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de Silva, Clarence W.

“Answers to Numerical Problems”
Vibration: Fundamentals and Practice
Clarence W. de Silva
Boca Raton: CRC Press LLC, 2000

©2000 CRC Press

Answers to Numerical Problems

CHAPTER 2

2.22

k

eq

= 3

EI

/

l

3

;

m

eq

= 33

m

/140
2.31 (d) 2.75

×

10

–2

rad·s

–1

, 0.564. Yes, at 2.27

×

10

–2

rad·s

–1

CHAPTER 3

3.5 (c) 6.455

×

10

3

N·s·m

–1

3.7 (d) (i)

r

> , (ii)

r

> 1.73, 1.964, 2.871, 3.77, 7.075; (e) Yes
3.12 (c) 1.0, ,
3.16 (c) 1.0, ,
3.18 (a) –0.55

±



j

1.6424

CHAPTER 4

4.1 b
4.2 c
4.3 1
4.6 0.31, –72

°

, 0.10, –0.29, –2.7 dB
4.14 (i) 10 samples/s; (ii) 102.4 s; (iii) 1024 complex values. First and last 512 give the same
values; (iv) 512; (v) 0.01 Hz; (vi) 5 Hz; (vii) 400; (viii) 4 Hz
4.15 ?
4.20 (ii) Meaningless; (iii) 2 decades; (iv) 1/2 octave; (v) No dimensions
4.21 1–80 Hz; 4–50 Hz; 1–200 Hz; 20 Hz–20 kHz; Problem dependent

CHAPTER 5

5.8 (b) (0,7/6), unstable; (

π

, 5/6), unstable; (

π

/3, 4/3), stable
5.14 (c)

ω

0

= 1.0 rad·s

–1

,

ω

1

= 0.765367 rad·s

–1

,

ω

2

= 1.847759 rad·s

–1

;

θ

1

= 0.25 cos

ω

1

t

+
0.75 cos

ω

2

t

;

θ

2

= cos

ω

1

t

– cos

ω

2

t

CHAPTER 6

6.12 (a) 8.0

×

10

10

N·m

–2

; (b) Steel
6.25 , sin 0.8603336

x

/

l

CHAPTER 7

7.7 (a) 0.08
7.8 (b) 0.045
7.9 (b) 0.08
7.13 0 to 2.06

×

10

7

N·m

–1

7.14 (b) (i) 50.6 rad·s

–1

, 0.1; (ii) 1.5 cm; (iii) 50.1 rad·s

–1

, 10.02 rad·s

–1
2
2 1 2
2 1 2
1 0 . , , , , , 1 0.875 3 1 0.3974 8 3 ( )
2 4 3 2 4
0 8603336 . l G ρ ( )

©2000 CRC Press

CHAPTER 8

8.4 (b) 0.99%
8.5 (d) 0.09; (e) 6.25

×

10

4

N·m

–1

to 25.0

×

10

4

N·m

–1

8.11 1000 Hz
8.18 100.0 s
8.20 (a) 98.37% to 99.99%; (c) 170 Hz
8.26 144.0, 5.9%

CHAPTER 9

9.2 (b) 44.5 Mbits·s

–1

9.3 –7.5 V, –14 V
9.6 31.8 kHz, 5

µ

s
9.16 (a) 3600 rpm, 15
9.20 1%

CHAPTER 10

10.2 Directions 1, 2, 3, or 4
10.8 (a) 2000 Hz; (b) 80 Hz; (c) 50 Hz; (d) 2000 Hz; (e) 500 Hz; (f) 40 Hz
10.11 (i) 2

1/3

; (iii) Two; (iv) 1/2
10.15 (c) 4.6 g, 30.0 rad·s

–1

; (d) 0.23 cm·s

–1

; 653.3 rad·s

–1

10.17 (c) (i) 25 Hz, 80 g; 50 Hz, 160 g; (ii) 3.2 cm, 160 g; (iii) 3.2 cm, 3.0 m·s

–1

; 29 g; 23 g

CHAPTER 11

11.5 (b) 20 dB/decade; (c) –20 dB/decade
11.6 (a) 0.356 Hz; (b) 0.355 Hz
11.8 0.023, 0.038
11.16 1.0 rad·s

–1

, 0.2

CHAPTER 12

12.6 82.0 N·cm

–1

, 6.1 cm
12.7 2.7

×

10

4

N·m

–1

; 286.0 N·m

–1

·s, 38.1 rad·s

–1

12.8 3.3

×

10

5

N·m

–1

, 7.8

×

10

3

N·m

–1

·s
12.9 3.3, 0.45
12.10 Mount 1
12.11 6.9 gm at –6.6

°

12.12 (b) 8.9 gm at –23

°

12.13 (b) Plane 1: 42.3 gm at 107

°

; Plane 2: 18.8 gm at 121

°

12.14 (c) (iii) 0.4 kg, 2.6 kg
12.15 15.3 gm at 53.4

°

12.23 0.2
12.24 (a) 2338.6 rpm; (b) 3.376 cm; (c) 17
12.28 119.2 rad·s

–1

12.29 (a) 2430 cycles·m

–1

, 3330 cycles·m

–1

; (b) 2616 to 2832 rpm; (c) 2.8

×

10

–3

mm·N

–1

,
18.4

×

10

–3

mm·N

–1

12.30 3.2 kg and 1.7

×

10

5

N·m

–1

12.31 3.33 kg, 1.184

×

10

5

N·m

–1

, 180.4 N·s·m

–1

, 8.26/0.074
12.32 0.1
12.34 (b) 156 rad·s

–1

, 2.75 kg, 1.085

×

10

4

N·m

–1

, 58.7 N·m

–1

·s

31.0. ? 4.31 (d) 2.8 (b) (0. (ii) 102. 0.7 3.73.15 1. (v) 0. (iii) 2 decades. –0.27 × 10–2 rad·s–1 CHAPTER 3 3.16 3.045 (b) 0.871. 0. 2 .0.7 7. (iii) 1024 complex values.964.075.10. 2 . (v) No dimensions 4. 1–200 Hz.75 cosω2t.14 (c) ω0 = 1.22 keq = 3EI/l 3. at 2.7/6).1 4.8 7.08 0 to 2. (iv) 512.25 0. 4/3).564.Answers to Numerical Problems CHAPTER 2 2.765367 rad·s–1.5 3. 1 2 (c) 1.21 1–80 Hz.02 rad·s–1 ©2000 CRC Press .1. 1 (8 3) . (π/3.14 (a) 0. (b) Steel 6. 4. 4–50 Hz. 5/6). 1. (ii) 1.29.14 b c 1 0. –2. 1 0. 0.3974 . meq = 33m/140 2.6 4.77. –72°. 10. (iv) 1/2 octave.18 (c) 6. ω1 = 0. unstable. Yes.847759 rad·s–1. 1 2 (a) –0. unstable. stable 5.9 7.0. First and last 512 give the same values. (vii) 400. sin 0. (viii) 4 Hz 0. 20 Hz–20 kHz.06 × 107 N·m–1 (b) (i) 50. (iii) 50.6424 CHAPTER 4 4.4 s.7 dB (i) 10 samples/s.13 7.5 cm.875 .8603336 l (G ρ) . 7.1 rad·s–1.3 4.01 Hz.25 cosω1t + 0.75 × 10–2 rad·s–1.20 (ii) Meaningless. 3. 3. (e) Yes (c) 1. Problem dependent CHAPTER 5 5. θ1 = 0.08 (b) 0. (π. (ii) r > 1.55 ± j 1.2 4.12 (a) 8. ω2 = 1. 2.6 rad·s–1. (vi) 5 Hz. θ2 = 2 4 cosω1t – 3 2 4 cosω2t CHAPTER 6 6.8603336x/l CHAPTER 7 7.0 rad·s–1.0 × 1010 N·m–2.455 × 103 N·s·m–1 (d) (i) r > 2 .12 3.

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