Fabri, Honoré, Tractatus physicus de motu locali, 1646

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LIBER SECVNDVS,
DE MOTV NATVRALI.
LIBER NONVS,
DE MOTV MIXTO EX RECTO, ET
Circulari, vel ex pluribus Circularibus.
MOTVS mixtus eſſe poteſt vel ex recto,
& circulari, vel ex duobus rectis, &
circulari, vel ex duobus circularibus, &
recto, vel ex pluribus circularibus, at­
que ita deinceps: de iis acturus ſum in
hoc libro, reiectis tamen lineis iſtorum motuum in
Tomum ſequentem.
DEFINITIO 1.
MOtus mixtus ex circulari & recto ille eſt, ad quem concurrit duplex
impetus, quorum vnus ſit determinatus ad motum rectum, & alius
ad circularem, vel vnus tantum impetus, ad cremam, & rectam lineam ſim
modo determinatus.
Hunc modum explicabimus infrà in Theorematis; interea definitio,
ſatis clara eſt mihi videtur: exemplum habes in rota, quæ in recto plano
voluitur.
Definitio 2.
Motus mixtus ex duobus circularibus eſt, ad quem concurvit impetus, vel
vnicus, vel duplex ad duas lineas circulares determinatus;
ſimiliter de­
finiri poteſt mixtus in duobus, & circulari; duobus circularibus & recto,
pluribus circularibus.
Sed quæſo, cum audis motum mixtum ex duobus, caue credas, duos
motus ineſſe eidem mobili; quod certè fieri non poteſt, ſed tantùm plu­
res impetus, vel vnicum ad diuerſas lineas determinatum.

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