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  • The brachistochrone Here are a couple of pics of a brachistochrone demonstrator and a portion of its fabrication As part of the Calculus Project at the SMM I am hunting for
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  • had already found it some sixty years earlier Thus when F=y+ y ^2 one can solve either the first order ODE y ^2 y=C or the second order ODE y =1 2 to find the same quadratic curve y x BRACHISTOCHRONE PROBLEM OF BERNOULLI This cycloidal trajectory gives the minimum time path of a bead sliding down a curved wire in the absence of friction First posed and solved by Johann
  • of the brachistochrone they differ slightly in shape from it click HERE and the transit time will always be longer along a catenary than along an equal length brachistochrone cycloid PROBLEM OF DIDO This is the problem of finding the largest area A which can be enclosed in a curve of fixed length L and falls under the catagory of extremizing an integral I subject to
  • Brachistochrone Part IV Brachistochrone Parabola Cardioid Cartesian Ovals
  • 計算機が出現する1950 60年代まで 具体的な応用例は見つかっていません ■変分法■ 有限要素法には ベースとなる数学がありました 17世紀ベルヌーイ Jean Bernoulli 1667 1748 click here によって始められた変分法がそれです 1697年 Jean Bernoulliは NewtonやLeibnitzへ BRACHISTOCHRONE問題
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  • Above At left John Thacker and Wilson Doucette with the brachistochrone Balls placed on each track simultaneously show that the shortest path length in space is not the shortest path
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  • and the bilinear formula The calculus of variations Geodesics the Euler Lagrange equation and the brachistochrone Variational treatment of Sturm Louiville problems Fermat s principle VOLTERRA EQUATION SOLUTION VIA NEUMANN SERIES We have shown by direct integration that a differential equation subjected to initial conditions can be re written as an integral equation of the
  • html For the case of motion in the central gravity field BPCGF the brachistochrone is calculated by the Euler method For this case the optimal solution Fig 6 and isochrones Fig 7 obtained on the multiprocessor system Ivanov 1995 are demonstrated Here the isochrone means a line consisting of points with the same optimal time In Fig 6 the center of
  • the Cycloid Grand in the late 1800s But seen from the upside you see that its form differs from a real cycloid
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  • sie jedoch auf einer nach unten gebogenen Kurve laufen beschleunigt sie natürlich erst einmal schneller und holt somit den Vorsprung der Strecke der Kugel auf der Geraden wieder heraus Brachistochrone Rutschbahn Dann gibt es noch die Geodäte auch Geodätische geodätische Linie oder geodätischer Weg genannt Sie ist die lokal kürzeste Verbindungskurve zweier Punkte

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  • Double Blade Flexure Animation of a Double Blade Flexure which is approximately straight line motion with no friction.
  • Sphere with Tunnel Brachistochrone The Wolfram Demonstrations Project contains thousands of free interactive visualizations, with new entries added daily. In theory, some transportation problems might be solved by digging a network of tunnels through the Earth connecting different cities (eg, New York and Tokyo). The idea is to use the Earth's gravity as the sole source of power to accelerate a train fr... Contributed by: John Snyder
  • The Tautochrone and Symmetry Course project: Juan Nunez, Rowel Ramirez, Brian Rojas Reflections in Space and Time California State Univ, Long Beach Spring 2010
  • Cycloid Curves The Wolfram Demonstrations Project contains thousands of free interactive visualizations, with new entries added daily. The curve traced out by a point on the rim of a circle rolling along a straight line is called a cycloid. Let the radius of the circle be a. Allowing the tracing point to be either within or without the circle at a distance b from the center generates "... Contributed by: Sean Madsen Additional contributions by: David von Seggern (U. Nevada, Reno)
  • Rotor Blade Profile idea (This video uses captions). Cycloid-like shapes are put together to create a shape that at a specific velocity and fixed pitch would minimize the time-path of air forced to travel over a moving object, possibly serving as a profile for a fixed pitch helicopter rotor blade.
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  • Brachistochrone, part 2 What's the fastest path between two points? A cycloid, the solution to the Brachistrochrone problem.
  • The Cycloid A more recent animation showing how a Cycloid is made. Way over done for what it was supposed to be but its pretty cool never the less
  • High Road Low Road Race Which car gets to the finish first?
  • Roller Coaster Project A roller coaster my group made for an APSC 100 project.
  • Roller Coaster Race Demonstration of the PASCO Roller Coaster system. Path of fastest descent.
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  • Brachistochrone - Slow Motion A slow motion demonstration of a Brachistochrone. A straight line may be the shortest distance between two points, but it is not the fastest path between two points!
  • Brachistochrone Problem The Wolfram Demonstrations Project contains thousands of free interactive visualizations, with new entries added daily. The brachistochrone problem asks for the shape of the curve down which a bead, starting from rest and accelerated by gravity, will slide (without friction) from one point to another in the least time. Contributed by: Okay Arik
  • Tautochrone Problem The Wolfram Demonstrations Project contains thousands of free interactive visualizations, with new entries added daily. Let a marble roll down a curved slope. In a tautochrone (curve of equal descent), the marble reaches the bottom in the same amount of time no matter where it starts. In a brachistochrone (curve of fastest descent), the marble reaches the bottom in the f... Contributed by: Ed Pegg Jr Based on a program by: Eric W. Weisstein
  • Brachistochrones The Wolfram Demonstrations Project contains thousands of free interactive visualizations, with new entries added daily. This shows the shape of the brachistochrone from the origin to a variable final point. The circles indicate the position of the sliding point at equally spaced times. Contributed by: Michael Trott
  • Brachistochrone An experiment from the Math-Exposition
  • Brachistochrone Race Which car gets to the finish line first? The Brachistochrone curve is the ideal path that gives the quickest descent. But in addition, the time from any starting point on the track to the bottom of the curve turns out to be the same value, independent of where the car is released. Thus not only do the two cars reach the bottom in the least amount of time possible, they both will always reach the bottom at the same time!
  • Catenary: The Hanging Chain The Wolfram Demonstrations Project contains thousands of free interactive visualizations, with new entries added daily. A catenary is formed by a hanging flexible chain, suspended from its ends and carrying only its own weight. Galileo Galilei (ca. 1600) believed that the chain would be a parabola. He wasn't right, yet he was close. Move the end points and change the len... Contributed by: Borut Levart
  • Brachistochrone What's the fastest path between two points? A cycloid, the solution to the Brachistrochrone problem.
  • Spheres on a Truncated Icosahedron The Wolfram Demonstrations Project contains thousands of free interactive visualizations, with new entries added daily. Spheres of variable size are placed on the faces of a truncated icosahedron. This arrangement can be used as a basis for showing the general appearance of certain icosahedral viruses. Contributed by: Sandor Kabai
  • cycloid video In this video a Calculus 3 makes an attempt at demonstrating the brachistochrone problem.
  • Brachistochrone at la Cite exhibit at La Cite, Paris. Misspelled title. oops!
  • Brachistochrone - Normal Speed Brachistochrone. Note that both troughs end beyond the lowest point on the curved cycloid. (This lowest point is shown by the resting white marble in the photo.) The marble on the straight path is always moving downward, but the marble on the cycloid path actually goes upward for the last part of its travel.