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January 4th, 2017, 08:05 AM   #1
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Fourier Series

Unsure if this is the correct thread but I need assistance completing this:

ð‘Ĩ(ð‘Ą) = 𝑟 (1 − cos(ð‘Ą − 𝜓))

where r = radius
𝜓 = phase shift
1 revolution = 6.28 sec
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You are trying to compute the Fourier series of this? What have you tried? I suggest trying to 1st compute something easier such as the Fourier series for $f(t) = \cos(t - \Psi)$ and $g(t) = r$ separately. If you can't get these you should explain where you are getting stuck.
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