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Two bodies M and N of equal masses are suspended from two separate massless springs of spring constants k1 and k2 respectively. If the two bodies oscillate vertically such that their maximum velocities are equal, the ratio of the amplitude of vibration of M to that of N is
Both the bodies oscillate in simple harmonic motion, for which the maximum velocities will be
A particle free to move along the x-axis has potential energy given by U(x) = k [1–exp(–x2)] for -∞ < x < + ∞, where k is a positive constant of appropriate dimensions. Then
Let us plot the graph of the mathematical equation
From the graph it is clear that the potential energy is minimum at x = 0. Therefore, x = 0 is the state of stable equilibrium. Now if we displace the particle from x = 0 then for displacements the particle tends to regain the position x = 0 with a force Therefore for small
values of x we have F ∝ x.
The period of oscillation of a simple pendulum of length L suspended from the roof of a vehicle which moves without friction down an inclined plane of inclination α , is given by
As shown in the figure, gsina is the pseudo acceleration applied by the observer in the accelerated frame
NOTE : Whenever point of suspension is accelerating
A particle executes simple harmonic motion between x = -A and x = +A. The time taken for it to go from 0 to A/2 is T1 and to go from A/2 to A is T2. Then
The velocity of a body executing S.H.M. is maximum at its centre and decreases as the body proceeds to the extremes. Therefore if the time taken for the body to go from O to A/2 is T1 and to go from A/2 to A is T2 then obviously T1 < T2
For a particle executing SHM the displacement x is given by x = A coswt. Identify the graph which represents the variation of potential energy (PE) as a function of time t and displacement x
NOTE : In S.H.M., at extreme position, P.E. is maximum when
t = 0, x = A.
i.e., at time t = 0, the particle executing S.H.M. is at its extreme position.
Therefore P.E. is max. The graph I and III represent the above characteristics.
A simple pendulum has time period T1. The point of suspension is now moved upward according to the relation y = Kt2, (K = 1 m/s2) where y is the vertical displacement. The time period now becomes T2. The ratio of
(g = 10 m/s2)
[∵g1 = 10 m/s2 and g2 = g + 2 = 12 m/s2]
The x-t graph of a particle undergoing simple harmonic motion is shown below. The acceleration of the particle at t = 4 / 3 s is
From the graph it is clear that the amplitude is 1 cm and the time period is 8 second. Therefore the equation for the S.H.M. is
The velocity (v) of the particle at any instant of time ‘t’ is
The acceleration of the particle is
A uniform rod of length L and mass M is pivoted at the centre. Its two ends are attached to two springs of equal spring constants k. The springs are fixed to rigid supports as shown in the figure, and the rod is free to oscillate in the horizontal plane.
The rod is gently pushed through a small angle θ in one direction and released. The frequency of oscillation is
Figure shows the rod at an angle θ with respect to its equilibrium position. Both the springs are stretched by length
The restoring torque due to the springs τ = – 2 (Restoring force) × perpendicular distance
If I is the moment of inertia of the rod about M then
From (i) & (ii) we get
Comparing it with the standard equation of rotational SHM we get
The mass M shown in the figure oscillates in simple harmonic motion with amplitude A. The amplitude of the point P is
In case (ii), the springs are shown in the maximum compressed position. If the spring of spring constant k1 is compressed by x1 and that of spring constant k2 is compressed by x2 then
x1 + x2 = A … (i)
A point mass is subjected to two simultaneous sinusoidal displacements in x-direction, x1(t) = A sin wt and x2(t) = Adding a third sinusoidal displacement x3(t) = B sin (ωt + φ) brings the mass to a complete rest. The values of B and φ are
Two sinusoidal displacements have amplitude A each, with a phase difference of It is given that sinusoidal displacement x3(t) brings the mass to a complete rest. This is possible when the amplitude of third is A and is having a phase difference of with
respect to x1 (t) as shown in the figure.
A small block is connected to one end of a massless spring of un-stretched length 4.9 m. The other end of the spring (see the figure) is fixed. The system lies on a horizontal frictionless surface. The block is stretched by 0.2 m and released from rest at t = 0. It then executes simple harmonic motion with angular frequency ω = π/3 rad/s. Simultaneously at t = 0, a small pebble is projected with speed v form point P at an angle of 45° as shown in the figure. Point P is at a horizontal distance of 10 m from O. If the pebble hits the block at t = 1 s, the value of v is (take g = 10 m/s2)