Soviet Applied Mechanics

, Volume 13, Issue 8, pp 815–822 | Cite as

Stability of a double rotating system of solid bodies with a supported mass on an elastic suspension under resonance conditions

  • I. V. Zagorodnii


Resonance Condition Solid Body Elastic Suspension 
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