A definition of static unbalance
The total unbalance is called static if it is equivalent to a single unbalance vector placed in a section which also contains the centre of mass of the rotor.
(The axis of inertia is parallel to the axis of rotation)
If the equivalent vector is not located in one section containing also the centre of mass we call it quasi-static unbalance.
In practice most people call static unbalance the total equivalent unbalance when it is placed in a single plane only.
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