Centrobaric
Definition of Centrobaric
Cen`tro`bar´ic
a.
1.
Relating
to the
center
of
gravity
, or to the
process
of
finding
it.
Centrobaric method
(Math.)
a
process
invented
for the
purpose
of
measuring
the
area
or the
volume
generated
by the
rotation
of a
line
or
surface
about a
fixed
axis
,
depending
upon
the
principle
that every
figure
formed
by the
revolution
of a
line
or
surface
about such an
axis
has for
measure
the
product
of the
line
or
surface
by the
length
of the
path
of its
center
of
gravity
; 
sometimes
called
theorem
of
Pappus
, also,
incorrectly
,
Guldinus
's
properties
. See
Barycentric
calculus
, under
Calculus
.
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