By Michel Borel, Georges V?niz?los
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This quantity offers with the weather required for constructing the equations of movement whilst facing strong our bodies. bankruptcy 1 specializes in the platforms of reference used to find sturdy our bodies relative to the observer, and demonstrates easy methods to describe their place, orientation, and evolution in the course of their movement. bankruptcy 2 introduces descriptors of movement corresponding to speed and acceleration, and develops the idea that of torsor notation with regards to those descriptors. ultimately, bankruptcy three issues the notions of mass and inertia, in addition to the kinetic torsor and dynamic torsor which consolidate the kinematic and kinetic features in one concept.
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This is particularly the case of numerical calculation where, should such a situation occur, it may lead to distorted results. It may be required to choose another angular representation, provided that the three chosen angles are independent. 4. Changes of basis in the Euler representation The requirement to locate a solid before expressing its motion, and then to study it, leads to choosing systems of reference that are best suited for conducting each of these stages. It is, therefore, important to be able to make the changes of basis that help getting to the essential stage, which is the application of the fundamental law of dynamics in the adequate Galilean or pseudo-Galilean system of reference.
3. 22. 22. Spin hence the table of the change of basis and the associated matrix are xS yS zS cos ϕ − sin ϕ 0 sin ϕ cos ϕ 0 0 0 1 (2) (S ) n w zS cos ϕ M ( 2, S ) = sin ϕ 0 − sin ϕ cos ϕ 0 , 0 0 , 1 and the two matrix relations are n xS w = M ( 2, S ) yS zS zS x2 cos ϕ y = sin ϕ 2 z2 0 − sin ϕ cos ϕ 0 0 xS 0 × yS 1 zS xS = M ( 2, S ) y S zS , Location of Solid Bodies 35 and moreover M −1 ( 2, S ) = M ( S , 2 ) = M ( 2, S ) .
17. 17. General diagram of the passage from one basis to another 28 Movement Equations 1 By successive projections in the basis ( 1 ) , then ( 2 ) , then ( x ) , the formulation of the projection of this latter basis on the basis ( X ) is obtained. x j = sin Q4 sin Q5 X i +1 − cos Q4 sin Q5 X i + 2 + cos Q5 X i x j +1 = ( cos Q4 cos Q6 − sin Q4 cos Q5 sin Q6 ) X i +1 + ( sin Q4 cos Q6 + cos Q4 cos Q5 sin Q6 ) X i + 2 + sin Q5 sin Q6 X i . 3. Euler angles The question is now to apply the above described principle to define the location of a solid ( S ) to which the basis ( xS yS zS ) is associated, which has to be located relative to a reference basis ( xλ yλ zλ ) .
Movement equations. 1, Location, kinematics and kinetics by Michel Borel, Georges V?niz?los