My Question was like this and i have realised few things and still have some doubts
I have a book in which a paragraph goes like this
Now, $\dot\phi$, $\dot \theta$, $\dot\psi$ are respectively the angular speeds about the space z-axis, line of node and the body z-axis.
I don't know how Euler's angles of rotation are even connected with the angular velocity. Since it's my assumption that the the space set of axis remains unchanged, and the body set of axes rotate with the the axis of rotation. According to my assumption, the angular velocity vector components should remain constant w.r.t the space set of axes (not equal but unchanged) and the angular velocity vector is zero w.r.t the body set of axes because the body set of axes is rotating with the axis so the angular velocity is zero.
Even if the body set of axes were stationary and the rigid body is rotating, would that mean the the components would be connected to the Euler's angle of rotation anyway? I think that Euler's angle are just angles of rotation that transforms the space set of axes into body set of axes.
And I also don't understand what does this 'line of node mean'.
I have come to realize that in Euler's rotation, The space axis is rotated about space Z axis, new space X-axis and, body Z axis (which is aligned by the new space X axis rotation). Since there is rotation, there is angular speed, and the rotation are $ \phi , \theta ,and \psi $, then obviously the the angular speeds are $\dot\phi$, $\dot \theta$, $\dot\psi$ and the line of node is the new space X-axis from space Z-axis rotation. And there is no rigid body involved. But has this angular velocity got something to do with the rotation of rigid body? Like stability of spinning top?
I don't know but I hope i am right.