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Chapter 14 Oscillations 1. To understand the physics and mathematics of oscillation. 2. To draw and interpret oscillatory graphs. 3. To learn the concepts of phase and phase constant 4. To understand and use energy conservation in oscillatory system 5. To understand the basic ideas of damping and resonance.
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Stop to think 14.1 page 414 Stop to think 14.2 page 417 Stop to think 14.3 page 419 Stop to think 14.4 page 423 Stop to think 14.5 page 428 Example 14.2 page 413 Example 14.4 page 417 Example 14.6 page 422 Example 14.7 page 424 Example 14.9 page 426 Example 14.10 page 428
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Simple Harmonic Motion Object or systems of objects that undergo oscillatory motion are called oscillators. All these oscillators have two things in common: 1. The oscillation takes place about an equilibrium position, and 2. The motion is periodic. Sinusoidal oscillation Is called simple harmonic motion.
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Period and frequency Period T: time per cycle, units: second Frequency f: the number of cycles per second. units: 1/s = Hz (Hertz) 1 1 or f T T f = =
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Graph of simple harmonic motion The amplitude A: the
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