On the problem of a free drag of a rigid body with a tapered front in a resisting medium

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The author constructs a nonlinear mathematical model of a plane-parallel impact of the medium on a rigid body with a front part of the outer surface shaped as a circular cone. Multivariable analysis of the dynamic equations of motion was performed. A new family of phase patterns on the phase cylinder of quasi-velocities has been obtained. This family consists of infinitely numerous topologically inequivalent phase patterns. The sufficient conditions for the stability of an important mode of motion, i.e., rectilinear translational drag, have been obtained, as well as conditions for the presence of the self-oscillatory modes in the system.

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rigid body resisting medium phase pattern 

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  1. 1.Institute of MechanicsMoscow State UniversityMoscowRussia

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