hwk01 - weight, stiffness, and damping constants. The...

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ME 375 HOMEWORK #1 Spring 2010 Out: Jan. 13, 2010 Due: Jan. 20, 2010 PROBLEM 1 : (30%) Derive the equations of motion for the following systems. (a) A railroad car of mass m travels at a velocity v toward the end of the tracks, where it will be stopped by the spring-mass-damper system. Derive the equation of motion of the car after engaging the springs and damper. (b) A boy riding a bicycle can be modeled as a spring-mass-damper system with an equivalent
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Unformatted text preview: weight, stiffness, and damping constants. The differential setting of the concrete blocks on the road caused the level surface to decrease suddenly. Derive the equation of motion of the boy in the vertical direction. PROBLEM 2 : (30%) Derive the equations of motion of the following systems. (a) (b) PROBLEM 3 : (40%) Derive the equation of motion of the following system....
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