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EQUATIONS OF HYPERBOLIC TYPE 3] 3 . The axis Ox is directed along the longitudinal axis of the cylinder, and the angle of deflection of a cross-section with abscissa χ is denoted by θ(χ, /), the ends of the cylinder being defined by the abscissae jc = 0 and χ = /. We obtain the following boundary-value problems for the function 0 ( x , / ) : (a) in the case of rigidly fixed ends = 0

6 53. An infinite string is excited by a locahzed initial having the form of a quadratic parabola (Fig. 7). F i n d : (a) describing the profile of the string for t > 0, and (b) representing the law of motion of an arbitrary point string for t > 0. deflection formulae, formulae, χ of the t See [7], pages 39-54 and 57-68. Use of solutions in the form (2) for steady-state problems, where / is a geometric coordinate, will be given in chap­ ter V. t Here and in later problems a means the wave velocity appearing in equa­ tion (1) Utt = a^Uxx.

7). F i n d : (a) describing the profile of the string for t > 0, and (b) representing the law of motion of an arbitrary point string for t > 0. deflection formulae, formulae, χ of the t See [7], pages 39-54 and 57-68. Use of solutions in the form (2) for steady-state problems, where / is a geometric coordinate, will be given in chap­ ter V. t Here and in later problems a means the wave velocity appearing in equa­ tion (1) Utt = a^Uxx. 56] EQUATIONS OF HYPERBOLIC TYPE 19 54. At time ί = 0 an infinite string is excited by an initial deflection, having the form described in Fig.

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