# Energy of Accelerations Used to Obtain the Motion Equations of a Three- Dimensional Finite Element

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## Abstract

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## 1. Introduction

## 2. Gibbs–Appell Formalism

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## 3. Basic Hypothesis

## 4. Motion Equations

## 5. Conclusions and Discussions

## Author Contributions

## Funding

## Conflicts of Interest

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**Figure 2.**(

**a**) Experimental test stand and (

**b**) sketch of the mechanism with the positioning of the markers (dimensions are in mm). 1—engine; 2—rotating disk; 3—invertor; 4—pumps; 5—valves; 6—rod; 7—pendulum rod; 8—weight.

Number of Finite Elements | Lagrange | Gibbs–Appell |
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5 | 288 | 120 |

10 | 528 | 220 |

15 | 768 | 320 |

20 | 1008 | 420 |

25 | 1248 | 520 |

30 | 1488 | 620 |

40 | 1968 | 820 |

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