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Analysis and Simulation of Simple Dynamic Systems

: Forhad Ahmed
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Dynamic Systems (as they are used in this worksheet) are mechanical systems comprising of masses and constraints. Constraints are a set of rules that have to be followed as the masses are allowed to move freely. For example, a very simple dynamic system might be that of a pendulum. The constraint of a pendulum is that one mass has to stay at a fixed distance from a fixed mass (rigid-rod constraint). Examples of more complex system are a double pendulum and a triple pendulum. 4 case studies are presented in this work sheet: Damped Oscillation, Resonance, Bead on wire, and Vibrating Tower. A practice problem can be found at the end of the work sheet.

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Publish Date: October 07, 2002
Created In: Maple 7
Language: English

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