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Calculation of the Effect of Machines
Coverpage of Gustave Coriolis' 1829 textbook Calculation of the Effect of Machines. 
To a good extent, Coriolis' 1829 textbook seems to be the main reference to German physicist Rudolf Clausius’ derivation of the energy U of a body or internal energy in the modern sense in the mathematical introduction to his 1875 textbook The Mechanical Theory of Heat, although, to note, he does not explicitly mention Coriolis.
References
1. (a) Coriolis, Gustave. (1829). Calculation of the Effect of Machines, or Considerations on the Use of Engines and their Evaluation (Du Calcul de l'effet des Machines, ou Considérations sur l'emploi des Moteurs et sur Leur Evaluation). Paris: CarilianGoeury, Libraire.
(b) Coriolis, Gustave. (1844). Treatise on the Mechanics of Solid Bodies and Calculation of the Effect on Machines (Traité de la Mécanique des Corps Solides et du Calcul de l'effet des Machines) (section: Principle of the Transmission of Work in the Movement of a Material Point, pgs. 3540). 2nd. Ed. Paris.
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