- 13.13.1: The 0.5-kg mass shown in Figure P13.1 is attached to the frame with...
- 13.13.2: A quarter-car representation of a certain car has a stiffness k = 2...
- 13.13.3: A certain factory contains a heavy rotating machine that causes the...
- 13.13.4: An electronics module inside an aircraft must be mounted on an elas...
- 13.13.5: An electronics module used to control a large crane must be isolate...
- 13.13.6: An instrument weighing 5 lb is mounted on the housing of a pump tha...
- 13.13.7: Figure P13.7 shows a system being driven by base excitation through...
- 13.13.8: Consider the vehicle suspension problem in Example 13.1.1. Investig...
- 13.13.9: Consider the vehicle suspension problem in Example 13.1.1. Suppose ...
- 13.13.10: Alternating-current motors are often designed to run at a constant ...
- 13.13.11: When a certain motor is started, it is noticed that its supporting ...
- 13.13.12: A 500-lb motor is supported by an elastic pad that deflects 0.25 in...
- 13.13.13: A certain pump weighs 50 lb and has a rotating unbalance. The unbal...
- 13.13.14: To calculate the effects of rotating unbalance, we need to know the...
- 13.13.15: A computer disk drive is mounted to the computers chassis with an i...
- 13.13.16: 13.16 Figure P13.16 shows a motor mounted on four springs (the seco...
- 13.13.17: A motor mounted on a cantilever beam weighs 20 lb and runs at the c...
- 13.13.18: A motor mounted on a beam vibrates too much when it runs at a speed...
- 13.13.19: The supporting table of a radial saw weighs 160 lb. When the saw op...
- 13.13.20: A certain machine of mass 8 kg with supports has an experimentally ...
- 13.13.21: The operating speed range of a certain motor is from 1500 to 3000 r...
- 13.13.22: Figure P13.22 shows another type of vibration absorber that uses on...
- 13.13.23: Figure P13.23 shows another type of vibration absorber that uses ma...
- 13.13.24: Find and interpret the mode ratios for the system shown in Figure P...
- 13.13.25: Find and interpret the mode ratios for the coupled pendulum system ...
- 13.13.26: Find and interpret the mode ratios for the torsional system shown i...
- 13.13.27: Find and interpret the mode ratios for the system shown in Figure P...
- 13.13.28: For the roll-pitch vehicle model described in Example 13.4.2, the s...
- 13.13.29: A particular road vehicle weighs 4000 lb. Using the quarter-car mod...
- 13.13.30: The vehicle model shown in Figure 13.4.2(a) has the following param...
- 13.13.31: A 125-kg machine has a passive isolation system for which c = 5000 ...
- 13.13.32: A 20-kg machine has a passive isolation system whose damping ratio ...
- 13.13.33: With the increased availability of powered wheelchairs, improved su...
- 13.13.34: The following model describes a mass supported by a nonlinear sprin...
- 13.13.35: The following is a model of the velocity of an object subjected to ...
- 13.13.36: Find the equilibria of equation (13.6.10) for m = 1, c = 12, k1 = 1...
- 13.13.37: Use a numerical method to compute and plot the free response of equ...
- 13.13.38: Plot the phase plane plots for the following equations and the init...
- 13.13.39: Plot the phase plane plot for the following equation with the initi...
- 13.13.40: Plot the phase plane plot and identify the limit cycle for Van der ...
- 13.13.41: Use MATLAB to obtain the root locus plot of 5s2 + cs + 45 = 0 for c 0.
- 13.13.42: Use MATLAB to obtain the root locus plot of the equation ms2 + cs +...
- 13.13.43: Use MATLAB to obtain the root locus plot of the equation ms2 + cs +...
- 13.13.44: Use MATLAB to obtain the root locus plot of the model mx + cx + (k1...
- 13.13.45: Use MATLAB to obtain the root locus plot of the model mx + (c1 + c2...
- 13.13.46: Consider the two-mass model shown in Figure P13.46. Use the followi...

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