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Literary usage of Isochronally
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Monthly Review by Charles William Wason (1838)
"... is an inverted pendulum which moves isochronally with that of the clock on which it is put, and shews when the clock is not firmly fixed. ..."
2. Personal Recollections of Werner Von Siemens by Werner von Siemens (1893)
"... on this principle. were distinguished from the then well-known Wheatstone telegraphs by being automatic machines. running isochronally with one another. ..."
3. A Manual of the Mechanics of Engineering and of the Construction of Machines by Julius Ludwig Weisbach (1870)
"... pendulums of the same lengths, when their amplitudes, although different, are small, oscillate isochronally or have the same duration of oscillation. ..."
4. Kin O' Ktaadn: Verse Stories of the Plain Folk who are Keeping Bright the by Holman Francis Day (1904)
"Like the heart-beat of the music, or like tone's slow pendulum, Dull, isochronally stolid, booms the thunder of the drum. Yet the quaver and the clangor and ..."
5. Mechanics of Engineering and of Machinery by Julius Ludwig Weisbach, Gustav Herrmann, Joseph Frederic Klein (1878)
"... r of the simple pendulum, which vibrates isochronally with the reversable pendulum, and the duration of the oscillation is given by the formula § 329. ..."
6. Monthly Nautical Magazine, and Quarterly Review (1855)
"... with a rotating wing valve, revolving isochronally •with the piston, substantially as set forth. Rotary Engines : Charles Rumley, of Rochester, ..."