Experiment no. 04
Mass Spring System
Objective:
To verify the simple Mass Spring System theory.
To find the value of spring stiffness k.
Introduction:
Spring:
In classical physics, a spring can be seen as a device that stores
potential energy, specifica

Experiment No. 2
Compound Pendulum
Objective of the experiment:
To understand the basic theory of compound pendulum.
To find the value of Gravitational Acceleration (g) and Radius of Gyration (k).
Apparatus and Tools:
The apparatus and tools used in thi

Experiment no. 3
Bifilar Suspension
Objective of the experiment:
To validate the theory of bifilar suspension.
To find the moment of inertia (I) and radius of gyration (K) for bifilar
suspension.
Theory:
Introduction:
The bifilar suspension is used to d

Description of MV Lab Apparatus
Following apparatus are present in Fracture Mechanics Lab.
1. EDM Die Sinking Machine (EDM-M50):
Electric discharge machining (EDM) is a machine having 3 working axis, used
for removing the material from the work piece by a

Experiment no. 1
Simple Pendulum
Objective of the experiment:
Validation of simple pendulum theory.
Estimation of gravitational acceleration, (g) m\s2.
Apparatus and Tools:
The apparatus and tools used in this experiment can be listed as follows:
Unive

LAB#08
Torsional Vibration with and without Damping
Aim of the Experiment:
1) To verify the Torsional Vibration Theory.
2) To find the degree of damping and damping co-efficient of the system.
Introduction:
The experiment is designed to provide informatio

List of Apparatus of Mechanical Vibration Lab
Following apparatus are present in mechanical Vibration Lab.
1. EDM Die Sinking Machine (EDM-M50)
2. Rotating and Bending Fatigue Testing m/c (PQ-6)
3. Universal Material Test System (810-MTS)
4. EDM Wire Cut

Shear force & bending moment for
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Shear force & bending moment in
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Shear force & bending moment in
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Shear force & bending moment in
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Shear force & bending moment in
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Shear force & bending moment in
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Find the reaction forces

Chapter 1
Kinematics of a Particle
1.1 Introduction
1.1.1 Position, Velocity, and Acceleration
The position of a particle P relative to a given reference frame with origin O is given
by the position vector r from point O to point P, as shown in Fig. 1.1.