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# Lab_07_expectations - Use your solution to prove the peaks lie on a straight line What is the slope of this line 6 Similar to#4 except Kd=.3 Use

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Lab 07 Expectations Submit Plots: 1, 3, 4, 6 1. - Pplane plot of v vs. y, and pplane plot of y vs. t. - Estimate the amplitude and period from the graph. - Would you consider this a slow or fast oscillation? 2. - Find the general solution. - Find the particular solution using y(0) = 3 and y'(0) = -1. - Find exact value for period. 3. - Will a stiff spring oscillate faster or slower? - Test your hypothesis by changing the ks value on your graphs. - State your results. 4. Seed = 18 - Use graphs to estimate the max. displacement for the values listed of w. - Construct a graph of max displacement as a function of w. - (MS Office Excel might be a good program to store results and produce a graph.) 5. - Solve equation (2) with w=.5 and given initial conditions.
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Unformatted text preview: - Use your solution to prove the peaks lie on a straight line.- What is the slope of this line? 6. - Similar to #4, except Kd=.3.- Use graphs to estimate the max. displacement for the values- Find the maximum displacement to the nearest hundredth.- Construct a graph of max displacement as a function of w.i 7. Discussion:- What is resonance? Discuss the effect of resistance on resonance. Does adding resistance change the resonant frequency? If so, how?- Graph by hand: Plot the approximate graphs from four and six again on one plot. Then sketch what the frequency response curve might look like for a smaller value of Kd on that plot. Where would you expect the max to be? Why?...
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## This note was uploaded on 06/20/2011 for the course MA 366 taught by Professor Arielbarton during the Spring '11 term at Purdue University Calumet.

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