¹ *Source: wiktionary.com*

### Definition of Funiculars

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

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### Literary usage of Funiculars

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

**1.** *The Encyclopædia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and* by Hugh Chisholm (1910)

"When there is more than one span the **funiculars** in question may be drawn for each
of the spans, and, if the bending moments at the ends of the extreme ..."**2.** *Improving Transport Accessibility for All: Guide to Good Practice* by SourceOECD (Online service) (2006)

"4.7 Cable Cars and **funiculars** Especially in Alpine countries, cable cars and
**funiculars** play an important role in providing access for tourists and visitors ..."**3.** *A Treatise on Statics: Containing the Fundamental Principles of* by George Minchin Minchin (1880)

"Since the point / may be taken anywhere on P1 it is clear that for a given pole,
O, we may construct an infinite number of **funiculars** of the system, ..."**4.** *A Treatise on the Mathematical Theory of Elasticity* by Augustus Edward Hough Love (1893)

"This funicular being constrained to pass through A and B is completely determinate
when all the bending moments are given. If **funiculars** ..."**5.** *A Treatise on Analytical Statics: With Numerous Examples* by Edward John Routh (1896)

"We know that, if we draw two **funiculars** a^. ... Referring to Art. 343 (where
these **funiculars** are represented by 1...6 and 1'...6') we see that the five ..."**6.** *A Treatise on Statics with Applications to Physics* by George Minchin Minchin (1896)

"The corresponding sides of any two **funiculars** oj a given system of forces intersect
on a right line, which is parallel to that joining the poles of the two ..."**7.** *Synthetic Projective Geometry* by George Bruce Halsted (1906)

"The corresponding sides of any two **funiculars** of a given system of forces cross
on a straight parallel to the join of the poles of the ..."