Fabri, Honoré, Tractatus physicus de motu locali, 1646

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LIBER OCTAVVS,
DE MOTV FVNEPENDVLORVM.
NIHIL inuenio apud antiquos, quod ad
hoc genus motus pertineat;
ſunt tamen
plerique recentiores qui fusè de illo di­
ſputarunt, quorum haud dubiè princi­
pem locum obtinet Galileus, qui ſanè
mirabiles aliquas huius motus affectiones explicat
tùm in gemino Syſthemate; tùm in Dialogis, cui ac­
cedunt Balianus Mercennus, & nonnulli alij.
Ego verò in hoc libro omnium vibrationum cau­
ſas inquiram, quæ ſunt duplicis generis:
Primum eſt
earum, quibus vibrata hinc inde funependula agun­
tur, quæ titulum huic libro fecerunt; ſunt autem tres
funependulorum ſpecies.
Prima eſt eorum, quæ in al­
tera extremitate fune appenſa vibrantur in circulo
verticali.
Secunda eſt eorum, quæ ab altera etiam ex­
tremitate appenſa fune priùs obtorto in circulo ho­
rizontali ſuos agunt gyros.
Tertia eſt chordarum,
quarum vtraque extremitas clauo immobili affigi­
tur.
Secundum genus vibrationum eſt earum, quibus
aguntur grauia cum à ſuo centro grauitatis remouen­
tur, vt ſeſe reducant, quarum ſunt duæ ſpecies; prima
eſt earum, quibus vibratur in circulo verticali corpus
aliquod circa alteram extremitatem, vt campana.

Secunda eſt earum, quibus vibrantur grauia circa

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