On the stability of nonconservative systems with small dissipation
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In the present work, we study the paradoxical influence of small dissipative and gyroscopic forces on the stability of linear nonconservative systems consisting of the nonpredictable (at first glance) behavior of a critical nonconservative loading. By studying bifurcations of multiple roots of the characteristic polynomial of the nonconservative system considered, the analytical description of this effect is obtained. The model of a disk brake describing the appearance of a creak in the braking of a car is considered as a mechanical example.
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