My query here is,
Suppose there is a 2 kg mass
To oscillate it/vibrate it, it will take some force and it will have some natural frequency
Now I increase the mass to 5 kg
so to vibrate it, won't it take more force and so at the end, won't the natural frequency of the object increase? as its more...
The ##Q## factor of an oscillating system is defined as ##\omega_{r}/\Delta \omega##, where ##\omega_{r}## is the resonant frequency, and ##\Delta \omega## the resonance width. As I understand, ##Q## measures how sharp the resonance curve is.
Why is it that the resonance curve gets...
How is the transient vibration of a piston engine usually simulated?
I know that in order to define the vibration loading you need the mass properties and dimensions of the moving components plus the cylinder pressure curve. And of course you need to know the firing order, V-angle (if...
Dear forum members,
We have a water cooled chiller device (see its model in attached link) and we use it to cool a hot mirror element.
Unfortunately the chiller is vibrating and the vibrations couple all the way to the mirror
through a pair of rubber tubes (1cm in diameter, 2m in length) and a...
So I am almost sure I know how to solve this, just curious about the maximum velocity. Anyway, if you could double check my calculations, here it is.
##T = \frac{t}{n} = \frac{10s}{15} = \frac{2}{3}s##
##\omega = \frac{2\pi}{T} = 2\pi \frac{3}{2} = 3\pi##
a). position at ##t = 0.8s##...
Description of the Problem:
Consider a spring-mass system with spring constant ##k## and mass ##m##. Suppose I apply a force ##F_0 \cos(\omega t)## on the mass, but the frequency ##\omega## is very small, so small that it takes the system, say, a million years to reach a maximum and to go to 0...
Homework Statement
This problem is taken from Problem 2.3, Introduction to Vibration and Waves, by H.J. Pain and P. Rankin:
A critically mechanical system consisting of a pan hanging from a spring with a damping. What is the value of damping force r if a mass extends the spring by 10cm without...
The setup: I have a mass (m1)connected to a much, much larger mass (m2) via a preloaded spring. They start out in contact because the preloaded spring holds them together. Now suppose the large mass is subject to vibrations, possibly at the resonance of the structure. Will the two masses...
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I conducted an experiment with a metal beam which had a motor attached to it in with an eccentric mass on it. The two ends of the beams were fixed with a roller and a hinge(as I remember). This was a one degree of freedom experiment.
I had to collect data during free/forced...
Consider a simple single degree-of-freedom (SDOF) spring-mass-dashpot dynamic system with spring rate k, mass m, and viscous damping coefficient c. Dimension x is the absolute displacement of the mass. The base input translation is y. A dot notation indicates differentiation with respect to...
I've been having some trouble with this problem for a while. (Its not a homework or coursework problem)
Its a part of an experimental set up that I'm building and this is a simplified version of it.
I have a rigid rod which is hinged at a point and can pitch or heave about that location. There...
Homework Statement
I understand the derivation it showed that included the sin (15.7 in the image) I just don't understand the following (15.8 in the image). Does "t" get pulled out of the equation? If so what do we derive for then? Does it become 0? If so, it would remain 0 and sin(0) is just...
I am doing FE analysis for symmetric shape in boundary conditions and geometry, I would like to know if I can use symmetry in my analysis or not. I have tried to run trials, the results are very similar but I am not sure if this just a coincident
I have an assembly (a cuboid shaped structure). The vibration test data of this structure is available with me.
I want to study the effect of vibration generated by a system mounted on top panel on another system mounted on same top panel. In order to complete this, I have prepared the FE model...
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I intuitively understand macroscopic vibration, but trying to understand what it means for a particle to vibrate doesn't seem to make sense from the classical understanding I have of momentum and energy. First, are particles even said to vibrate or have vibrational energy? If so, how is momentum...
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So, bars are tightly held in one...
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So I have a situation. Concrete floor (ceiling actually) slabs like these
has many cylindrical spaces in it. And noisy neighbors on top! The slab receives shocks / impacts and human shouts.
First I found Tuned Mass Damper. It is good for continuous vibration but not for first...
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I have to calculate the natural frequency of the system. Any idea of boundary conditions of this case? There is beam supported by two springs on the left side.
In our apartment, for the last few months, my wife and I are being puzzled by strange sounds coming from the dining area while we remain in the bedroom at night. The first time we heard, I was quiet. Then my wife said, "Did you hear that?" So, it was no hallucination whatsoever. It is a distinct...
The square seat (?) for the accelerometer has started to fall apart and I need to find a replacement for it. If this helps, the accelerometers are placed equidistant apart from each other, and the tester hits it - the cantilever beam - with a mallet to simulate vibration.
Please refer to the...
Homework Statement
I have a 2-DOF system, whereby I have one body that is grounded by a spring (body A), and a second body (body B) attached to the first by a spring and a viscous damper. For body A, I know the velocity and amplitude (before body B is added). I think I also have the stiffness...
I've always wondered this. Let's say we're not limited by the type of vibration, e.g. if choppy vibration doesn't constitute continuous movement, then some sort of oscillating vibration.
Homework Statement
Assume that there is a tank on a 200 ft pedestal type support. When full the tank and contents have a weight of 50,000 lbs and it is never drained to a point where the tank and contents have a weight less than 20,000 lbs. Assume the pedestal weight is negligible compared to...
Homework Statement
Homework Equations
w = √k/m
w = 2π/P
ƒ = 1/P
The Attempt at a Solution
I feel like I'm so close to the answer, I think it has something to do with the fact that there's a spring and pulley in the system that is throwing my answer off. I have
√k/m = 2π/P
So,
P =...
I've been searching the web for this answer and can't seem to find it anywhere. Can anyone help me? Is sound a renewable energy or non-renewable energy?
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I'm solving the equation for the transverse vibrations of a Euler-Bernoulli beam fixed at both ends and subject to axial loading. It's a similar problem to that described by Rao on page 355 of his book "Vibration of Continuous Systems" (Google books link), except the example he uses...