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Math245 Computer Lab set #8, Spring 2009 Beat and resonance We consider the undamped linear, forced 2nd-order ODE in the form: y 00 + ω 2 0 y = F 0 cos ω f t (1) where ω 0 is the natural frequency of the system, ω f is the forcing frequency, and F 0 is the forcing amplitude. Example let ω 0 = 1, F 0 = 1 / 2. y 00 + y = 1 2 cos ω f t. Simulate the system for ω f = 4 / 5 , 7 / 8 , 1 for 0 t 100. Step #1: Let y = y 1 and y 0 = y 2 , and rewriting the equation into a set of first order ODEs. y 0 1 = y 2 , (2) y 0 2 = - y 1 + 1 2 cos ω f t. (3) Step #2: Define RHS of above ODEs in a function file. function dy=odefun(t,y,omgf) dy=[ y(2) -y(1)+0.5*cos(omgf*t) ]; Step #3: Write the main program, and run it for different value of ω f . omgf=4/5; tspan=[0,100]; y0=[0,0]; [t, y]=ode45(@odefun,tspan,y0,[],omgf); figure plot(t,y(:,1)) Solution plot is shown in figure below. Analytical solution Analytical solution to Eqn(1) is written y ( t ) = F 0 ω 2 0 - ω 2 f (cos ω f t - cos ω 0 t ) .
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This note was uploaded on 06/01/2009 for the course MATH 245 taught by Professor Alexander during the Spring '07 term at USC.

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