Yıl: 2021 Cilt: 4 Sayı: 1 Sayfa Aralığı: 7 - 18 Metin Dili: İngilizce DOI: 10.33187/jmsm.869698 İndeks Tarihi: 29-07-2022

A New Moving Frame for Trajectories with Non-Vanishing Angular Momentum

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The theory of curves has a very long history. Moving frames defined on curves are important parts of this theory. They have never lost their importance. A point particle of constant mass moving along a trajectory in space may be seen as a point of the trajectory. Therefore, there is a very close relationship between the differential geometry of the trajectory and the kinematics of the particle moving on it. One of the most important elements of the particle kinematics is the jerk vector of the moving particle. Recently, a new resolution of the jerk vector, along the tangential direction and two special radial directions, has been presented by "Ozen et al. (JTAM 57(2)(2019)). By means of these two special radial directions, we introduce a new moving frame for the trajectory of a moving particle with non vanishing angular momentum in this study. Then, according to this frame, some characterizations for the trajectory to be a rectifying curve, an osculating curve, a normal curve, a planar curve and a general helix are given. Also, slant helical trajectories are defined with respect to this frame. Afterwards, the necessary and sufficient conditions for the trajectory to be a slant helical trajectory (according to this frame) are obtained and some special cases of these trajectories are investigated. Moreover, we provide an illustrative numerical example to explain how this frame is constructed. This frame is a new contribution to the field and it may be useful in some specific applications of differential geometry, kinematics and robotics in the future.
Anahtar Kelime: Slant helices Angular momentum Kinematics of a particle Moving frame Plane and space curves

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MLA Özen Kahraman Esen,Tosun Murat A New Moving Frame for Trajectories with Non-Vanishing Angular Momentum. Journal of mathematical sciences and modelling (Online), vol.4, no.1, 2021, ss.7 - 18. 10.33187/jmsm.869698
AMA Özen K,Tosun M A New Moving Frame for Trajectories with Non-Vanishing Angular Momentum. Journal of mathematical sciences and modelling (Online). 2021; 4(1): 7 - 18. 10.33187/jmsm.869698
Vancouver Özen K,Tosun M A New Moving Frame for Trajectories with Non-Vanishing Angular Momentum. Journal of mathematical sciences and modelling (Online). 2021; 4(1): 7 - 18. 10.33187/jmsm.869698
IEEE Özen K,Tosun M "A New Moving Frame for Trajectories with Non-Vanishing Angular Momentum." Journal of mathematical sciences and modelling (Online), 4, ss.7 - 18, 2021. 10.33187/jmsm.869698
ISNAD Özen, Kahraman Esen - Tosun, Murat. "A New Moving Frame for Trajectories with Non-Vanishing Angular Momentum". Journal of mathematical sciences and modelling (Online) 4/1 (2021), 7-18. https://doi.org/10.33187/jmsm.869698