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# Elementary Differential Equations and Boundary Value Problems - Boyce W.E.

Boyce W.E. Elementary Differential Equations and Boundary Value Problems - John Wiley & Sons, 2001. - 1310 p.
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FIGURE 3.9.3 Forced vibration with damping: amplitude of steady-state response versus frequency of driving force; Ã = ó1 /
3.9 Forced Vibrations
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FIGURE 3.9.4 A forced vibration with damping; solution of u" + 0.125 u' + u = 3 cos2t, u(0) = 2, U(0) = 0.
More precisely, we find that A = V145/4 = 3.0104, so R = F0/A = 0.9965. Further, cos S = —3/A = -0.9965 and sin 5 = 1/4A = 0.08305, so that S = 3.0585. Thus the calculated values of R and S are close to the values estimated from the graph.
PROBLEMS In each of Problems 1 through 4 write the given expression as a product of two trigonometric
functions of different frequencies.
1. cos9t — cos7t 2. sin7t — sin6t
3. cosnt + cos2nt 4. sin3f + sin4f
5. A mass weighing 4 lb stretches a spring 1.5 in. The mass is displaced 2 in. in the positive
direction from its equilibrium position and released with no initial velocity. Assuming that
there is no damping and that the mass is acted on by an external force of 2 cos 3t lb, formulate the initial value problem describing the motion of the mass.
6. A mass of 5 kg stretches a spring 10 cm. The mass is acted on by an external force of
10 sin(t/2) N (newtons) and moves in a medium that imparts a viscous force of 2 N when
the speed of the mass is 4 cm/sec. If the mass is set in motion from its equilibrium position with an initial velocity of 3 cm/sec, formulate the initial value problem describing the motion of the mass.
> 7. (a) Find the solution of Problem 5.
(b) Plot the graph of the solution.
(c) If the given external force is replaced by a force 4 sin rnt of frequency rn, find the value of rn for which resonance occurs.
> 8. (a) Find the solution of the initial value problem in Problem 6.
(b) Identify the transient and steady-state parts of the solution.
(c) Plot the graph of the steady-state solution.
(d) If the given external force is replaced by a force 2 cos rnt of frequency rn, find the value of rn for which the amplitude of the forced response is maximum.
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Chapter 3. Second Order Linear Equations
9. If an undamped spring-mass system with a mass that weighs 6 lb and a spring constant 1 lb/in. is suddenly set in motion at t = 0 by an external force of 4 cos 7t lb, determine the position of the mass at any time and draw a graph of the displacement versus t.
10. A mass that weighs 8 lb stretches a spring 6 in. The system is acted on by an external force of 8 sin 81 lb. If the mass is pulled down 3 in. and then released, determine the position of the mass at any time. Determine the first four times at which the velocity of the mass is zero.
11. A spring is stretched 6 in. by a mass that weighs 8 lb. The mass is attached to a dashpot mechanism that has a damping constant of 0.25 lb-sec/ft and is acted on by an external force of 4 cos 21 lb.
(a) Determine the steady-state response of this system.
(b) If the given mass is replaced by a mass m, determine the value of m for which the amplitude of the steady-state response is maximum.
12. A spring-mass system has a spring constant of 3 N/m. A mass of 2 kg is attached to the spring and the motion takes place in a viscous fluid that offers a resistance numerically equal to the magnitude of the instantaneous velocity. If the system is driven by an external force of 3 cos 31 — 2 sin 31N, determine the steady-state response. Express your answer in the form Rcos(mt — S).
13. Furnish the details in determining when the steady-state response given by Eq. (11) is maximum; that is, show that m'^SK and Rmax are given by Eqs. (12) and (13), respectively.
> 14. (a) Showthatthe phase ofthe forced response of Eq. (1) satisfies tan S = Ym/m (m^ — m2).
(b) Plot the phase S as a function of the forcing frequency m for the forced response of u" + 0.125u' + u = 3 cosmt.
15. Find the solution of the initial value problem
u" + u = F(t), u(0) = 0, u'(0) = 0,
where
F(t) =
F0t, 0 < t < n,
F0(2n — t), n < t < 2n,
0, 2n < t.
Hint: Treat each time interval separately and match the solutions in the different intervals by requiring that u and d be continuous functions of t.
16. A series circuit has a capacitor of 0.25 x 10—6 farad, a resistor of 5 x 103 ohms, and an inductor of 1 henry. The initial charge on the capacitor is zero. If a 12-volt battery is connected to the circuit and the circuit is closed at t = 0, determine the charge on the
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