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H THREEDIMENSIONAL DYNAMICS
APPLICATIONS OF MOVING AXES
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arbitrary constants axes are fixed axes fixed axes Oxyz axes through G base point bead binormal bullet centroid G component angular velocities component velocities concentrated at G const constant angular velocity coordinates denote differential distance elliptic functions energy equation equal equations of motion Euler's Euler's equations fixed axes fixed in space fixed origin fixed point forces acting formulae G were fixed Hence horizontal hypothetical particle inertia instant instantaneous axis instantaneous centre integral kinetic energy linear momentum locus of Q mass M concentrated motion relative moving axes parallel to Ox particle of mass point of contact polhode cone position vector precession principal normal products of inertia radius rate of change referred to fixed relative to G right angles rigid body rotating with angular set of axes sin2a solution sphere take moments tangent throughout the motion true components unit vector vanishes wire wv w2