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Free Vibration is if a system, after an initial disturbance, is left to vibrate on its own, the ensuing

vibration is known as free vibration. No external force acts on the system. The oscillation of a simple

pendulum is an example of free vibration. The system under free vibration will vibrate at one or more of

its natural frequencies, which are properties of the dynamic system established by its mass and stiffness

distribution.

Spring-mass system in a horizontal position is when the undamped single degree of freedom. The mass is

supported on a frictionless rollers and can have translator motion in the horizontal direction. The

unstretched length of the spring is

The application of Eq. (1) to the mass

(1)

m x =kx

Or

m x +kx =0

(2)

Where

x = d x2

dt

In this experiment, we are using a spring-mass system in vertical position. At rest the mass will hang in a

position called static equilibrium position, in which the upward spring force exactly balances the

downward gravitational force on the mass. In this position the length of the spring is

s t is the static deflection- the elongation due to the weight W of the mass m.

l 0+ st , where

Static equilibrium,

W =mg=k st

Where g is the acceleration due to gravity. Let the mass be deflected a distance from its static equilibrium

position; then the spring force is k ( x +

m x =k ( x + st ) +W

(3)

And since

st =W

, we obtain

m x +kx =0

(4)

Notice that Eqs. (3) and (4) are identical. This indicates that when a mass moves in a vertical direction,

we can ignore its weight, provided we measure x from its static equilibrium position.

Equation (1) can also be derived by using the conservation of energy principle. To apply this principle,

first note that the system is conservative. Since there is no energy dissipation due to damping. During

vibration, the energy of the system is partly kinetic and partly potential. The kinetic energy T is stored in

the mass by virtue of its velocity, and the potential energy U is stored in the spring by virtue of its eleastic

deformation. Due to the conversation of energy, we have

T + U = constant

Or

d

(T +U )=0

dt

(5)

T=

1

2

m x

(6)

And

1

U= k x 2

2

(7)

Substitution of eqs. (6) and (7) into eq. (5) yields the desired equation

m x +kx =0

(8)

x ( t )=C e st

(9)

Where C and s are constants to be determined. Substitution of Eq. (9) into eq. (8) gives

C ( m s 2+ k ) =0

m s2 + k=0

And hence

1

k 2

= i wn

m

s=

1 1 /2

Where

i= and

k 1/ 2

m

w n=

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