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    Vibratory System

    How to make a simulation of the differential equation that represents a mass spring system vibrating?


    Considering free vibrations
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    Is there any site on the spring mass system with vibration damped?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Apprentice123 View Post
    Is there any site on the spring mass system with vibration damped?
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    Quote Originally Posted by skeeter View Post
    Thank you. I found the equation for the system without damping

    Vibration damping with I did not find any material that can help me.

    I have to find the equation for a mass spring system with vibration damped, using the differential equations:

    y(t) = Acoswt + Bsinwt
    y'(t) = -Awsinwt + Bwcoswt
    y''(t) = -Aw^2coswt - Bw^2sinwt
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