By Roger F. Gans
This crucial textbook issues research and keep watch over of engineering mechanisms, which include virtually any gear with relocating elements utilized in everyday life, from musical tools to robots. a selected attribute of this publication is that it offers with huge breadth and rigor either vibrations and controls. Many modern texts mix either one of those subject matters in one, one time period path. this article helps the extra favorable condition the place the cloth is roofed in a twelve months series comprises sufficient fabric for a semester series, however it is additionally utilized in a unmarried semester path combining issues. “Mechanical structures: A Unified method of Vibrations and Controls” offers a typical notation and method of those heavily similar components. Examples from the either vibrations and controls parts are built-in all through this text.
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It is amenable to linear analysis, which dry friction is not. I will use it more or less universally in this text; thus the model shown in Fig. 2 is an appropriate place to start our study of one degree of freedom problems. 2 The One Degree of Freedom Equation of Motion We can write a single differential equation governing the motion of the mass shown in Fig. 1 considering it to be a free body acted on by the force shown and the spring and damper forces. 4 shows a free body diagram of the mass.
Cambridge University Press, New York 2 One Degree of Freedom Systems In which we explore many facets of the analysis of mechanical systems in the context of a simple one degree of freedom system. . 1 Development The basic building blocks for models of mechanisms are masses, springs, and dampers (sometimes called dashpots). Automobile shock absorbers and the piston in screen and storm door closers are common examples of dampers. The motion of a mass is governed by the forces applied to it. 2 shows a fundamental one degree of freedom system.
Symbolically, we can find yP1 as the solution to €yP1 þ 2ζωn y_ P1 þ ω2n yP1 ¼ Af ejωt t 2j and write yP ¼ yP1 þ yP1 Ã where the asterisk denotes complex conjugate. 2 Mathematical Analysis of the One Degree of Freedom Systems 45 We solve this equation for yQ and take its real part to give yP. That is a relatively easy task. This is an important point, however, so I will spend a bit of time going through the details. First multiply the original equation by 2 and move the j on the right-hand side to the numerator (multiply top and bottom by j) À Á 2€yP þ 4ζωn y_ P þ 2ω2n yP ¼ ÀjAf ejωt t À eÀjωt t Replace yP by its expression in terms of yP1 and its conjugate À Á 2ð€yP1 þ €yP1 ÃÞ þ 4ζωn ðy_ P1 þ y_ P1 ÃÞ þ 2ω2n ðyP1 þ yP1 ÃÞ ¼ ÀjAf ejωt t À eÀjωt t Define yQ as twice yP, and write this as two equivalent equations €yQ þ 2ζωn y_ Q þ ω2n yQ ¼ ÀjAf ejωt t €yQ Ã þ2ζωn y_ Q Ã þω2n yQ Ã ¼ jAf eÀjωt t It is clear that the particular solution to either will be proportional to the exponential, and we find directly that the complex amplitude of the solution is YQ ¼ À À jAf jAf ð1 À r 2 À 2jζr Þ Á ¼ À ω2n À ω2f þ 2jζωn ωf ω2 ð1 À r 2 Þ2 þ ð2ζr Þ2 n Parts of this formula should look familiar.