| Alexander Winchell - Cosmogony - 1883 - 678 pages
...different equatorial diameters, are to each other inversely as the squares of their radii of gyration.! **The radius of gyration is the distance from the axis of rotation to the** centre of gyration, or point within the mass at which we can conceive an opposing force applied which... | |
| Alexander Winchell - Cosmogony - 1883 - 678 pages
...different equatorial diameters, are to each other inversely as the squares of their radii of gyration. f **The radius of gyration is the distance from the axis of rotation to the** centre of gyration, or point within the mass at which we can conceive an opposing force applied which... | |
| Édouard Hospitalier - Electric engineering - 1884 - 362 pages
...into the square of the distance of that point from the axis of rotation. Calling it I, 1 = 2 w».2. **The radius of gyration is the distance from the axis of rotation** at which the whole mass of the body, concentrated at a point, would have the same moment of inertia... | |
| International Correspondence Schools - Engineering - 1904 - 392 pages
...rotation. The center of gyration is not at the center of gravity, nor at the center of oscillation, but **at some point in a straight line between those centers....radius of gyration is the average of the squares of the** distances from the axis of rotation to each elementary particle of the body, or to each elementary... | |
| Ervin Sidney Ferry - Dynamics - 1906 - 202 pages
...the geometrical axis distant r3 from it, its moment o£ inertia is R'r = 1/2 M K2 + r22) + M r*. (83) **The radius of gyration is the distance from the axis of rotation to the** point at which, if all the mass of the body were concentrated, the moment of inertia of the body would... | |
| Benjamin Warner Snow - Physics - 1921 - 852 pages
...body, that is, .)/ ** = 2 mr", where the distance k is known as the radius of gyration. Accordingly, **the radius of gyration is the distance from the axis of rotation** such that, if the entire mass of the rotating body were concentrated in a point at this distance, the... | |
| Aeronautics - 1959 - 878 pages
...g is the acceleration of gravity, n is the number of revolutions of the rotating body per second, p **is the distance from the axis of rotation to the center of** gravity of the mirror element. In eq.(?8.l), G = wy where w is the size of the mirror element and \... | |
| Peter M. Moretti - Technology & Engineering - 1999 - 444 pages
...moment about the cg, to the second moment about any other pivot: ./pivot = Jc.g. + Md2 (3.8) where d **is the distance from the axis of rotation to the center of** gravity. If we know the second moment about any axis through the cg, we can find the second moment... | |
| S. Graham Kelly - Technology & Engineering - 2006 - 672 pages
...the constant of proportionality is K = (1.181) where m^ is the mass of the rotating component and e **is the distance from the axis of rotation to the center of** mass of the rotating component. The steady-state amplitude of the response due to a frequency-squared... | |
| Thomas T. Samaras - Biometry - 2007 - 398 pages
...height cubed (H3). However, rotational inertia (I) is proportional to H5 because I oc d2M, where d **is the distance from the axis of rotation to the center of** mass or gravity (d oc L or H and is also referred to as radius of rotation). Thus, I oc d2M oc L2L3... | |
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