By I.M. Rapoport
The motions of drinks in relocating bins represent a huge classification of difficulties of serious functional significance in lots of technical fields. The impact of the dynamics of the liquid at the motions of the box itself is a finest and intricate point of the overall topic, even if one considers in basic terms the rigid-body motions of the box or its elastic motions besides. it's so much becoming hence that this translation of Professor Rapoport's publication has been undertaken so in a timely fashion following its unique ebook, so one can make on hand this quite particular account of the mathematical foundations underlying the remedy of such prob lems. considering that so much of this great physique of research has been built over the last decade through scientists within the USSR, and has hence been largerly unavailable to these not able to learn Russian, this quantity will definitely be of serious price to many folks. H.
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25) From Eqs. ).... n+-. 26) Substituting Eq. 25) into Eqs. 15), which are valid for any function f satisfying the Laplace equation in the region VflI' we obtain, according to Eq. )] =(wox - gxf;x+ +(WOy - gy) ey+(w oz - gz) ;z=wo - g and Eqs. 16), we can transform Eqs. 28) Substituting the above equations into Eq. 24), and making use of Eqs. 29) 2 P iJ:;] mSS-iJ2
19) and we denote the roots of Eq. 20) Projecting the vectors Ql' Q;, Q; on the ~, 'Y), Caxes, we willhave. according to Eqs. 21) Substituting Eqs. 14) we will arrive at C)=lxcos(x, ~); l~'lcos(x, ~)+l'l'lcos(x, 'r\)+l'l~cos(x, q=l... 22) According to Eqs. 22). Eqs. 11) in the case under consideration can be written in the form 1 ...... =1... y=l... z = 1 ... [cos (x, ~)cos(z, ~)+cos(x, 'Y)cos(z, 1)+ +cos(x, C) cos (z, C)]; 1yz=ly[cos(y, ~)cos(z, ~)+cos(y, 'Y)cos(z, 'YJ)+ +cos(y, C)cos(z, C)] or 1 ......
Rxnds a" According to Eq. 6). , '11=1,2, ... 33) N. Using the above equation and Eq. 35) According to Eq. 34), Eqs. 19). 36) will always hold. Dynamics of Elastic Containers 50 The first of Eqs. 36) is identical with the first of Eqs. 24); in other words, it is identical with the force equation constructed in Chap. 1. Introducing, for the acceleration ;0 in Eqs. 19), any vectorial functions of time, we will always obtain functions i:(x, y, z, t)andp(x, y, z, t) satisfying the force equation constructed in Chap.