As Dr Needham's immense undertaking gathers momentum it has been found necessary to subdivide volumes into parts, each bound and published separately. The first two parts of Volume IV deal respectively with the physical sciences and with the diverse applications of physics in the many branches of mechanical engineering. The third deals with civil and hydraulic engineering and with nautical technology.See Arches, pointed Gothic architecture, 61, 94, 102, 171 (g) Gotthard Pass, 23 Gouda, pound-lock at, 353 (d) Gourds, in boat ... 21, 32, 310, 410-11, 526 losses, 410, 478, 527 sea v. canal controversy, 478-9, 484, 526 Grain transport ships, 330, 409 ff., 415, 452 (b), 484, 491, ... See Sluice-gates Grubenmann brothers (fl.
|Title||:||Science and Civilisation in China|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 1970-06-01|