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26. Let us consider the flow around two rhombs located next to each other in such a way that they touch each other at a corner and their orientation is the same. 55 times higher in comparison with its added mass in an infinite fluid . The added moments of inertia of a rectangle are computed in the work . Dependence of coefficient k66 = 8λ66 /ρπb4 on the ratio a/b of the sides of the rectangle under rotation of the rectangle around the central point are shown in Fig. 27. 055πρa 4 , where 2a is the distance between the parallel opposite edges of the hexagon.
9) in powers of ζ , we obtain (a + b)(1 + m) (a + b)(m − 1) ; k0 = i ; 4 2 2 2 2 2 (a + b) (m + 2m − 3) + 4(b − a ) 4a(m − 1) ; k2 = i k1 = i ; 4(a + b)(m + 1) (m + 1)2 2a(3m2 − 10m + 7) i k3 = −i ; c1 = − m2 − 1 (a + b)2 . 3 4 (1 + m) k=i Using the general Sedov formulas we obtain the following expressions for the added masses: λ11 = a ρπb2 (m + 1)2 1 + 4 b λ22 = πρa 2 ; λ16 = − 2 −4 a πρb3 1+ 8 b a a 2+ b b ; 3 m2 − 1 (m + 1); (a + b)2 (a + b)2 9m4 + 4m3 − 10m2 + 4m − 7 + 16(b − a)2 ; 27 λ12 = λ26 = 0.
26) are presented in the works [183, 206]. The graphs for coefficient k11 = λ11 /(ρπb2 ) as a function of d/b for the cases of a hexagon (for various angles β), a rectangular (curve I) and a rhomb (curve II) are shown in Fig. 26. Let us consider the flow around two rhombs located next to each other in such a way that they touch each other at a corner and their orientation is the same. 55 times higher in comparison with its added mass in an infinite fluid . The added moments of inertia of a rectangle are computed in the work .