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By N.S. Bakhvalov, G. Panasenko

ISBN-10: 0792300491

ISBN-13: 9780792300496

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The figure30 ) that the Euler angle ϕ denotes the angle from the line of nodes to the pos. X-axis, ψ ” ” ” ” ” ” ” ” ” x-axis, ϑ ” ” ” ” ” pos. Z-axis ” ” ” z-axis. We will assemble the coefficients of our rotation transformation from these angles ϕ, ψ, ϑ. For this purpose, we first present the expressions for operations I, II, and III individually. Operation I leaves the z-axis unchanged, and rotates the xy-plane into itself. We thus have, in the first place, the equation z1 = z. On the other hand, x1 and y1 are related to x and y by the transformation equations of a rotation in the plane.

Kinematics of the top respect to the moving frame. The point may be given in terms of its coordinates xyz with respect to the fixed coordinate frame. These coordinates are, at the same time, the coordinates of the point with respect to the moving frame in the initial position. Our formulas determine, in this interpretation, the coordinates XY Z of the same space point with respect to the final position of the moving frame. 2. We consider a point fixed in the top and moving in space, and ask for its coordinates with respect to the frame fixed in space.

2 2 Thus we write, adjoining the analogous equations for γ and δ, ⎧ dα ir ip + q dβ ip − q ir ⎪ = α+ β, = α − β, ⎨ dt 2 2 dt 2 2 (4) ⎪ dδ ip − q ir ⎩ dγ = ir γ + ip + q δ, = γ − δ. dt 2 2 dt 2 2 The preceding equations give the changes in the parameters α, β, γ, δ due to the application of an infinitesimal rotation with components p, q, r. If we imagine the components p, q, r to be given somehow as functions of time, then we can determine from them the successive changes in α, β, γ, δ, and thus the successive changes in position of the top in space, through the integration of this set of differential equations.

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