Euclidean space motions; trajectories
The author studies the Euclidean space motions with the property that the trajectory of every point is an affine image of a given space curve. Such motions split into plane motions and translations and their trajectories are cylindrical curves.
They are characterized as motions with the following property: Not all trajectories are plane curves and if any trajectory has a planar point, it lies in a plane. Motions with infinitely many straight trajectories form a special subclass of those motions.