The Dierential Equations
In the last chapter we saw the eect of a torque: A twist angle. What is the eect of bending a beam?
There are two things that are of interest: The beam rotation and the deection u = .
To be able to analyze this
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Course Syllabus for ME 4189, Structural Vibrations. SPRING 2014
ME 2202 Dynamics of Rigid Bodies ; MATH 2403 (Differential
Equations) or equivalent
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SOLUTIONS. ME4189 HOMEWORK1
x = Ae jt = A e j(t + ) . Take the real part of x: x = Recfw_x = A cos(t + ) .
Compute x . From above, x = (Recfw_x) = A cos (t + ) =
(1+ cos(2t + 2 ).
Compute x and take its real part. Recf
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A solid sphere (J = 2/5mR2) is to be released from rest on an inclined plane. The
static coefficient for friction is 0.6, while the kinetic coefficient of fri