The inertia characteristics of flexible body rigid motion
are loaded onto the flexible body itself in the form of inertial forces.
The rigid body motion describes the motion of one end of a beam element, and the elastic motion is measured relative to the rigid motion
. The beam elements are represented by 6 degrees of freedom (DOF) for the rigid motion
and 9 DOF for the elastic motion (3 axial, 2 flap, 2 lag, and 2 torsion) that results in a 15 DOF for each beam finite element.
Ranola; 'Rigid Motion
: A Story About Ninette De Las Penas,' illustrations by Mike Aldaba; 'The Stuff of Life: A Story about Giselle Concepcion,' illustrations by Ma.
In this paper, the rigid motion
of the missile is obtained by the technique of automatic determination of the vibration characteristics.
Bulk movement was simulated as rigid motion
with six degrees of freedom, comprising three rotation angles and a 3D translation vector.
It is assumed that the pedestal does rigid motion
in XY plane.
Quandles and their kin--kei racks, biquandles, and biracks--are algebraic structures whose axioms encode the movement of knots in space, say Elhamdadi and Nelson, in the same way that groups encode symmetry and orthogonal transformations encode rigid motion
. They introduce quandle theory to readers who are comfortable with linear algebra and basic set theory but may have no previous exposure to abstract algebra, knot theory, or topology.
Thus the resulting tiling is also monocoronal with mirror-symmetric corona, hence it is a monocoronal tiling up to rigid motion
. We can force this tiling to be non-periodic by taking some non-periodic sequence of rotations of L' for odd layers.
From the obtained results, the six initial mode shapes are zero that could be result of rigid motion
and rotation around the three coordinate axes.
It is proposed a dynamical analysis of a mobile mechanic system by the overlap of the solid rigid motion
with the one of solid deformable.
A rigid motion
in a metric manifold is a motion that leaves the metric [dl'.sup.2] unchanged.