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TRILOBIC VIBRANT SYSTEMS

Florentin Smarandache, Mircea Eugen elariu

1. INTRODUCTION
The trilobes are ex-centric circular supermathematics functions (EC-SMF) of angular ex
centricity = , with notations and , for the trilobic ex-centric cosine and, respectively, the
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trilobic ex-centric sine, with equations:
(1)

= [, (, 2 )] = cos{ [. sin ( 2 )]} = [ + [. ]]

= [, (, 2 )] = sin{ [. sin ( 2 )]} = [ + [. ]]


where S is a point, called ex-center, from the unity-circle plan of CU[O(0, 0), R = 1], of polar coordinates
S(s,), where s [-1,+1] is the numerical linear ex-centricity, and e = Rs is the real linear ex-centricity,
for any circle of radius R, and is the angular ex-centricity.
The graphics of trilobic ex-centric supermathematics functions (TE-SMF) are shown in Figure 1.
Plot[Evaluate[Table[{Cos[ + ArcSin[Cos[]]]},
{, 1,0}], {, 0,2Pi}]]

Plot[Evaluate[Table[{Cos[ + ArcSin[Cos[]]]},
{, 0, +1}], {, 0,2Pi}]]

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ParametricPlot3D[{, Cos[ + ArcSin[0.1Cos[]]],0.1},


{, 10,10}, {, 0,2Pi}]

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Fig. 1, a The graphics of trilobic functions C of ex-centric variable cet


Plot[Evaluate[Table[{Sin[ + ArcSin[Cos[]]]},
{, 1,0}], {, 0,2Pi}]]

Plot[Evaluate[Table[{Sin[ + ArcSin[Cos[]]]},
{, 0,1}], {, 0,2Pi}]]

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{, 1,1}], {, 0,2Pi}]]

ParametricPlot3D[Evaluate [Table [{, Sin [


+ ArcSin[Cos[]]] , } , {, 1,1}] , {, 0,2Pi}]]

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Fig. 1, b The graphics of trilobic functions S of ex-centric variable set


ParametricPlot[Evaluate[Table[{Cos[ ArcSin[0.1Sin[]]],
Sin[ + ArcSin[0.1Cos[]]]}, {, 10,0}]], {, 0,2Pi}]]

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Sin[ ArcSin[0.1Sin[]]]}, {, 10,0}]], {, 0,2Pi}]]

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=
=
de S(sinus) sau de y
de C(cosinus) sau de x
{
{
=
=
Fig. 2, a The graphics of trilobes S (TS) and of trilobes C (TC) of ex-centric variable in 2D
The trilobic ex-centric supermathematics functions are abbreviated as (TE-SMF).
It follows that, for a numerical linear ex-centricity s = 0, TE-SMF degenerates into central circular
functions (CC-SMF) or circular functions / ordinary Euler trigonometric functions cos and sin (s = 0
), and for an angular ex-centricity = 0 and s 0, it degenerates in EC-SMF cex and, respectively,
sex.
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Fig. 2, b The graphics of trilobes S and of trilobes C of ex-centric variable in 3D

Fig. 2, c Trilobic disks S and C of s = 0,6


The term of TE-SMF derives from the fact that, for s (0, 1), the parametric equations, consisting
of a combination of EC-SMF and TE-SMF, express closed plane curves of 3 lobes, which, for s = 0,
degenerates in a perfect circle and for s = 1 in a rectangular isosceles triangle (TS) or in an ex-centric
rectangular isosceles triangle (TC) , a figure in the shape of inclined Y, visible in the graphs of Figures
2, a .

2. DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION OF TRILOBIC VIBRANT SYSTEMS


Let us have the functions x(t), y(t) : [-1,+1] and = .t
() = [, (, )]
(1)
{
() = [, (, )]
of the same ex-center (, ), where s is the polar radius and the polar angle, in a unity-circle of radius R
= 1 CU(O,1).
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= = , are:

() = [, (, )] =
[, (, )] = . [, (, )] = . .

() = [, (, )] = [, (, )] = . [, (, )] = + . .

Their derivatives, for = .t and

(2)

where . = and, explicitly:


.sin
() = . (1
) sin[ + arcsin(. ] = .
12 cos2
(3)
{
.sin
() = . (1 +
) cos[ + (. )] = .
12 . 2
from where we get the expression TE-SMF trilobic ex-centric derivative of ex-centric variable :
.sin
d()

(4)
= 1
=
=
, with graphics in Figure 3.
2
2
d

1 cos

Plot[Evaluate[Table[{(1

. sin[]

1 2 cos[]2
{, 1, 0}], {, 0,2Pi}]]

)},

Plot[Evaluate[Table[{(1

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Plot[Evaluate[Table[{(1

. sin[]

1 2 cos[]2
{, 1, +1}], {, 0,2Pi}]] det

. sin[]

1 2 cos[]2
{, 1, 0}], {, 0,2Pi}]]

)},

ParametricPlot3D[{, 1

)},

0.1Sin[]

1 0.01 2 Cos[]2
{, 10,10}, {, 0,2Pi}] det

, 0.1},

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Fig. 3 The graphics TE-SMF det and the values of wronskian matrix .
of = 1 for trilobic vibrations
dex = 1

det = 1

Fig. 4 Explanatory sketches of EC-SMF dex and TE-SMF det


The function trilobic ex-centric amplitude aet = () is represented by the angle () or by the

centric variable , to the center O(0, 0), as a function of angle to the ex-center S(s, 2 ) or of ex-centric
variable (Fig. 4 ), and . = (t), so that the second derivative of TE-SMF (3) is:

(5)

= (. ) = . .
{

= (. ) = . .

where we denoted by = the angular acceleration of a moving point on the circle of parametric equations
expressed by the relations (1), with variable angular speed (4), as it can be observed in Figure 5, following
the angular distribution of colors.
The wronskian matrix of trilobic system of vibrations is:
() ()
[, (, )] [, (, )]
(6)
|
|= |
| = . [ . + ] = .
() ()
. . + . .
because + = , as well as their counterparts + = , as well as their ancestor
/ precursor archaics cos2 + sin2 = 1.
The graphics of wronskian matrix, for = 1, are shown in Figure 3, from where it can be inferred
that the values are strictly positive for || < 1 and, by consequence, there is a linear differential equation,
of a dynamic technical system, of nonlinear elastic property, admitting these functions as fundamental
system of solutions.
The fundamental system of solutions is:
(7)
Z = C1 cett + C2sett ,
where C1, C2 are constant and (7) is the general solution of the following differential equation.
The equations is:

(8)
| | = 0

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ParametricPlot[Evaluate[Table[{Cos[
+ ArcSin[Cos[]]],
Sin[ + ArcSin[Cos[]]]}, {, 1, 0}]]

PolarPlot[ + = ] ,s [-1 ,0]


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ArcSin[Cos[]]], . Sin[ +
ArcSin[Sin[]]]}, {, 0,1}], {, 0,2Pi}]]

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Fig. 5 The trajectory of a trilobic moving point, on the circles of equations (1), of variable radius
R = 0,1s, with s [0, 1] and the speeds in polar coordinates for R = 1 and s [-1,+1]

(9)

(8)

(8)

| |

| + |

|=0

|=0
.
.

. . . .

| |
|+

. .
. . . .

.
.
|
|=0
. . . .
(10)

. ( + ) . [. . + . + . . ] +
z[. . + . 2 + . . + . ] = 0

(10) . . + z. = 0
or

(10) + z. = 0
which is the differential equation of open, unamortized vibrations, of trilobic mechanical systems, identical
equation, in form, with the equation of open, unamortized vibrations of ex-centric systems, and with the
equation of quadrilobic ones.

3. INTEGRAL CURVES IN THE PHASE PLANE


The integral curves are the plane curves described by the speed points rotating on the unity-circle
of R = 1, or on another circle of radius equally to the maximum amplitude of oscillation R = A, according
to their projection position on the axis Ox, i.e. V(x) and are sunt shown in Figure 6.
Their parametric equations are:
for trilobes C
=
(11)
{
= . .
for trilobes S
=
(12)
{
= . .
with graphics in Figure 6, a and, respectively, 6, b.
ParametricPlot[Evaluate[Table[{cos[ + arcsin[cos[]]], sin [ + arcsin[cos[]]] (1 sin[]Sqrt[1 (cos[])2 ])},
{, 1, 1}], {, 0, 2Pi}

V(xC)
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Fig. 6, a Integral curves of open, unamortized vibrations of


trilobic mechanical systems C in the phase plane

In the case of open, unamortized vibrations, there are only two forces in the system:
the force exerted by the elastic element of the system, proportional to the movement x, namely
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.
Fel = k.x = {
,
.
where k is an elastic constant of the element and the acceleration force, proportional to the mass m of the
oscillating system and to the mass acceleration of the system, i.e.
(13)

ParametricPlot[Evaluate[Table[{sin[ + arcsin[cos[]]], cos[ + rcsin[Cos[]]](1 sin[]Sqrt[1 (cos[])2 ])}


, {, 1,1}], {, 0,2Pi} V(xS)

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Fig. 6, b Integral curves of trilobic mechanical systems of open, unamortized vibrations S


in the phase plane

(14)

(. . )
Facc = m. = {
(+. . )

4. STATIC ELASTIC PROPERTIES (SEP)


OF TRILOBIC OSCILLATING SYSTEMS
Since there are only two forces in the considered system, under condition of dynamic equilibrium,
they must be equal and of contrary signs / directions, meaning that
(15)
Fel + Facc = 0, Fel = Facc
and, as a result, the static elastic properties (SEP) of trilobic systems are expressed by the parametric
equations:
=
(16)
{
= = (. . )
and, explicitly, for trilobic systems C:
(16)

= (cos[ + arcsin[Cos[]]] (1

= cos[ + arcsin(. ]
2
cos[]
.sin[]
cos[]sin[]2
) (
+ (112
)sin[ + arcsin[. os[]]])
2 )32
2
2
2
2

1 cos[]

1 cos[]

cos[]

with graphics in Figure 7 , while for trilobic systems S, the parametric equations are:
=
(17)
{
= = (. . )
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and, explicitly:
= sin[ + arcsin(. ]

(17)

{
= (cos[ + arcsin[. cos[]]](

cos[]

12 cos[]2

cos[]sin[]
3

(1

cos[]

2 32

) (1

.sin[]

12 cos[]

)
2

sin[ + arcsin[. cos[]]])

with graphics in Figure 7.


. sin[]

ParametricPlot[Evaluate[Table[{cos[ + arcsin[cos[]]], (cos[ + arcsin[Cos[]]] (1

1 2 cos[]2
cos[]sin[]2
(
+
)sin[ + arcsin[. os[]]])}, {, 1, 0}], {, 0,2Pi}
2
2 32
1 2 cos[]2 (1 1 cos[] )
cos[]

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(1

1.0

. sin[]
1 2 cos[]2

cos[]
1

2 cos[]2

3 cos[]sin[]2
)
(1 2 cos[]2 )32

) sin[ + arcsin[. cos[]]])}, {, 0, 1}], {, 0,2Pi}

Fig.7 Static Elastic Properties (SEP) of trilobic mechanical systems of vibrations


C and S , open, unamortized
From graphics in Figure 7, it follows that SEP linear for s = 0, as it was expected, since we are in this case
in the centric field, of classical linear systems of vibrations, expressed by circular centric functions cos
and sin, but also for s = 1, which is a less expected result, even a surprise, which also appeared with the
other systems expressed by supermathematic functions mentioned above (quadrilobes, expressed by
quadrilobic functions coq and siq, but alo by SMF- ex-centric circular, by functions cex and sex).

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