On Application of Power Series Solution of Bessel Problems to the Problems of Struts of Variable Moments of Inertia On Application of Power Series Solution of Bessel Problems to the Problems of Struts of Variable Moments of Inertia
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One of the most powerful techniques available for studying functions defined by differential equations is to produce power series expansions of their solutions when such expansions exist. This is the technique I now investigated, in particular, its feasibility in the solution of an engineering problem known as the problem of strut of variable moment of inertia. In this work, I explored the basic theory of the Besselâ€™s function and its power series solution. Then, a model of the problem of strut of variable moment of inertia was developed into a differential equation of the Besselâ€™s form, and finally, the Besselâ€™s equation so formed was solved and result obtained.
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