Translation of mechanics in Spanish:


mecánica, n.

Pronunciation /məˈkænɪks//mɪˈkanɪks/


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    Physics Mechanics
    mecánica feminine
    • He applied mechanics to improve turbines and waterwheels more than doubling the efficiency of the waterwheel.
    • Heron, although very adept at both mathematics and applied mechanics, was probably not very original in either.
    • Bonnet also published on cartography, algebra, rational mechanics and mathematical physics.
    • The brothers were given the best education in Baghdad, studying geometry, mechanics, music, mathematics and astronomy.
    • This paper contained equations which Laplace stated were important in mechanics and physical astronomy.
    • There was no position for him at the university at this time so he was not able to teach his specialist research topics, but rather he had to teach mechanics, and statistics.
    • The historical development of mechanics reflected a similar learning process.
    • With this work Lagrange transformed mechanics into a branch of mathematical analysis.
    • The courses he offered were on mathematics and mechanics.
    • In his role as professor Olivier lectured on descriptive geometry and mechanics.
    • Cramer taught geometry and mechanics while Calandrini taught algebra and astronomy.
    • No further progress was made until the 16th Century when mechanics began to drive mathematicians to examine problems such as centres of gravity.
    • He wrote articles on the methodology of mathematics and on theoretical mechanics.
    • His texts include books on algebra, mechanics, geometry and analysis.
    • From 1899 until 1904 he was professor of mechanics and mathematical physics at Columbia.
    • He held this post until 1854 and he gave many public lectures on the applications of mathematics and mechanics to industry.
    • Understanding the atom required a new kind of mechanics that operated through a new set of rules.
    • He lectured on analysis, physics, mechanics, chemistry, and engineering topics.
    • Dynamics is defined as that branch of mechanics that deals with forces and their relation primarily to motion.
    • His official courses were on quantum mechanics, classical mechanics, and complex function theory.
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    • 2.1(method, practical details)

      the mechanics los aspectos prácticos

    • 2.2(mechanical parts)

      the mechanics el mecanismo
      • there's something wrong with the mechanics hay un problema mecánico