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Slow Variations in Continuum Mechanics 21 FIG. 6. (a) General case of slowly varying strip with curved centerline; (b) special case of constant width. its course. Instead, we employ as coordinates the curvilinear distance s along the centerline and the distance n normal to it (Fig. 6b). Then we describe the shape of the centerline implicitly by giving its curvature K (or radius of curvature 1 / ~ as ) a function of s. We choose to reckon the curvature positive if the center of curvature lies at negative n [which is the convention used in boundary-layer theory (Rosenhead, 1963, p.
Advances in Applied Mechanics, Vol. 25 by Eds. Theodore Y. Wu & John W. Hutchinson