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Forced vibration and resonance
system. Calculate the amplitude of vibration for (i) w = 50 rad
sl, (fi) w = 99rad s~?, and (iii) w = 150rad s~!
42 A single driving force produces steady-state oscillations with an
amplitude of 0.001 m. A second driving force of the frequency
same as that of the first and acting on the same system produces
steady-state amplitude of 0.002 m. When both the forces are
acting simultaneously, the steady-state amplitude is 0.0015 m.
Find the phase difference between the two forces.
34 A seismometer has a period of 40.8 and a Q-factor of 3. Due to
a violent earthquake, the earth’s surface may oscillate with a
period of 1200 s having the amplitude maximum of acceleration
10-* ms~?. What is the corresponding displacement amplitude
if'this signal is to be detected?
45 Anoscillator is driven by a force F = Fosint. The amplitudes
cf oscillation decrease by a factor a, for every cycle. Calculate
the amplitude of oscillation if w is the resonant frequency.
36 Show that the amplitude of oscillation A is maximum for an
oxillation when the driving frequency w = /wg — 62/2m?,
47 A mass of 1 kg is attached to a spring of force constant
300 Nm~!. The damping constant 6 = 1.5 Nsm7!. It is
driven by a sinusoidal force of maximum value 8 N and angular
frequency w = 9 rads~!. Find the resonant frequency and the
amplitude of vibrations at resonance.
"9A mass of 1.5 kg is attached to a spring of force constant
500 Nm=? and placed on a smooth horizontal surface. A sec-
ond mass of 1 kg slides along the surface towards the first mass
with a velocity of 4 ms~!. Assuming the collision to be per-
fectly elastic and that the two masses remain together after the
impact, find the amplitude and the period of oscillation.
389A sphere of mass 2 kg attains a terminal velocity of 20 ms~!
when dropped in air (drag force = —bv). It is attached to a
spring of force constant k = 300 Nmo' and oscillates in air56 Oscillations and waves
with an initial amplitude of 0:2 m. Calculate the Q-factor of
the oscillator.
3.10 Show that at the half power points, the absorption curve defines
the phase angles tan
3.11 An iron ball of mass 0.6 kg hangs on a spring with a force
constant 900 Nm™!, An alternating magnetic field acts on
the ball with a sinusoidal force whose amplitude is 1.5 N. The
Q-factor of the system is 25. Find the amplitude of forced
oscillations for w = wo, w = (3/4)wo and w = (3/2)wo.
3.12 Two forced harmonic oscillations have equal displacement am-
plitudes at frequencies w; =450 rads} and w = 700 rad s~!
Find the resonant frequency at which the displacement ampli-
tude is maximum,
3.13 The velocity amplitude of a particle is equal to half the maxi-
mum value at frequencies w; and wz of the external harmonic
force. Find (a) the frequency corresponding to the velocity
resonance and (6) the damping coefficient and the damped os-
cillation frequency w of the particle

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