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Fundamentals of Oscillations and Periodic Motion
Fundamentals of Oscillations and Periodic Motion
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Introduction to Oscillations
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Periodic and Oscillatory Motions
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Period and Frequency in Oscillatory Motion
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Non-harmonic Oscillations
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Introduction to Oscillation Part I
13 mins
Introduction to Oscillation Part II
7 mins
Introduction to Periodic Motion
7 mins
Periodic motion
7 mins
Periodic Functions
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Quick Summary With Stories
Understanding Waves
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Periodic and Oscillatory Motions
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Period and Frequency in Oscillatory Motion
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Displacement in Oscillatory Motion
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Non-Harmonic Oscillations
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Important Questions
Which of the following equation does not represent a simple harmonic motion:
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The displacement of a particle along the x-axis is given by
$x=asin_{2}ωt$
. The motion of the particle corresponds to.
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Two identical springs of spring constant K are attached to a block of mass m and to fixed supports as shown in Fig. Shown that when the mass is displaced from its equilibrium position on either side, it executes a simple harmonic motion. Find the period of oscillations.
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A particle executing SHM has a maximum speed of
$30cms_{−1}$
and a maximum acceleration of
$60cms_{−2}$
. The period of oscillation is:
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The displacement of a particle is represented by the equation
$y=sin_{3}(ωt)$
. The motion is
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A particle is executing
$SHM$
about
$y=0$
along
$y−$
axis. Its position at an instant is given by
$y(m)=5(sin3πt+3 cos3πt).$
The amplitude of oscillation is
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A uniform thin ring of radius
$R$
and mass
$m$
suspended in a vertical plane from a point in its circumference its time period of oscillation is
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A block of mass
$m$
containing a net positive charges
$q$
is placed on a smooth horizontal table which terminates in a ventricles wall as shown in figure
$(29.E2)$
. The distance of the block from the wall is
$d$
. A horizontal electric field
$E$
towards right is switched on. Assuming elastic collisions
$($
if any
$)$
find the time periods of the resulting oscillatory motion. Is it a simple harmonic motion?
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The motion of a pendulum is an example of :
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A particle of mass
$0.1kg$
executes SHM under a force
$F=(−10x)N$
. Speed of particle at mean position is
$6m/s$
. Then amplitude of oscillations is
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