Mechanical vibrations : theory and applications by S Graham Kelly

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Systems undergoing mechanical vibrations are not subject to nuclear reactions is an example of an explicit assumption. A basic law of nature is proven only empirically. The point of application of surface forces is anywhere in the body. The number of degrees of freedom necessary to model a mechanical system is not unique. Distributed parameter systems are another name for discrete systems. The Buckingham Pi theorem is used to predict how many non-dimensional variables are used in a dimensionless formulation of a dimensional relationship.

Gravity forces are the only external forces that do work; hence conservation of energy applies between t2 and t3. 45), T2 + V2 = T3 + V3 (c) The potential energy of a gravity force is the magnitude of the force times the distance its point of application is above a horizontal datum plane. Choosing the datum as the Copyright 2011 Cengage Learning. All Rights Reserved. May not be copied, scanned, or duplicated, in whole or in part. Due to electronic rights, some third party content may be suppressed from the eBook and/or eChapter(s).

What is a free-body diagram (FBD)? How is it used in modeling mechanical systems? 15 define (a) X, (b) ␻, and (c) ␾. The phase angle for a mechanical system is calculated as 26°. Does the response lead or lag a pure sinusoid? What is the distinction between a particle and a rigid body? What are the criteria for a rigid body to undergo planar motion? The acceleration of a particle traveling in a circular path has two components. What are they? Particle A and particle B are fixed particles on a rigid body undergoing planar motion.

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