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Old Dec 18th 2009, 09:16 AM   #1
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System mass-spring

Simulations of the differential equation that represents a vibratory system mass-spring

-Vibration Free.
-Damped vibration.
Vibration-damping with Sub;
With Super-Vibration damping;
-Forced Mechanical Vibrations.
The effect Batting;
The effect of resonance

The system mass-spring:

$\displaystyle m \frac{d^2(x)}{dt^2} + \gamma \frac{d(x)}{dt} + kx = F_o cos(wt)$

In vibration free not have:

Friction Force

External force

$\displaystyle m \frac{d^2(x)}{dt^2} + kx = 0$

I correct ?

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