Lecture 7 Notes

sometimes an abstraction that accounts for energy

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Unformatted text preview: f the material and the cross-sectional geometry of the rod. Applications - vibrations (3.7) • So far, no x’ term so no exponential decay in the solutions. Applications - vibrations (3.7) • So far, no x’ term so no exponential decay in the solutions. • Dashpot - mechanical element that adds friction. - sometimes an abstraction that accounts for energy loss. Applications - vibrations (3.7) • So far, no x’ term so no exponential decay in the solutions. • Dashpot - mechanical element that adds friction. - sometimes an abstraction that accounts for energy loss. Applications - vibrations (3.7) • So far, no x’ term so no exponential decay in the solutions. • Dashpot - mechanical element that adds friction. - sometimes an abstraction that accounts for energy loss. Applications - vibrations (3.7) • So far, no x’ term so no exponential decay in the solutions. • Dashpot - mechanical element that adds friction. - sometimes an abstraction that accounts for energy loss. Kelvin-Voig...
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This note was uploaded on 02/12/2014 for the course MATH 256 taught by Professor Ericcytrynbaum during the Spring '13 term at UBC.

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