## Abstract

Deformations of a rotating beam (of a circular cross-section and the lenght L = 1) may be described (after an appropriate choice of a time scale) by the differential equation
$${{z}_{{tt}}} + {{z}_{{xxxx}}} + a(t,x){{z}_{{xxx}}} + b(t,x){{z}_{{xx}}} + c(t,x){{z}_{x}} + d(t,x)z + + e(t,x){{z}_{t}} = f(t,x,z,{{z}_{t}},{{z}_{x}},{{z}_{{xx}}},{{z}_{{xxx}}})$$
(1)
where z is a complex function of variables t and x defined for t ≥ 0 and x ∈ <0, 1> (see [2], [3]). The coefficients a, b, c, d, e as well as the nonlinear function f represent forces and moments acting on the beam. The function z is supposed to satisfy boundary conditions
$$z(t,0) = {{v}_{1}}{{z}_{{xx}}}(t,0) + {{v}_{2}}{{z}_{x}}(t,0) = 0,$$
(20)
$$z(t,1) = {{v}_{3}}{{z}_{{xx}}}(t,1) + {{v}_{4}}{{z}_{x}}(t,1) = 0$$
(21)
for t ≥ 0. We assume that | v1| + |v2| > 0, |v3| + |v4| > 0. The function f is assumed to be continuous and bounded together with its second derivatives with respect to x, z, z t , z x , z xx , z xxx on the set A = = <0,+ ∞) × <0,1> } <- R, R>5 (where R is a positive real number).

## Keywords

Real Axis Elastic System Zero Solution Fundamental System Satisfy Boundary Condition
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