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  1. MD LAT 1492

    I Relative Motion & Local Frame’s Position - when projecting components

    Ok now I also think that is the answer. Thank you
  2. MD LAT 1492

    I Relative Motion & Local Frame’s Position - when projecting components

    Thank you for your answer and it has helped remind me. In my problem, I was describing the spherical motion of a body (a) relative to an inertial frame (o), where I had placed the spherical unit vectors and also that spherical coordinate frame's origin at the body - this is the part that...
  3. MD LAT 1492

    I Relative Motion & Local Frame’s Position - when projecting components

    Does the position of the origin for the body’s rotating coordinate frame 1) stay fixed to the moving body or 2) does it stay fixed to the inertial frame, yet still able to rotate as the body rotates with the only restriction that it cannot translate with the body i.e. only affixed at the...
  4. MD LAT 1492

    Why is Projected Area constant when varying AoA?

    For a streamlined and bluff bodies, why is it standard to have the projected area be a fixed reference area, but yet the angles of attack (AoA) vary? If one were to vary the AoA then the projected area would technically change. The following link discusses that it is a convention to avoid...
  5. MD LAT 1492

    P & S Waves to Strains-liquid solid interface

    Thanks I hadn't seen that article before, but I will read it! Looking to understand the qualities of the strain field near the solid-liquid interface given: 1) quiescent liquid sitting above the solid below 2) thermal conduction that begins through the fluid conducting to the interface with the...
  6. MD LAT 1492

    P & S Waves to Strains-liquid solid interface

    Welcoming any relevant literature!
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