The problem thus solved is the finding of the periodic disturbance in the motion of rotating liquid in a space between two boundaries which are concentric circular cylindric when undisturbed, produced by infinitely small simple harmonic normal motion... Philosophical Magazine - Page 1591880Full view - About this book
| Royal Society of Edinburgh - Science - 1880
...when r = a> and, when (16) is used for w in (13), give two simple equations to determine C and £. **The problem thus solved is the finding of the periodic...simple harmonic law in respect to the co-ordinates** .., 6, The most interesting Sub-case is had by supposing the inner boundary evanescent (a = 0), and... | |
| Royal Society of Edinburgh - Science - 1880
...t when r = a, and, when (16) is used for w in (13), give two simple equations to determine C and C. **The problem thus solved is the finding of the periodic...simple harmonic law in respect to the co-ordinates z,** 0. The most interesting Sub-case is had by supposing the inner boundary evanescent (a = 0), and the... | |
| Royal Society of Edinburgh - Science - 1880
...t when r= a, and, when (16) is used for w in (13), give two simple equations to determine C and C. **The problem thus solved is the finding of the periodic...simple harmonic law in respect to the co-ordinates z,** 9. The most interesting Sub-case is had by supposing the inner boundary evanescent (a = 0), and the... | |
| Physics - 1880
...for w in (13), give two simple equations to determine C and C. Vibrations of a Columnar Vortex. 159 **The problem thus solved is the finding of the periodic...is had by supposing the inner boundary evanescent** (a = 0), and the liquid continuous and undisturbed throughout the space contained by the outer cylindric... | |
| Joseph Larmor - Electricity - 1929
...r=a, and, when (17) or (18) is used for w in (13), give two simple equations to determine C and CD. **The problem thus solved is the finding of the periodic...is had by supposing the inner boundary evanescent** (a = 0), and the liquid continuous throughout the space contained by the outer cylindric boundary of... | |
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