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cylindrical coordinates

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(Mathematics) three coordinates defining the location of a point in three-dimensional space in terms of its polar coordinates (r, θ) in one plane, usually the (x, y) plane, and its perpendicular distance, z, measured from this plane
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The computational model in the cylindrical coordinate system is shown in Fig.
Concerning the centro-symmetric character of the disc rotor, using cylindrical coordinate system will be more convenient to describe the modal shapes.
Therefore, the nonzero stress components referred to the cylindrical coordinate system are [[sigma].
z] is axial principal stretch; r , [theta], z are cylindrical coordinate system at current configuration; R , [THETA], Z are cylindrical coordinate system at initial configuration.
where, [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] are the unit vectors of the cylindrical coordinate system attached to the particle, which is non-inertial.
In the cylindrical coordinate system (r, [phi], z) the z-components of the electric and magnetic fields of the incident plane wave can be written as [39]
The particle displacement of the Rayleigh wave generated by a point load in a cylindrical coordinate system can be calculated by applying the elastodynamic reciprocity theorem [6],
If the motion is analyzed in the cylindrical coordinate system (r[theta]z), where r is the distance of the point from the package axis, [theta] is the polar angle, and z the "height", then the infinitesimal change of the polar angle is d[theta] = [omega]dt.
We introduce a cylindrical coordinate system that rotates around the z axis with an angular velocity [omega].
3 is an orthogonal cylindrical coordinate system (r,0,z), in which the origin is set at the center of the rotating ring, which is rotating at a constant angular velocity, and the fluid between both rings flows outward.
10] mode in a radial waveguide at the interface of the radial waveguide and the rectangular waveguides are expressed in a cylindrical coordinate system as[7] (3a) [E.