ME 588, Dynamics and Vibration
Homework 4
Distributed: 10/18/2017, Due: 11/01/2017
1. A heavy solid cylinder of diameter D, length l, and mass m can roll over a horizontal surface
as shown in Fig. 1.
ME 588, Dynamics and Vibration
Homework 5
Distributed: 10/25/2017, Due: 11/8/2017
1. A dental drill is making a periodic noise as shown in Fig. 1, which is described mathematically
by
(
1, 0 < t < T /
ME 588, Dynamics and Vibration
Homework 3
Distributed: 10/11/2017, Due: 10/25/2017
1. Consider a guided mass system as shown in Fig. 1. Two identical masses with inertia m
are connected by a rigid mas
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ME 588, Dynamics and Vibration
Homework 8
Distributed: 11/17/2017, Due: 12/1/2017 (Friday)
1. Consider the nonuniform elastic beam shown in Fig. 1. The non-uniform beam is free at
the left end, hinged
ME 588, Dynamics and Vibration
Homework 1
Distributed: 9/27/2017, Due: 10/11/2017
1. Consider a spring-mass system mounted on a spinning disk as shown in Fig. 1. The disk spins
at constant angular vel
ME 588, Dynamics and Vibration
Homework 7
Distributed: 11/10/2017, Due: 11/27/2017 (Monday)
1. The purpose of this problem is to revisit the concept of vibration isolation using a two-degreeof-freedom
ME 588, Dynamics and Vibration
Homework 2
Distributed: 10/4/2017, Due: 10/18/2017
1. Consider motion of a complex pendulum system under the gravity as shown in Fig. 1. The
system consist of a board wi
ME 588, Dynamics and Vibration
Homework 6
Distributed: 11/03/2017, Due: 11/17/2017 (Friday)
1. Consider only small oscillations of the system shown in Fig. 1. A rigid bar is hinged at the
left end and
ME 588, Dynamics and Vibration
Homework 9
Distributed: 11/27/2017
Due: 12/08/2017 (Friday)
1. Consider axial vibration of an elastic rod with an end mass as shown in Fig. 1. The rod has
axial rigidity
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ME 461 Problem Assignments 2017
Assignment 7
Due
10-Oct-17
1. Three isotopic neutron sources, each emitting S neutrons/sec, are located in an
infinite vacuum at the corners of an equilateral triangle