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Unformatted text preview: velocities. The key is to remember how compliance works, in particular for a floating mass. Recall problem 3.1 and its solution to the left. (The causality assignments shown below are there for part d not for this portion of problem.) c. Relate the moduli of your bond graph elements to the given physical parameters. 2 2 fl A I m h = = man I LA = 2 T = /2 2/ fl man C C gA = = 1/ man C gA = Note the moduli given on the cover page are associated with P and V , not F and x as in our case. What is the order of your model? Four (first order equations). fl I T z d 1 fl C /2 man C 2 y d 2 z yd d man I 1 man C 1 y d surface of liquid x F gAx = L area A area A/ 2 area A h equilibrium level z y 2 y 1 displacements from equilibrium liquid, density float z 2 y 1 y water level static water level center of mass...
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This note was uploaded on 02/29/2008 for the course ME 242 taught by Professor Perreira during the Spring '08 term at Lehigh University .
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