Maximum acceleration machine problem

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Homework Statement



Analysis of the recording shows a maximum acceleration is of 1000 m/s2 .
Given that 25 Hz is the maximum frequency and the maximum amplitude is 0.05m,
will the machine be capable of faithfully reproducing this vibration trace?

Homework Equations

The attempt at a solution[/b]

max acceleration = Aw^2
= 0.05*w^2

w= 2 pi f
= 2 pi * 25
=50 pi

max acelration= 1233 m/s2

machine wont be able to reproduce these vibration as more accerleartion is needed.......1233, as analsis only shows max accelration as 1000 m/s2

is this correct??
 

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Dick
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It's GRRREAT!
 
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meaning???

great...u mean correct??

10/10???

Dick can you please check my other quesitons they are all recetnly posted.
THANKS

IMY786
 
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Dick
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Yes. It's correct. What post in particular are you worried about?
 
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iv sent u....on private message
 

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