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Calculation of different natural frequencies of a material

  1. May 28, 2015 #1
    Hi,

    As far as I know, every material has different sets of natural frequencies associated with it.

    For example,
    A simple one dimensional oscillator with stiffness "k" and mass "m" has a formula for calculating its natural frequency = 1/2pie*squareroot(k/m). I was wondering if there are different natural frequencies associated with this oscillator then how will we calculate the other frequencies.

    Is is just the integer multiple of the above frequency?

    Thanks,
     
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  3. May 28, 2015 #2

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