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  1. Experiment 1 - Driven Harmonic Oscillator. Click Here for Experiment 1 - Driven Harmonic Oscillator. ‹ Physics 6B Lab Manual - Introduction up Experiment 2 - Standing Waves ›.
  2. Damped oscillations Realistic oscillations in a macroscopic system are subject to dissipative effects, such as friction, air resistance, and generation of heat as a spring stretches and compresses repeatedly. These losses steadily decrease the energy of the oscillating system, reducing the amplitude of the oscillations, a phenomenon called damping.
  3. oscillations and the relationships among them. Consider a block of mass attached to a spring with force constant, as shown in the figure. The spring can be either stretched or compressed. The block slides on a frictionless horizontal surface, as. shown. When the spring is relaxed, the block is located at.
  4. Lab 11 – Free, Damped, and Forced Oscillations Flag Force Probe Glider Spring Mechanical Vibrator Motion Detector Open the experiment file called L Spring Constant. 4. Zero the force probe with no force on it. 5. Pull the mechanical vibrator back slowly until the spring is barely extended. 6. Start the computer and begin graphing.
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  6. Chapter 2. Small Oscillations 0 (Most of the material presented in this chapter is taken from Thornton and Marion, Chap. 3) Introduction If a particle, originally in a position of+equilibrium (we limit ourselves to the case of motions in one dimension), is displaced by a small amount, a force will tend to bring it back to its original position.
  7. Note: The spring used for this experiment is not ideal; its mass a↵ects the period of oscillation. Account for this by adding 1/3 the mass of the spring to the value of suspended mass, m, in your calculations. 6. Hang the spring from the pendulum clamp. Hang the mass hanger + .
  8. I. Abstract-Oscillation can be found while using both pendulums and springs. Throughout our experiments we were able to determine what exactly effects the period of a pendulum, as well as delve further into the theory behind Hooke’s Law and simple harmonic motion in regards to the use of springs. II. Introduction-Oscillations play a tremendous role in physics as a whole.

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