Thomas R. Kane's Analytical Elements of Mechanics. Dynamics PDF

By Thomas R. Kane

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1c Δ and from Fig. 1) az arc ÄP' α/π arc ΑΡ' = £α/6 Hence Θ = irz/b and 0 0 _ 7Γ Thus p' = I k X n + k Differentiate again: p"-fkxi But (see Fig. xk) and (as k is perpendicular to n X k and both are unit vectors) Diff. of Vectors] SECS. ( 1 + g)" ! 1) are perpendicular to each other, as can be seen by evaluating τ-β. 3 The sense of a vector binormal 0, when ß is obtained by using the expression given in Sec. 1, depends on the choice of the scalar variable which governs the position of P on C.

_ 3ni + 6n2 =2 '* " (45) ' '* "" (45) Substitute from Eq. (B) and (C) into Eq. (A) : 3/2 ,n. 4 SEC. 1). Proof: Let nt, i =? 1, 2, 3, be unit vectors (not parallel to the same plane) fixed in i£, and Vi the n t measure number of v. 3, and letting v be a vector given by v = ni ft sec 1 z determine the derivative of v with respect to z in P, for z = 2 ft. Solution : R dv _ Hence Now P dz p dv\ dz\ 2 = R 2 dv dz\ G[V dz + W Xv - W | . _ 2 X v| 2 = 2 y\i=2 = —n~ ni = 180ni ft sec - 1 54 SECS. 3) ωζρ\ζ κ Thus p [Chapter 2 1 = — ( - 6 η !

N, the angular velocity Κηωκ of a rigid body R in reference frame Rn can be expressed as Proof: Let c be any vector fixed in R. Then Hence As this equation is satisfied for all c fixed in R, (A) With gives (B) With gives Substitute this into Eq.

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