With Numerous Examples Edward John Routh ... Let OB = b, OC = c, then bG = K2 and cH=Ks, also F=R. We shall now use this triangle to find the equation to the imaginary conic by the formula given in Art. 64. ... The conic F* + G2 + H2 v2 f2 1 therefore reduces to jt-2 + , + TM = 0. ... projection is a possible astatic triangle with rectangular forces, provided the self-conjugate circle projects into the real comeanbsp;...
|Title||:||A Treatise on Analytical Statics|
|Author||:||Edward John Routh|