## Journal of the Franklin Institute, Volume 248Pergamon Press, 1949 |

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**curve**for each and , conversely if p ( 0 )**curve**is given , the r ( 0 )**curve**can be ob- tained by an inverse operation . We shall speak preferably of the energy**curve**p ( 0 ) inasmuch as in this manner it will be possible to derive cer ...Page 221

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**curves**becomes so sharp that the analyticity of the**curve**in this region is bad . For that reason the Taylor expansion in this region becomes rather complicated as compared to the remaining portions of the**curve**. It is likely that ...Page 479

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**curve**of x1 / X , which always occurs during the ground motion and which is X / X , for values of t , / T from 0 to 0.30 . The**curve**labeled 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 , 6 , is the**curve**of free vibration maxima , x2 / X , etc. , for to / T from 0 ...### Contents

EDITOR HENRY BUTLER ALLEN MET E D Sc Sc D | 104 |

History of Power Transmission | 192 |

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