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MA 107 Modeling And Analysis of Dynamic Systems W06 Professor T-C. Tsao
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MA 107 Modeling And Analysis of Dynamic Systems W06 Professor T-C. Tsao P2.15 Similar approach to P2.10:
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MA 107 Modeling And Analysis of Dynamic Systems W06 Professor T-C. Tsao P2.18 Intertia Matching is a common technique used in the industry, so this problem is a common knowledge of ‘principle of inertia matching’.
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MA 107 Modeling And Analysis of Dynamic Systems W06 Professor T-C. Tsao P4.3 Two springs are in series connection if they share the same force, and parallel if sharing the same displacement:
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MA 107 Modeling And Analysis of Dynamic Systems W06 Professor T-C. Tsao P4.4 Similar to P2.10 equivalent spring is scaled by square of the lever ratio.
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This note was uploaded on 09/17/2008 for the course MAE 107 taught by Professor Tsao during the Spring '06 term at UCLA.

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Homework2_Solutions - MA 107 Modeling And Analysis of...

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