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Section 11.3 Vibrations in Mechanical Systems

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: Dr. John Mathews
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Consider a spring that resists compression as well as extension, that is suspended vertically from a fixed support, and a body of mass m; that is attached at the lower end of the spring. We make the assumption that the mass m is much larger than the mass of the spring so that we can neglect the mass of the spring. If there is no motion then the system is in static equilibrium. If the mass is pulled down further and released, then it will undergo an oscillatory motion.

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Publish Date: October 01, 2003
Created In: Maple V
Language: English

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