Lecture 7 Notes

7 so far no x term so no exponential decay in the

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Unformatted text preview: .7) Mass-spring systems Applications - vibrations (3.7) Mass-spring systems Applications - vibrations (3.7) Mass-spring systems Applications - vibrations (3.7) Mass-spring systems Applications - vibrations (3.7) Mass-spring systems Applications - vibrations (3.7) Applications - vibrations (3.7) Molecular bonds Applications - vibrations (3.7) Molecular bonds Applications - vibrations (3.7) Molecular bonds Applications - vibrations (3.7) Molecular bonds Applications - vibrations (3.7) Solid mechanics e.g. tuning fork, bridges, buildings Applications - vibrations (3.7) Solid mechanics e.g. tuning fork, bridges, buildings Applications - vibrations (3.7) Solid mechanics e.g. tuning fork, bridges, buildings Applications - vibrations (3.7) Solid mechanics e.g. tuning fork, bridges, buildings F Applications - vibrations (3.7) Solid mechanics e.g. tuning fork, bridges, buildings F x Applications - vibrations (3.7) Solid mechanics e.g. tuning fork, bridges, buildings F x x = −Kx ￿￿ where K depends on the molecular details o...
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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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