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Question 44065

posted 9 months ago

Using kinetic energy equivalence, find the equivalent inertia of the system shown below with respect to è of the sphere, where strings are inextensible and mass moment of inertia
\text { of the entire bell crank is } \mathrm{J}_{0} \text {. Small vibrations and no friction. Spherical inertia is } \frac{2}{5} m_{s} r_{s}^{2} \text {. }
Other parameters are given in figure.

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Question 44158

posted 9 months ago

3. Find the particular solution for the system shown in Fig. 1for the input = F sinot

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Question 44159

posted 9 months ago

4. Compute the response of the system in Figure. 2 is thesystem is initially at rest for the values =100 N/m, =500N/m, c=20 kg/s, and m =89 kg.

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Question 44160

posted 9 months ago

s. Fig. 3 shows the steady-state response (transients are ignored) of a direct force excited, SDOF system. The massis equal to 2 kg. What other parameters can you determine?

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Question 44157

posted 9 months ago

Consider the unicyclist of problem. 4. The road she's traveling on has a sinusoidal profile, as illustrated inFig. 5. What is the worst speed for her to travel at with regard to her vibrational response?2.

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Question 44156

posted 9 months ago

1. We're going to analyze the motions of a unicyclist.The actual system is shown in Figure 4, as is our approximated model. If the unicyclist is traveling at 3m/s and hits the illustrated bump, what will the cyclist's maximum deflection from be ?

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Question 44161

posted 9 months ago

6. Solve for the steady-state response of the system illustrated in Fig. 4. y = 0.02 sin (150t), k,=10,000 N/m, k=5000 N/m,m=0.5 kg, c=8.66 N•s/m.

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Question 44688

posted 10 months ago

2. The pendulum illustrated in Figure.1 consist of a rigid bar of mass ": and length /, Attached to the end is a lumped mass m. Find the pendulum's natural frequency of oscillation.

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Question 44690

posted 10 months ago

4. Calculate the natural frequency and damping ratio for the100system in Figure 4. It is given the values m =10 kg, c =kg/s, = 4000 N/m, = 200 N/m, = 1000 N/m. Ignore the friction between the cart and the ground. Is the system overdamped, critically damped, or underdamped?

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Question 44692

posted 10 months ago

6. The free response of a 1000-kg automobile with stiffness ofk= 400,000N/m is observed to be of the form give in Figure 6. Modeling the automobile as a single-degree-of-freedom oscillation in the vertical direction, determine the damping coefficient if the displacement at is measured to be 2cm and0.22 cm at

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