MOTION OF A SPHERE IN A LIQUID CAUSED BY VIBRATIONS OF ANOTHER SPHERE

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Abstract

The motion of an absolutely rigid sphere in a nonuniformly vibrating, ideal, incompressible liquid is considered. The liquid vibrates under the action of an absolutely rigid sphere vibrating in a specified manner. Refined conditions are obtained under which the inclusion sphere recedes from the vibrating sphere, approaches it, and does not perform mean motion. It is found that under nonuniform vibrations of the liquid, the motion of the inclusion can depend on the geometrical parameters of the hydromechanical system.

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