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# example_IV_1_1-4 - x y P e See sketching observations from...

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Example 1 – four different single DOF systems with harmonic excitation Find the steady state response of the systems shown in (a)-(d): a) applied harmonic force b) support motion – relative displacement c) support motion – absolute displacement d) rotating imbalance As an exercise, sketch the frequency response plots of the amplitude and phase on the axes provided on a subsequent page. As you sketch, compare and contrast the frequency response functions for these four systems.

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(a) applied harmonic force

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(b) support motion (relative displacement)

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(c) support motion (absolute displacement )

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(d) rotating imbalance
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Unformatted text preview: x y P e See sketching observations from the support motion (relative displacement) example to help you in sketching these frequency response functions. 1 excitation frequency response phase ! /2 ! " / # n " / # n response amplitude 1 (a) applied force 1 excitation frequency ! /2 ! " / # n " / # n 1 (b) base motion-relative 1 excitation frequency ! /2 ! " / # n " / # n 1 (c) base motion-absolute 1 excitation frequency ! /2 ! " / # n " / # n 1 (d) rotating imbalance...
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