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By :Buay D. Nhial ,UB#3597-5043Mandeep Singh,UB#3721-2672Supriya Singh,UB# 3767-0768
 
Instructor: Dr.Gary DargushUniversity at Buffalo ,Mechanical and AerospaceEngineering
 
[2010]
 
Vibration of a Circular Membrane
 
 
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Introduction
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Circular
 
Membrane
 
Vibrating membranes are quite popular applications in the field of partialdifferential equations. The vibrating membranes find there area in music andsound industry like Drums (timpani), microphones, telephones etc.The equation governing these systems is a part of the partial differentialequations. And the fundamental frequency of a circular membrane has somesimilarity to the stretched where it depends on tension and density.
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Problem
 
definition
 
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Problem
 
statement 
 
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solution
 
The goal of this project is to analyze a partial differential equation (PDE)problem and evaluate the necessary conditions provided.Here we’re going to look at a circular membrane under vibration. So,given that the vibration of a circular disk is governed by the wave equationwith speed c. If for a circular disk r>a, it is best to use the polar coordinatesr and
Θ
, rather than the Cartesian coordinates x,y.

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