The curves plotted from the stroboscopic velocity equation, 1 v.= (A— n/m.B)D0, (1) and from the derived form, 2 f=mN— nB, (2) show that from a given frequency of the stroboscopic figures there is an unlimited number of illumination frequencies that will give the stationary stroboscopic condition, and conversely, for a given value of the illumination frequency there is an unlimited number of frequencies of the stroboscopic figures that will make v3 equal to zero.
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Dodd, L. E.
"Superposed Stroboscopic Velocities,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 26(1), 513-515.
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