hw4 - function of time, rather than the odd one we looked...

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Homework 4 1. Problem 3.14 in the textbook. First you will need to derive the equation of motion. For the dashpot force, you’ll need “dy/dt” but y is a function of x. Think about how to get “dy/dt”. 2. Problem 3.16 in the textbook. This problem is a combination of a rotating eccentric mass problem and a transmitted force problem. So you need to understand both of these types of problems to solve this one. 3. Problem 3.19 in the textbook. This square wave is shifted in time so that it is an even
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Unformatted text preview: function of time, rather than the odd one we looked at in class. Notice how the Fourier coefficients compare between the two cases. Solve this problem first with real Fourier series, then with the two types of complex Fourier series. 4. Problem 3.18 in the textbook. Again, solve this problem first with real Fourier series, then with the two types of complex Fourier series....
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This note was uploaded on 09/01/2010 for the course EE 331 taught by Professor Preston during the Spring '06 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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