Subject: Why the amplitude is only approximately greatest for resonance?
Date: Mon Feb 8 01:18:04 2010
Posted by Angel
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For resonance, the velocity amplitude is greatest when the driving frequency
is the same as the natural frequency. But the displacement amplitude of the
system is just approximately greatest under the same condition. Why? Actually,
what is the logic behind amplitude is in maximum when the driving frequency is
the same as the natural one?
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