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periodic motion

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Noun1.periodic motion - motion that recurs over and over and the period of time required for each recurrence remains the same
motion, movement - a natural event that involves a change in the position or location of something
harmonic motion - a periodic motion in which the displacement is either symmetrical about a point or is the sum of such motions
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For the periodic motion in the fluid, it is reasonable to suggest a solution of the form:
Figures 9(a)-9(d) show the periodic motion of cycle 1 ,2, 5, and 7 times the cycle of movement, while Figures 9(e) and 9(f) represent the quasi-periodic and chaotic motions.
j]), if it is a multiple periodic motion, and the mapping route of term [[mu].
Drawing on this vast culture of mathematical techniques and generalizing them further, Poincare introduced a new qualitative approach, which led him to extend periodicity from periodic motion to complicate recurrence up to chaotic trajectories.
His task was to obtain expressions for amplitude and frequency fluctuations of a self-oscillating system (by the example of valve oscillator) close to its periodic motion.
Using spectroscopy to analyze shifts in wavelength over time, astronomers can look for periodic motion suggestive of an unseen planet.
Yet More Everyday Science Mysteries again uses stories based on day-to-day experiences familiar to children and relates them to important concepts such as periodic motion, thermodynamics, temperature, friction, and astronomy.
There is only one point in Poincaree section and it can be deduced that the vibration is a periodic motion.
a) Phase space portrait is showing a closed curve (a loop) in the case of a periodic motion.
More recently, researchers have developed devices that can take advantage of irregular periodic motion to generate electricity.
As the viscoelastic fluid fills the tube, the glass sphere undergoes a periodic motion behind the advancing free surface (Fig.

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