A catenary element for the analysis of cable structures by Peng Wei, Sun Bingnan, Tang Jinchun

By Peng Wei, Sun Bingnan, Tang Jinchun

In accordance with analytical equations, a catenary point is gifted for thefinite aspect research of cable constructions. in comparison with frequently used aspect (3-node point, 5-node element), a application with the proposed point is of lesscomputer time and higher accuracy.

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The absence of a soundtrack does not necessarily indicate absolute silence; if the films are projected (as 16mm prints often are) without a soundproof booth, the silence is colored by the presence of the sound of the projector Sound: A New Process, A New Ordering 31 mechanism. Erasing, overshadowing this noise was one purpose of the musical accompaniment of the early silent films, as has been widely noted by film historians: It [film music] began, not as a result of any artistic urge, but from the dire need of something which would drown the noise made by the projector.

The opposing tendency of minimalism is often explained as derivative of an interest in Eastern music, but the electronic manipulations can undercut the similarities. Terry Riley's music provides an excellent example of this tendency, as is evident in this description of his "Keyboard Studies," done as a solo performance with tape loops: A series of fifteen short curling modal "figures," each centered around three or four notes of the mode, are each repeated a limitless number of times— A solo performance may draw the figures through a very fine line of sound, where everything is "reduced" still further to an intensive exploration of the changes brought about by the repetition and combination of the pitches, as they successively rise in pitch to cover the interval of an octave—always in relation to the permanent melodic "fundamental" of the mode in bass.

The wholeness appears just long enough to cover with its sanctity the fragments that compose it. To cover with narrative, with unity, with complete, "full" representation, with the smooth flow of an image track, is an act which has been analyzed as a process of concealment fundamental to the functioning of classic film. 38 One is projected under normal viewing conditions and is "read" under the terms of its representation (spontaneously by viewer, structurally and semiotically by its analysts) and the "other film," which does not offer itself up to readability, to being deciphered.

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