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  • Fedotov, I; Fedotova, T; Shatalov, M; Tenkam, HM (2009-07)
    The modelling of vibration problems is of great importance in engineering. A popular method of analysing such problems is the variational method. The simplest vibration model is represented using the example of a long rod. ...
  • Shatalov, MY; Joubert, SV; Coetzee, CE (Elsevier, 2011-01)
    Standing waves can exist as stable vibrating patterns in perfect structures such as spherical bodies, and inertial rotation of the body causes precession (Bryan’seffect). However, an imperfection such as light mass anisotropy ...
  • De wet Strydom, JP (2000-08)
    The main objective of this thesis was the development and testing of a concept that can potentially be implemented on a rock drill to attenuate the operating frequency of a rock drill. The concept must be able to account ...
  • Heyes, AM (Pergamon-Elsevier Science Ltd, 2001-04)
    Examination of a failed roof tube from a bagasse boiler showed transverse through-cracks and extensive pitting. The pitting was typically oxygen induced pitting and numerous fatigue cracks had started within these pits. ...