- 4.4.1: Compute the translational spring constant of a particular steel hel...
- 4.4.2: In the spring arrangement shown in Figure P4.2, the displacement x ...
- 4.4.3: In the arrangement shown in Figure P4.3, a cable is attached to the...
- 4.4.4: In the spring arrangement shown in Figure P4.4, the displacement x ...
- 4.4.5: For the system shown in Figure P4.5, assume that the resulting moti...
- 4.4.6: For the system shown in Figure P4.5, assume that the resulting moti...
- 4.4.7: A table with four identical legs supports a vertical force. The sol...
- 4.4.8: The beam shown in Figure P4.8 has been stiffened by the addition of...
- 4.4.9: Determine the equivalent spring constant of the arrangement shown i...
- 4.4.10: Compute the equivalent torsional spring constant of the stepped sha...
- 4.4.11: Plot the spring force felt by the mass shown in Figure P4.11 as a f...
- 4.4.12: Calculate the expression for the natural frequency of the system sh...
- 4.4.13: Obtain the expression for the natural frequency of the system shown...
- 4.4.14: Obtain the expression for the natural frequency of the system shown...
- 4.4.15: A connecting rod having a mass of 3.6 kg is shown in Figure P4.15. ...
- 4.4.16: Calculate the expression for the natural frequency of the system sh...
- 4.4.17: For each of the systems shown in Figure P4.17, the input is the for...
- 4.4.18: The mass m in Figure P4.18 is attached to a rigid lever having negl...
- 4.4.19: In the pulley system shown in Figure P4.19, the input is the applie...
- 4.4.20: Figure P4.20 illustrates a cylindrical buoy floating in water with ...
- 4.4.21: Figure P4.21 shows the cross-sectional view of a ship undergoing ro...
- 4.4.22: In the system shown in Figure P4.22, the input is the angular displ...
- 4.4.23: In Figure P4.23, assume that the cylinder rolls without slipping. T...
- 4.4.24: In Figure P4.24 when x1 = x2 = 0 the springs are at their free leng...
- 4.4.25: In Figure P4.25 model the three shafts as massless torsional spring...
- 4.4.26: In Figure P4.26 when 1 = 2 = 0 the spring is at its free length. De...
- 4.4.27: Consider the torsion-bar suspension shown in Figure 4.1.6. Assume t...
- 4.4.28: For the system shown in Figure P4.28, suppose that k1 = k, k2 = k3 ...
- 4.4.29: For the system shown in Figure P4.29, suppose that R2 = 2R1, m1 = m...
- 4.4.30: For Figure P4.30, assume that the cylinder rolls without slipping a...
- 4.4.31: For Figure P4.31, the equilibrium position corresponds to x = 0. Ne...
- 4.4.32: For Figure P4.32, the equilibrium position corresponds to x = 0. Ne...
- 4.4.33: Use the Rayleigh method to obtain an expression for the natural fre...
- 4.4.34: For Figure P4.34, assume that the cylinder rolls without slipping a...
- 4.4.35: Use the Rayleigh method to obtain an expression for the natural fre...
- 4.4.36: Use an energy method to obtain the expression for the natural frequ...
- 4.4.37: Determine the natural frequency of the system shown in Figure P4.37...
- 4.4.38: Determine the natural frequency of the system shown in Figure P4.38...
- 4.4.39: Use Rayleighs method to calculate the expression for the natural fr...
- 4.4.40: Use Rayleighs method to obtain the expression for the natural frequ...
- 4.4.41: Determine the natural frequency of the system shown in Figure P4.41...
- 4.4.42: Determine the natural frequency of the system shown in Figure P4.41...
- 4.4.43: The vibration of a motor mounted on the end of a cantilever beam ca...
- 4.4.44: The vibration of a motor mounted in the middle of a fixed-end beam ...
- 4.4.45: The vibration of a motor mounted in the middle of a simply-supporte...
- 4.4.46: A certain cantilever beam vibrates at a frequency of 5 Hz when a 30...
- 4.4.47: A 10-kg mass is attached to a 2 kg spring. The mass vibrates at a f...
- 4.4.48: The static deflection of a cantilever beam is described by xy = P 6...
- 4.4.49: Figure P4.49 shows a winch supported by a cantilever beam at the st...
- 4.4.50: A 50-kg block is placed on an inclined plane whose angle with the h...
- 4.4.51: A certain mass-spring-damper system has the following equation of m...
- 4.4.52: For each of the systems shown in Figure P4.52, the input is the for...
- 4.4.53: In Figure P4.53 a motor supplies a torque T to turn a drum of radiu...
- 4.4.54: Derive the equation of motion for the lever system shown in Figure ...
- 4.4.55: In the system shown in Figure P4.55, the input is the displacement ...
- 4.4.56: Figure P4.56a shows a Houdaille damper, which is a device attached ...
- 4.4.57: Refer to Figure P4.57. Determine the relations between c, c1, and c...
- 4.4.58: For the system shown in Figure P4.58, obtain the equation of motion...
- 4.4.59: Find the transfer function Z(s)X(s) for the system shown in Figure ...
- 4.4.60: Find the transfer function Y (s)X(s) for the system shown in Figure...
- 4.4.61: Find the transfer function Y (s)X(s) for the system shown in Figure...
- 4.4.62: The mass m in Figure P4.62 is attached to a rigid rod having an ine...
- 4.4.63: In the system shown in Figure P4.63, the input is the force f and t...
- 4.4.64: In the system shown in Figure P4.64, the input is the displacement ...
- 4.4.65: Figure P4.65 shows a rack-and-pinion gear in which a damping force ...
- 4.4.66: Figure P4.66 shows a drive train with a spur-gear pair.
- 4.4.67: Assuming that is small, derive the equations of motion of the syste...
- 4.4.68: Assuming that is small, derive the equation of motion of the pendul...
- 4.4.69: Assuming that is small, derive the equation of motion of the pendul...
- 4.4.70: Figure P4.70 shows a quarter-car model that includes the mass of th...
- 4.4.71: The top view of a solid door is shown in Figure P4.71. The door has...
- 4.4.72: Derive the equation of motion for the system shown in Figure P4.72....
- 4.4.73: A boxcar moving at 1.3 m/s hits the shock absorber at the end of th...
- 4.4.74: For the systems shown in Figure P4.74, as
- 4.4.75: Refer to Figure P4.75a, which shows a ships propeller, drive train,...
- 4.4.76: In this problem, we make all the same assumptions as in 4.75, but w...
- 4.4.77: Refer to Figure P4.77, which shows a turbine driving an electrical ...
- 4.4.78: Refer to Figure P4.78, which is a simplified representation of a ve...
- 4.4.79: Refer to Figure P4.79a, which shows a water tank subjected to a bla...
- 4.4.80: The sky crane shown on the text cover was a novel solution to the p...
- 4.4.81: Obtain the equations of motion for the system shown in Figure P4.81...
- 4.4.82: Obtain the equations of motion for the system shown in Figure P4.82...
- 4.4.83: In Figure P4.83 a tractor and a trailer is used to carry objects, s...
- 4.4.84: Suppose a mass m moving with a speed v1
- 4.4.85: Consider the system shown in Figure 4.6.3. Suppose that the mass m ...
- 4.4.86: The mass m1 is dropped from rest a distance h onto the mass m2, whi...
- 4.4.87: Figure P4.87 shows a mass m with an attached stiffness, such as tha...
- 4.4.88: Figure P4.88 represents a drop forging process. The anvil mass is m...
- 4.4.89: Refer to Figure P4.89. A mass m drops from a height h and hits and ...
- 4.4.90: (a) Obtain the equations of motion of the system shown in Figure P4...
- 4.4.91: (a) Obtain the equations of motion of the system shown in Figure P4...
- 4.4.92: Refer to part (a) of 4.90. Use MATLAB to obtain the transfer functi...
- 4.4.93: Refer to 4.91. Use MATLAB to obtain the transfer functions 1(s)/ T2...
- 4.4.94: (a) Obtain the equations of motion of the system shown in Figure P4...
- 4.4.95: (a) Obtain the equations of motion of the system shown in Figure P4...

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