- 8.8/1: When a 3-kg collar is placed upon the pan which is attached to the ...
- 8.8/2: Determine the natural frequency of the spring-mass system in both r...
- 8.8/3: For the system of Prob. determine the displacement x of the mass as...
- 8.8/4: For the system of Prob. determine the displacement x of the mass as...
- 8.8/5: For the spring-mass system shown, determine the static defection th...
- 8.8/6: The cylinder of the system of Prob. is displaced 0.1 m downward fro...
- 8.8/7: The vertical plunger has a mass of 2.5 kg and is supported by the t...
- 8.8/8: If the 100-kg mass has a downward velocity of as it passes through ...
- 8.8/9: Calculate the natural frequency of vertical oscillation of the spri...
- 8.8/10: An old car being moved by a magnetic crane pickup is dropped from a...
- 8.8/11: A conventional spring scale registers the normal force which it exe...
- 8.8/12: During the design of the spring-support system for the weighing pla...
- 8.8/13: Replace the springs in each of the two cases shown by a single spri...
- 8.8/14: With the assumption of no slipping, determine the mass m of the blo...
- 8.8/15: An energy-absorbing car bumper with its springs initially undeforme...
- 8.8/16: A woman stands in the center of an endsupported board and causes a ...
- 8.8/17: A small particle of mass m is attached to two highly tensioned wire...
- 8.8/18: The cylindrical buoy floats in salt water (density ) and has a mass...
- 8.8/19: Shown in the figure is a model of a one-story building. The bar of ...
- 8.8/20: A piece of putty is dropped 2 m onto the initially stationary block...
- 8.8/21: Calculate the frequency of vertical oscillation of the block when i...
- 8.8/22: The weighing platform has a mass m and is connected to the spring o...
- 8.8/23: Calculate the natural circular frequency of the system shown in the...
- 8.8/24: Derive the differential equation of motion for the system shown in ...
- 8.8/25: Determine the value of the damping ratio for the simple spring-mass...
- 8.8/26: The period of damped linear oscillation for a certain mass is 0.3 s...
- 8.8/27: Viscous damping is added to an initially undamped spring-mass syste...
- 8.8/28: The addition of damping to an undamped springmass system causes its...
- 8.8/29: Determine the value of the viscous damping coeffi- cient c for whic...
- 8.8/30: The spring-supported cylinder is set into free vertical vibration a...
- 8.8/31: The figure represents the measured displacementtime relationship fo...
- 8.8/32: The mass of Prob. is released from rest at a distance to the right ...
- 8.8/33: A damped spring-mass system is released from rest from a positive i...
- 8.8/34: Determine the values of the viscous damping coeffi- cient for which...
- 8.8/35: Further design refinement for the weighing platform of Prob. 8/12 i...
- 8.8/36: The system shown is released from rest from an initial position Det...
- 8.8/37: The mass of a given critically damped system is released at time fr...
- 8.8/38: The mass of the system shown is released from rest at in. when Dete...
- 8.8/39: The cannon fires a cannonball with an absolute velocity of at to th...
- 8.8/40: The owner of a pickup truck tests the action of his rear-wheel shoc...
- 8.8/41: Determine the damping ratio of the system depicted in the figure. T...
- 8.8/42: Derive the differential equation of motion for the system shown in ...
- 8.8/43: Develop the equation of motion in terms of the variable x for the s...
- 8.8/44: Investigate the case of Coulomb damping for the block shown, where ...
- 8.8/45: Determine the amplitude X of the steady-state motion of the mass if...
- 8.8/46: A viscously damped spring-mass system is excited by a harmonic forc...
- 8.8/47: The cart is acted upon by the harmonic force shown in the figure. I...
- 8.8/48: If the viscous damping coefficient of the damper in the system of P...
- 8.8/49: If the driving frequency for the system of Prob. is determine the r...
- 8.8/50: The block of weight is suspended by two springs each of stiffness a...
- 8.8/51: An external force sin is applied to the cylinder as shown. What val...
- 8.8/52: A viscously damped spring-mass system is forced harmonically at the...
- 8.8/53: A linear spring-mass oscillator has a viscous damping factor and an...
- 8.8/54: It was noted in the text that the maxima of the curves for the magn...
- 8.8/55: Each ball is attached to the end of the light elastic rod and defle...
- 8.8/56: The motion of the outer frame B is given by b sin For what range of...
- 8.8/57: The variable-speed motorized unit is restrained in the horizontal d...
- 8.8/58: When the person stands in the center of the floor system shown, he ...
- 8.8/59: The instrument shown has a mass of 43 kg and is spring-mounted to t...
- 8.8/60: Attachment B is given a horizontal motion Derive the equation of mo...
- 8.8/61: Attachment B is given a horizontal motion Derive the equation of mo...
- 8.8/62: Derive an expression for the transmission ratio for the system of t...
- 8.8/63: A device to produce vibrations consists of the two counter-rotating...
- 8.8/64: The seismic instrument shown is attached to a structure which has a...
- 8.8/65: A device similar to that shown in Prob. is to be used to measure th...
- 8.8/66: Derive and solve the equation of motion for the mass which is subje...
- 8.8/67: Derive and solve the equation of motion for the mass m in terms of ...
- 8.8/68: The seismic instrument is mounted on a structure which has a vertic...
- 8.8/69: Determine the amplitude of vertical vibration of the spring-mounted...
- 8.8/70: Derive the expression for the power loss P averaged over a complete...
- 8.8/71: The light rod and attached sphere of mass m are at rest in the hori...
- 8.8/72: Derive the differential equation for small oscillations of the spri...
- 8.8/73: A uniform rectangular plate pivots about a horizontal axis through ...
- 8.8/74: Determine the natural frequency for small oscillations in the verti...
- 8.8/75: The thin square plate is suspended from a socket (not shown) which ...
- 8.8/76: If the square plate of Prob. is made to oscillate about axis determ...
- 8.8/77: The rectangular frame is formed of a uniform slender rod and is sus...
- 8.8/78: If the rectangular frame of Prob. is made to oscillate about axis d...
- 8.8/79: The flywheel is suspended from its center by a wire from a fixed su...
- 8.8/80: The circular ring of radius r is suspended from a socket (not shown...
- 8.8/81: A spring-loaded homogeneous plate of mass m pivots freely about a v...
- 8.8/82: The mass of the uniform slender rod is 3 kg. Determine the position...
- 8.8/83: Determine the expression for the natural frequency of small oscilla...
- 8.8/84: The uniform rod of mass m is freely pivoted about point O. Assume s...
- 8.8/85: When the motor is slowly brought up to speed, a rather large vibrat...
- 8.8/86: The center of mass G of the ship may be assumed to be at the center...
- 8.8/87: The system of Prob. 8/42 is repeated here. If the link AB now has m...
- 8.8/88: Determine the period of small oscillations of the semicylinder of m...
- 8.8/89: The circular sector of mass m is cut from steel plate of uniform th...
- 8.8/90: Two identical uniform bars are welded together at a right angle and...
- 8.8/91: The uniform solid cylinder of mass m and radius r rolls without sli...
- 8.8/92: The homogeneous solid cylindrical pulley has mass and radius r. If ...
- 8.8/93: The cart B is given the harmonic displacement Determine the steady-...
- 8.8/94: The circular disk of mass m and moment of inertia I about its centr...
- 8.8/95: The segmented dummy of Prob. is repeated here. The hip joint O is a...
- 8.8/96: The elements of the swing-axle type of independent rear suspension ...
- 8.8/97: The potential energy V of a linear spring-mass system is given in i...
- 8.8/98: Derive the equation of motion for the pendulum which consists of th...
- 8.8/99: The spoked wheel of radius r, mass m, and centroidal radius of gyra...
- 8.8/100: A uniform rod of mass m and length l is welded at one end to the ri...
- 8.8/101: The length of the spring is adjusted so that the equilibrium positi...
- 8.8/102: Calculate the frequency of vertical oscillation of the system shown...
- 8.8/103: By the method of this article, determine the period of vertical osc...
- 8.8/104: The homogeneous circular cylinder of Prob. repeated here, rolls wit...
- 8.8/105: The uniform slender rod of length l and mass is secured to the unif...
- 8.8/106: The ends of the uniform slender bar of mass m and length L move fre...
- 8.8/107: Develop an expression for the natural circular frequency of the sys...
- 8.8/108: Determine the period of vertical oscillations for the system compos...
- 8.8/109: Derive the natural frequency of the system composed of two homogene...
- 8.8/110: Each of the two uniform slender bars is hinged freely at A with its...
- 8.8/111: The thin homogeneous panel of mass m is hinged to swing freely abou...
- 8.8/112: The block is supported by the two links with two torsion springs, e...
- 8.8/113: The semicylinder of mass m and radius r rolls without slipping on t...
- 8.8/114: The front-end suspension of an automobile is shown. Each of the coi...
- 8.8/115: If the spring-loaded frame is given a slight vertical disturbance f...
- 8.8/116: The uniform slender rod of length 2b is supported in the horizontal...
- 8.8/117: The semicircular cylindrical shell of radius r with small but unifo...
- 8.8/118: A hole of radius is drilled through a cylinder of radius R to form ...
- 8.8/119: Determine the value of the damping coefficient c for which the syst...
- 8.8/120: A I-beam is being hoisted by the cable arrangement shown. Determine...
- 8.8/121: The uniform circular disk is suspended by a socket (not shown) whic...
- 8.8/122: The block of mass M is suspended by the two uniform slender rods ea...
- 8.8/123: The triangular frame is constructed of uniform slender rod and pivo...
- 8.8/124: Determine the period for small oscillations of the assembly compose...
- 8.8/125: A slender rod is shaped into the semicircle of radius r as shown. D...
- 8.8/126: Determine the largest amplitude for which the uniform circular disk...
- 8.8/127: Calculate the damping ratio of the system shown if the weight and r...
- 8.8/128: The cylinder A of radius r, mass m, and radius of gyration is drive...
- 8.8/129: With collar A held in position, a static horizontal force of 3 lb a...
- 8.8/130: The seismic instrument shown is secured to a ships deck near the st...
- 8.8/131: An experimental engine weighing 480 lb is mounted on a test stand w...
- 8.8/132: The uniform bar of mass M and length l has a small roller of mass m...
- 8.8/133: The mass of the system shown is released with the initial condition...
- 8.8/134: The oscillator contains an unbalanced motor whose speed N in revolu...
- 8.8/135: Plot the response x of the body over the time interval second. Dete...
- 8.8/136: Shown in the figure are the elements of a displacement meter used t...
- 8.8/137: The cylinder is attached to a viscous damper and to the spring of s...
- 8.8/138: Determine and plot the response as a function of time for the undam...
- 8.8/139: The damped linear oscillator of mass spring constant and viscous da...

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