 36. Comparative Altitudes of Planetary Atmospheres
    • 37. Reactions of Composite Atmosphere
    • 38. Description of Terrestrial Case
    • 39. Relative Physical Conditions of Atmospheric Constituents
    • 40. Transmission of Energy from Aqueous Vapour to Air Masses
    • 41. Terrestrial Energy Return
    • 42. Experimental Analogy and Demonstration of the General Mechanism of Energy Transformation and Return in the Atmospheric Cycle
    • 43. Application of Pendulum Principles
    • 44. Extension of Pendulum Principles to Terrestrial Phenomena
    • 45. Concluding Review of Terrestrial Conditions—Effects of Influx of Energy
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