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### ME240_Practice_MT1

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ME 360Fall 11 9/13/11NameQuiz 2Consider the differential equation + 5 x + 6 x = 6 1( t ) , with a unit step input and initial conditionsx()()x 0 = 0 , x 0 = 0 . (Unit step is zero for t &lt; 0 , and one for t 0 .)a. Find the solution to the differen
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ME 360Fall 11 9/27/11NameQuiz 4The system at right consists of two rotational masses and a damper,with a prescribed velocity 1 as input.a. Find a differential equation for the system, with prescribed velocity 1(t) as input, and velocity 2 as output
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ME 360Fall 11 10/04/11NameQuiz 5The system at right has a rotational mass-spring-damper driven by agear, with prescribed rotation 0 as input.a. Find a differential equation for the system, with 0(t) as input, and 2as output. The radii of the two ge
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ME 360Fall 11 10/25/11NameQuiz 7The system shown at right is described by the followingdifferential equations, in terms of velocities as outputs:M1sv1 + Bv1 = Bv2 + FM 2 sv2 + Bv2 + Kv2 / s = Bv1vFvBMKMa. Find an equivalent electrical syste
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ME 360Fall 11 11/01/11NameQuiz 8Consider the system at right, with F as input and angularvelocity as output. The system has a rotational damper F(t)B and a translational damper b. The (rack and) pinionhas radius r and inertia J.a. Define a set of
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ME 360Fall 11 11/08/11NameQuiz 9A fluid system has a fluid resistance and fluid capacitance, with input Ps(t) and output P.a. Find the transfer function for the system.b. Suppose Rf = 1 Pa-s/kg, Cf = 10 kg/Pa-s, and Ps ( t ) = cos ! t . Find the mag
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