A method to determine the impulsive reaction exerted by an internal bilateral constraint acting on a system colliding with an external unilateral ideal constraint is presented. The method has its rationale on the superposition principle and is based on the results of Geometric Impulsive Mechanics for ideal systems. It can be applied to systems subject to both positional and kinetic permanent constraints colliding with both positional and kinetic instantaneous constraints. Applications of the method to physically meaningful examples are presented and discussed.

Determining the internal reactions due to permanent constraints acting on ideal impulsive systems / Pasquero, Stefano. - In: MECCANICA. - ISSN 0025-6455. - 47:(2012), pp. 235-244. [10.1007/s11012-011-9442-0]

Determining the internal reactions due to permanent constraints acting on ideal impulsive systems

PASQUERO, Stefano
2012

Abstract

A method to determine the impulsive reaction exerted by an internal bilateral constraint acting on a system colliding with an external unilateral ideal constraint is presented. The method has its rationale on the superposition principle and is based on the results of Geometric Impulsive Mechanics for ideal systems. It can be applied to systems subject to both positional and kinetic permanent constraints colliding with both positional and kinetic instantaneous constraints. Applications of the method to physically meaningful examples are presented and discussed.
Determining the internal reactions due to permanent constraints acting on ideal impulsive systems / Pasquero, Stefano. - In: MECCANICA. - ISSN 0025-6455. - 47:(2012), pp. 235-244. [10.1007/s11012-011-9442-0]
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