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### Definition of Centroids

**1.** centroid [n] - See also: centroid

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### Literary usage of Centroids

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**1.** *Nature* by Norman Lockyer (1877)

"As the bodies to which they belong move the **centroids** roll upon each other, ...
The two **centroids** have always one point in common—their point of ..."**2.** *The Kinematics of Machinery: Outlines of a Theory of Machines* by Franz Reuleaux (1876)

"Profiles described by Secondary **centroids**. "We have already mentioned (§ 9) the
employment of secondary **centroids** instead of the original primaries, ..."**3.** *Differential and Integral Calculus* by Clyde Elton Love (1916)

"In the actual determination of **centroids**, the following considerations are ...
**centroids** of geometrical figures. It is clear that, for a homogeneous body of ..."**4.** *Differential and Integral Calculus* by Clyde Elton Love (1916)

"In the actual determination of **centroids**, the following considerations are often
useful (the first two apply only to homogeneous masses): (a) If the body ..."**5.** *A Manual of the Mechanics of Engineering and of the Construction of Machines* by Julius Ludwig Weisbach (1883)

"During ihe motion of the system these two curves or **centroids** are always in
contact, the point of tangency changing constantly, and this motion can be ..."**6.** *Graphical Analysis: A Text Book on Graphic Statics* by William Sidney Wolfe (1921)

"**centroids** of Volumes.—The centroid of some volumes can be located ... There are
others that have their **centroids** oh some axis at a certain proportional ..."**7.** *An Elementary Treatise on Theoretical Mechanics* by Alexander Ziwet (1893)

"3- EXAMPLES OF THE DETERMINATION OF **centroids**. 24. Two Particles. The centroid
G of two particles of masses mv my concentrated at two points Pv P2 lies on ..."**8.** *The Elements of Graphic Statics: A Text-book for Students of Engineering* by Leander Miller Hoskins (1899)

"**centroids** of Lines and of Areas. 182. General Method of Finding Centroid. ...
Take the **centroids** of the partial areas as the points of application of forces ..."