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  • Whole lot of shakin' goin' on
    , there is relative motion when the frequency of a noise source coincides with a mechanical resonance. The amount of relative motion depends on the input noise level and the mechanical gain or amplification at resonance. The mechanical structure can be modeled as a second-order, mass-damper-spring
  • Spend Your Time Engineering, Not on Differential Equations
    with something as simple as a spring-mass-damper system, for example, users must draw the free body diagram and then generate the governing equations between the physical components. Next, users must derive the differential equations for the system, convert them to integral form, and, finally, break
  • Making Mechanisms Move
    in the program itself or imported via .dxf files. Models have physical properties that include mass, static and kinetic friction, elasticity, moment of inertia, and electrostatic charge. Available constraints in PC-based programs include pulleys, joints, dampers, ropes, inflexible rods, springs, actuators

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