5Spring_Mass_System - Mass Spring System Mass Estimated...

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Mass Spring System Mass Spring System Weidong Guo, Mileta M Tomovic School of Technology Mechanical Engineering Technology Estimated time required : ~60 min
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Creating mass spring system Opening Function Builder Inputting force function Simulating model Measuring model Topics Covered Topics Covered Download the file: http://www.purdue.edu/discoverypark/PLM/SME/Mass_Spring.zip
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Problem Description Problem Description In the mass spring system shown, the mass of the ball m=1 kg, the stiffness of the spring is k=4 π 2 N/m. A force F acts on the ball, F=sin( ω t) . This problem asks for the analysis of the oscillation characteristics of this system when ω=1, π and separately .
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Starting Adams and Making Settings Starting Adams and Making Settings a. Start Adams (Double-click the shortcut of ADAMS-View). b. Create a new model. The model name is Mass_Spring . c. Select MKS . d. Select OK . Use other default settings. b c d a
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Creating Model a. Select Sphere tool in Main Toolbox . b. Check Radius c. Check (0,0,0) position. A ball is created. d.
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This note was uploaded on 05/24/2010 for the course MEC 7658h taught by Professor Madder during the Spring '10 term at Punjab Engineering College.

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