Suppose we have mass ##m## attached to spring with constant ##k##, and some coefficient of kinetic friction ##\mu## between the mass and the surface. Its displaced from equilibrium by some distance ##x## at ## t = 0 ##. I've come up with the following ODE to described ##x(t)## using the...
tried writing the x position as
x = Acos(wt) (ignoring the phase)
so that d2x / dt2 = -w2x
Substituting that into the individual motion equations would get the required result for the individual masses, but I am not sure how to combine the equations to get the reduced mass
I attempted using f = 1/(2pi x sqrt l/g)
For Earth I found the value of length to be 0.0276m.
Then I substituted the value in the equation, putting (1/3)g instead of g, to find the value of f in Mars. My answer is C. I am confused.
Please help me.
This is a problem very easy to deal with if we consider the effective spring constant, however, i want to avoid this solution, and see how to justify the period of this motion just by analyse the forces or the energy, what seems a little hard to me.
First of all we would need to find the force...
I have attempted to draw a sketch of this but can't see how the data they gave me help to find time period
This is what value I have ended up getting but I believe is wrong
Much appreciated for any help!
The spring constant of a helical spring is 28 N mñ1. A 0.40 kg mass is suspended from the
spring and set into simple harmonic motion of amplitude 60 mm.
i use the equation 1/2 change in extension times by force where the force i assume is mass times by 9.8
but the mark scheme uses 1/2 kx ^2 and...
Homework Statement
A block is suspended by an ideal spring of the force constant K. If the block is pulled down by applying a constant force F and if maximum displacement of the block from its initial position of rest is X then, find the value of X.
Homework Equations
mg + F = XK + K(mg/K)...
A mass attached to a spring is oscillating in Simple Harmonic Motion. If an other spring of same sprinc constant is attached parrallel to the other spring, what is the period of this new system (as a function of the initial period).
Here's what I did and have no idea if this is right:
For the...
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Take the x-axis to be pointing perpendicularly upwards.
Mass ##m_1## slides freely along the x-axis. Mass ##m_2## slides freely along the y-axis. The masses are connected by a spring, with spring constant ##k## and relaxed length ##l_0##. The whole system rotates with...
Why is the rate of change of potential energy always same the rate of change of kinetic energy in a mass spring system?
Additiinally, How do we determine the rate of change of potential energy in such case?
Why is the kinetic energy vs time curve of a mass spring system is just a modulus of respective velocity time curve.
How can we prove it mathematically ?
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[/B]A simple harmonic oscillator consists of a block of mass 2.00 kg attached to a spring of spring constant 100 N/m.When t =1.00 s, the position and velocity of the block are x =0.129 m and v =3.415 m/s. (a) What is the amplitude of the oscillations? What were the (b)...
1.
Homework Equations
// Tension of the spring
// Where sinL between `bottom right` of the spring and the bar
Ft = sinL * kx
// Where x0 is the initial length of the spring
Ft = sinL * k(x - x0)
// Force of gravity
Fg = -mg
// Find x0
// sqr = square root
x0 = sqr(100^2 + 100^2)
//...
Homework Statement
Homework Equations
T = 2π√(m/k)
mx'' + kx = 0
F = ma
The Attempt at a Solution
I don't honestly know where to start with this. I'm really out of my league in this class, and I'm trying my best to catch up with the things I didn't quite master in Dynamics and Physics...
As...
Homework Statement Problem: [/B]
Given the mass spring system solve for k1
The natural frequency wn = 10 s-1
k1=2k2
m=1kg
Homework Equations
wn=(k/m).5
The Attempt at a Solution
solve for k1
m x w2n =2.5k1
k1 = 40 N/mNote: I calculate 40 N/m and the solution states 250 N/m. I think I...
Dear members I'am stuck in Dual mass spring system.
How do we relate acceleration of masses when they are are oscillating relatively with let say amplitudes x1 and x2?
Is there any simpler approach available please let me know.thanks.
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Starting from system of springs and masses (on picture), fina a force in x direction which n-th mass acts on n+1st mass, if harmonic wave ψ(x,t) is traveling in system.
In equilibrium every mass is compressed i acts with force of F0 on masses.
Consider a case in boundary of...
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consider a mass spring system mounted on a horizontal surface. The left end of the spring is rigidly mounted, and the spring constant is 27 N/m. A block with a mass of 7 kg is placed on the right side of the spring and compresses the spring a distance of .15 m. The region on...
The displacement y(t) of a driven mass-spring system is described by the differential
equation
2y'' + 14y = 8 cos(2t)
with initial value conditions y(0) = 0; y'(0) = 0.
(a) Is this system damped or undamped?
(b) Is this system resonant?
(c) Write the solution to the IVP in terms of a product...
I am trying to find the state equations for a mass spring system.
I found the transfer function to be
\[
H(s) = \frac{X_1(s)}{F(s)} = \frac{m_2s^2 + b_2s + k}
{s\big[m_1m_2s^3 + (m_2b_1 + m_1b_2)s^2 +...
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I'm now working on a charge limiting system. I tried modeling it an easy way to be studied.
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A steel ball (mass "m") moves horizontaly at a continuous speed to the right.
The ball has to pass over the obstacle (king of cam) which...
The problem statement:
I have to find the transfer function of a mass spring system. There are two masses in the system and 3 spring. I also have to find the state space representation and the model of the system. I have attached a image of my problem and my work so far. I think I found the...
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Obtain the expressions for the natural frequencies and mode shapes for the case where m1=m2=m.
Homework Equations
The Attempt at a Solution
I apologise for not making an attempt, this is just unlike anything I've seen.
I'd appreciate if anyone could...
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A mass spring system carries a mass of 0.4kg. When the point of suspension is made to vibrate verticaly at a frequency of 15Hz resonance occurs. What mass should be added to the 0.4kg in order to reduce the resonant frequency to 10Hz.
a) 0.20kg
b) 0.40kg
c) 0.50kg
d)...
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The problem states to find the maximum acceleration and velocity, the accleration and velocity when the displacement (x) is 1.00cm, and the equation of motion as a function of time if the displacement is A (amplitude) at t=0. We're given that the period (T) is 0.500s and...
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What happens to the frequency of oscillation if stiffness increases and why?
Homework Equations
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The Attempt at a Solution
Frequency increases but trying to figure out why.
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Had to work out the total energy in a mass spring system (Part d of question), which has been found to be:
(v^2*m/4)[sin^2(nt) + sin^2(3nt)]
The next part of the question (e) says to 'Discuss the meaning of your result to part (d) above'
And I have no idea what to...
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I am working on a problem in which I want to model the collision of a moving object, with mass m1, with a stationary base. I have calculated the velocity of the moving object at the instant of collision. I want to model this collision using a mass spring system with damping.
My...
Homework Statement
We have an object whose mass is 0.7 kg moves with an equation y=0.45cos8.4t.
Find the general energy
w=8.4 A=0.45
Homework Equations
E=mv^2/2 +kA^2/2
The Attempt at a Solution
So I found k using w=(k/m)^0.5. And then I found V0 using V0=A*(k/m)^0.5
and...
A mass spring system is in elevator which moves upward with an acceleration "a" . What will be effect on the measured value of spring constant compared to its value when elevator is at rest.
Since
K= F/x
At rest F=mg
But with acceleration
F=m(g+a)
So
I think the value is...
So the equation is x'' + 10x' + 64x = 0
x(0) = 1
x'(0) = 0
I get general solution of e^(-5t)(c1*cos(6.245t) + c2sin(6.245t) )
From there I get e^(-5t)cos(6.245t)+5e^(-5t)sin(6.245t)
but it wrong. What the gerbils am I doing wrong?
Thanks
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An object of mass, m, is traveling on a horizontal surface. There is a coefficient of kinetic friction, mu , between the object and the surface. The object has speed, v, when it reaches x=0 and encounters a spring. The object compresses the spring, stops, and then recoils...