Free Vibrations Of A Cantilever .
Free Vibrations Of A Cantilever
Description of Free Vibrations Of A Cantilever
Free Vibrations Of A Cantilever is part of a range that explores free vibrations in simple one degree of freedom systems.
It introduces students to key scientific terms such as:
Free Vibrations Of A Cantilever fits to the sturdy Test Frame for study or demonstration. A beam with the mass at the end works in a similar way to a mass spring system - the stiffness of the beam simply replaces the stiffness of the spring. However, in mass spring system, we normally assume a light spring compared to the mass. The vibrating cantilever examines what happen the spring element is not light. Additionally, it examines a beam as a complete self-contained system, forming the mass and the spring. The vibrating cantilever forms a simple and highly visual example of oscillations that may occur in real structures such as aircraft wings
Experiments of Free Vibrations Of A Cantilever
Specifications of Free Vibrations Of A Cantilever
Nett dimensions and weight: (Mounted horizontally) 280 mm high x 670 mm wide x 130 mm front to back and 7.5 kg
Approximate packed volume and weight: 0.07 m3 and 10 kg
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