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The Phenomenon of Steady-State String Motion

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R. Miroshnik

The Israel Electric Corporation, Ltd. R&D Division, Amir Bldg. Haifa 31000, Israele-mail: mir@iec.co.il

J. Appl. Mech 68(4), 568-574 (Nov 18, 2000) (7 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1380677 History: Received May 23, 2000; Revised November 18, 2000
Copyright © 2001 by ASME
Topics: Motion , String , Steady state
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Schematic illustration of the phenomenon
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Three kinds of steady-state string motion
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The theoretical string modes for subcritical velocities
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The theoretical string tension for subcritical velocities
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The four possible solutions satisfying the given boundary conditions
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The theoretical string modes (α=45 deg) for small super critical velocities
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The theoretical string modes (α=45 deg) for large super and hyper critical velocities
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The theoretical string modes (μ=21 m/sec2) for different starting angles
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The schematic diagram of experimental apparatus
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The theoretical and experimental modes (μ=28.3 m/sec2) for different start angles
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The theoretical and experimental modes (α=45 deg) for different velocities
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The theoretical string tension for the modes of Fig. 9
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The theoretical string tension for the modes of Fig. 10
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The explanation of the phenomenon’s existence

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