1945
DOI: 10.1115/1.4009430
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Abstract: A-2fi JOURNAL OF APPLIED MECHANICS MARCH, 1945 performs differently in the horizontal than in the vertical direction, in spite of the fact that he neglected gravity is: "What a clever disk!" Closer examination, however, shows that the disk has no choice in the matter, since Mr. Hiersch treats a case without clamping, in which there is a certain amount of vibration (represented by the constants Mi and Mi) at the natural frequency of the system going on ad infinitum. His example is chosen in such a way that t… Show more

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