It is not similar to any of the existing transfer machines. Outside no wheels, caterpillars — not at all friction parts, gland seals. Only the bottom constituting an elastic pad, flexible: can be bent, forming a traveling wave. Wholehog designed and built by the Lipetsk engineer Yu. V. by Arpinum. Projection wanaheda given at different phases of movement. The kinematics of this machine are not very easy to understand. At first glance it seems that, even raised ka solid surface, it does not budge, no matter how much I ran her to the bottom of the wave. In fact it is not.
Consider the phase of one wave. When the apparent motion of every surface point of the bottom “inside” the waves are consistently in contact with corresponding points of the road. But the length of the part of the bottom, bent into the wave, the more distance between the neighboring peaks of pain, so the truck moves a distance equal to the difference between these lengths. And the motion will happen even without a sliding friction due to the unique rolling curved parts of the underbody to the road surface.
The direction of movement coincides with the direction of the apparent motion of the waves.
In order to calculate the speed of machine, this difference is multiplied by the frequency — number of oscillations that a wave makes in a unit of time.
Now imagine that the car hit the snow. The tops of the waves on the bottom will dig into the surface and sealed it. If the bottom begins to bend, creating a traveling wave, it will move towards its thumbprint in a Packed Nastia. Impact that contact with him are, for example, only the right sides of the waves, and the machine came up, lean on them. But the sides will slant, and the car will slide them down to match the waves of the bottom of her imprint in the snow. In this case, sleep will move fast, sliding the bottom through the snow, in the direction opposite to the apparent movement of the wave, and its speed will be equal to the wavelength (measured in a straight line], ka is multiplied by the frequency.