
Definition of Rotational
1. Adjective. Of or pertaining to rotation. "Rotational inertia"
Definition of Rotational
1. Adjective. Of, pertaining to or caused by rotation. ¹
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Definition of Rotational
1. [adj]
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Literary usage of Rotational
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Treatise on Electricity and Magnetism by James Clerk Maxwell (1904)
"This is the distinction between longitudinal and rotational properties. The direction
and magnitude of a quantity may depend upon some action or effect ..."
2. Dynamics of Rotation: An Elementary Introduction to Rigid Dynamics by Arthur Mason Worthington (1892)
"Compare the rotational inertia of this wheel with one whose rate of rotation is
redu^d from 100 to 70 turns per minute by a friction couple of 80 poundfoot ..."
3. Dynamics of Rotation: An Elementary Introduction to Rigid Dynamics by Arthur Mason Worthington (1902)
"Compare the rotational inertia of this wheel with one whose rate of rotation is
reduced from 100 to 70 turns per minute by a friction couple of 80 ..."
4. Vestiges of Premetric Weights and Measures Persisting in Metricsystem by Arthur Edwin Kennelly (1881)
"The laws of combination of directed quantities are the same whether they are
longitudinal or rotational, so that there is no difference in the mathematical ..."
5. Electromagnetic Theory by Oliver Heaviside (1893)
"But what is its interpretation in the rotational ether, and how is the latter to
... Now, since we use rotational elasticity to obtain the potential energy, ..."
6. Electrical Papers by Oliver Heaviside (1894)
"As it seems impossible to avoid the consideration of rotational stresses in ...
On Stresses, irrotational and rotational, and their Activities. ยง 10. ..."
7. Magnetic Fields of Force: An Exposition of the Phenomena of Magnetism by Hermann Ebert (1897)
"If at any point the two rotational vectors are coincident in direction, ...
Composition of rotational motions; the parallelogram of rotational vectors. ..."