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The object of this paper is to extend to tapered beams and conical shells (membranes) the conventional formulas of the beam theory. This extension is made for two conditions: the plane tapered beam and the thin conical shell. The method of solution and the results obtained in the two cases are...
By introducing an electrostatic problem analogous to the impedance function problem it is found possible to prove that, under simple and quite broad assumptions, the maximum possible gain‐band width products for two‐terminal coupling, four‐terminal low‐pass coupling and four‐terminal...
A theory of flow orientation was developed which is based on a relation giving the change in entropy accompanying molecular orientation under the influence of a stress field, and on the applicability of the Eyring theory of viscous flow. The proposed theory predicts the ratio of the viscosity at...
Boundary value problems in regions with rectangular symmetry can be treated by means of the finite Fourier Transform. Transforms of vector point functions and their divergence and curl are obtained. The transforms of Maxwell's equations take a particularly simple form; the resonator problem is...
The x‐ray diffraction tool in most common use is the powder camera, yet it is usually ill‐designed. This paper presents constructive criticisms of current powder camera design, and describes briefly a series of instruments having desirable features. Among the issues discussed are:...
The purpose of this paper is to present the development of a ``power function,'' P , such that Lagrangian generalized forces, F qr , which stem from a wide variety of forces (as, externally applied, conservative, dissipative forces proportional to the n th power of speed, etc.) can be obtained...
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