Engineering Questions Help - Lukas

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In summary, Lukas is seeking help with completing a question involving two pulleys, different spring stiffnesses, and varying radii. He has provided a partial solution and believes he has calculated the natural frequency, but is unsure of what to do next. Another user has asked for a typed version of his work and clarified that there is no torsion involved in the question.
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I am having trouble completing these questions, help would be much appreciated.

thanks

Lukas

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What have you tried?
 
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Welcome to PF!

Hi Lukas! Welcome to PF! :wink:

Show us what you've tried, and where you're stuck, and then we'll know how to help! :smile:
 
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I have attached my partial solution to the two pulleys question. I think I have managed to work out the natural frequency, however I don't know what to do more as there are different spring stiffnesses and the pulleys have different radii.
 

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Lukas Pohnan said:
I have attached my partial solution to the two pulleys question. I think I have managed to work out the natural frequency, however I don't know what to do more as there are different spring stiffnesses and the pulleys have different radii.

Hi Lukas! :smile:

Sorry, but this is too difficult to read.

Can you please type out your work in future?

(btw, there's no torsion in the pulley question)
 
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Here is my answer to the 2 pulleys question in word.
 

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