Posted by ~christina~ on Friday, February 22, 2008 at 2:27am.
A 2.00kg object attatched to a spring moves without friction and is driven by an external force given by
The force constant of the spring is 20N/m. Determine
b) amplitude of motion
T= 2pi/ 2pi= 1s
/m)/ sqrt(omega^2- omegao
^2)^2 + (b*omega /m)^2
I think that..
/ m = 3.00N/2.00kg = 1.5 ???
My book states that a) is 1s but b) is 5.09cm which I can't seem to get.
Forced Oscillation - drwls => I need your help =) - ~christina~, Friday, February 22, 2008 at 2:46am
Um ...actually I figured that I got omega mixed up.
so basically I got the answer.
P.S. Thanks for helping me out with my other problems drwls
Forced Oscillation - drwls => I need your help =) - drwls, Friday, February 22, 2008 at 7:19am
Your equation for A in terms of F/m is not correct. The lead term should be F/k, followed by a dimensionless amplification factor that depends upon the forcing frequency, natural frequency and damping. Since you are far from resonance, the damping term can be neglected or set equal to zero.
The equations you need can be found at
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vibration#Forced_vibration_with_damping, and in most introductory physics or mechanics texts.
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