example_IV_1_07 - + y n 2 n 2- 2 sin t x(0) = 0 = c x (0) =...

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Example IV.1.7 - “beating” in forced response Sketch the “steady-state” response of the base-excited system shown below (with initial conditions of x(0) = x ˙ (0) = 0) for ω n . Solution From before: x(t) = c cos ω n t + s sin ω n t
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Unformatted text preview: + y n 2 n 2- 2 sin t x(0) = 0 = c x (0) = 0 = s n + y n 2 n 2- 2 s = - n y n 2 n 2- 2 Therefore x(t) = y n 2 n 2- 2 [ sin t - n sin n t ]...
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example_IV_1_07 - + y n 2 n 2- 2 sin t x(0) = 0 = c x (0) =...

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