L a 4a a which becomes great, but not infinite, when sin — = 0, or the point of application is a node. If the imposed force, or motion, be not expressed by a single harmonic term, it must first be resolved into such. The preceding solution may then... The Theory of Sound - Page 199by John William Strutt Baron Rayleigh - 1894 - 984 pagesFull view - About this book
| John William Strutt Baron Rayleigh - Sound - 1877 - 984 pages
...„ pb I sin *— + -.— , cos — L a 4a a which becomes great, but not infinite, when sin — = **0, or the point of application is a node. If the imposed...fictitious simplicity, depending on the fact that .F— the** friction function — is similar in form to T, which makes the normal co-ordinates independent of each... | |
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...sin8 «- + -. - , cos2 *— a 4a a J which becomes great, but not infinite, when sin — = 0, or the d **point of application is a node. If the imposed force,...fictitious simplicity, depending on the fact that F— the** friction function — is similar in form to T, which makes the normal co-ordinates independent of each... | |
| Sir James Hopwood Jeans - Gases, Kinetic theory of - 1904 - 352 pages
...collision with the slower red balls, and the red of course gaining energy through impact with the white. **After the motion has been in progress for a sufficient time the** white and red balls will be equally distributed over the whole of the table, and the average velocities... | |
| ...collision with the slower red balls, and the red of course gaining energy through impact with the white. **After the motion has been in progress for a sufficient time the** white and red balls will be equally distributed over the whole of the table, and the average velocities... | |
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