Holzer's method

Holzer's method

[′hōt·sərz ‚meth·əd]
(mechanics)
A method of determining the shapes and frequencies of the torsional modes of vibration of a system, in which one imagines the system to consist of a number of flywheels on a massless flexible shaft and, starting with a trial frequency and motion for one flywheel, determines the torques and motions of successive flywheels.
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Large- and small-scale farmers, home gardeners, and even those who only have room to grow in a few pots on a city balcony will find Holzer's methods applicable and effective, his reasoning and knowledge impeccable, and his spirit pure and honest.