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TALLER 1: Vibraciones Libres

I. Ecuaciones
1. Resolver en Mathcad las siguientes ecuaciones características y evalúelas
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Ejemplo resuelto

04 m and it is released from rest. Determine the differential equation of motion. A single degree of freedom mass-spring system consists of a 10 kgs mass suspended by a linear spring which has a stiffness coefficient of 6 x 103 N/m. Problemas 1. The mass is given an initial displacement of 0. and the natural frequency of the system.II. Determine also the maximum velocity. Solution: .

. Determine the amplitude of vibration and the maximum velocity. The oscillatory motion of an undamped single degree of freedom system is such that the mass has maximum acceleration of 50 m/s2 and has natural frequency of 30 Hz.2.

Also determine the maximum velocity and the total energy of the system.1591549 Hz .3.02 m and Xo = 3 m/s. The undamped single degree offreedom system of Problem 1 is subjected to the initial conditions Xo = 0. Solution: 4. A single degree of freedom undamped mass-spring system is subjected to an impact loading which results in an initial velocity of 5 m/s. If the mass is equal to 10 kg and the spring stiffness is equal to 6 x 103 N/m. 1 rad/s = 1/2π Hz = 0. Determine the system response as a function of time. determine the system response as a function of time.

Determine also the system natural frequency. The system shown in Fig. mass m. P4 consists of a uniform rod which has length I. Determine the system differential equation of motion for small oscillations. Solution Free body diagram .5. The rod is supported by two springs which have stiffness coefficients kl and k2' as shown in the figure. and mass moment of inertia about its mass center I.

P6 consists of a mass m and a uniform circular rod of mass m" length I. The system shown in Fig. Assuming small oscillations. . and mass moment of inertia I about its mass center. derive the system differential equation of motion and determine the natural frequency of the system. The rod is connected to the ground by a spring which has a stiffness coefficient k.6. Determine the system response as a function of time.

solution Free body diagram . P7 have modulus of rigidity G1 and G2 . derive the differential equation of the system and determine the system natural frequency. If the shafts shown in Fig.7.

Derive the differential equation of motion of the system shown in Fig. . P8. Determine the natural frequency of the system.8.

10 solution Free body diagram . length /. Fig.9. Obtain the differential equation of motion and determine the natural frequency of the system for small oscillation. The bar is supported by two springs kl and k2. The uniform bar shown in Fig. as shown in the figure. and mass moment of inertia I about its mass center. Pl0 has mass m.

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1 3. Derive the system equation of motion and determine the natural frequency. and mass moment of inertia I. P12 consists of a uniform bar and a mass m. The system is supported by two springs which have stiffness coefficients k.11 3. mass m. The bar has length I.4 3. rigidly attached to one end of the bar.14 3.3 3.13 3.2 3. Fig 12 Impares resueltos 3.10.18 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 .17 3.15 3. and k2 . The bar is connected to the ground by a pin joint at O.The system shown in Fig.