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Kinetics of Flexibly Fixed Operating Element of a Rotating Device

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The work covers the adequate kinetics of the flexibly fixed working element of a rotating device. First the literature background of the problem has been presented, turning the attention on such systems where the phenomenon of centrifugal displacement of a body due to the rotating of the system occurs. Then the general characteristics of the complex motion of working element has been described. The core of the work is the description of the variable component motions, with the starting point of the description being the source differential equation, presenting this type of dependence of the path length on time. The accelerated angular motion and retarded radial motion have been separated, describing these component motions as the function of time. Based on these detailed descriptions, the trajectory equation of working element, the derivatives and further kinetic magnitudes, have been derived. In the conclusion, the cognitive and practical qualities of the presented solutions of the title problem, have been accented.


International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy (Volume 8)
Z. Pluta and T. Hryniewicz, "Kinetics of Flexibly Fixed Operating Element of a Rotating Device", International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy, Vol. 8, pp. 67-84, 2013
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February 2013

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