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. A 500-kg is traveling at a speed of 45 m/s when it encounters a bump in the road as illustrated. The static deflection of the suspension is 7.2 mm. Express the excitation as a function of time in [0;+infinity), and using the response table to determine the vertical displacement of the vehicle,x(t)

2. A 500-kg is traveling at a speed of 45 m/s when it encounters a bump in the road as illustrated
The static deflection of the suspension is 7.2 mm. Express the excitation as a function of
time in [0, +oo), and using the response table to determine the vertical displacement of the
vehicle, rt)
d 10 mm
sinusoidal
l 0.5 m
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Transcribed Image Text:2. A 500-kg is traveling at a speed of 45 m/s when it encounters a bump in the road as illustrated The static deflection of the suspension is 7.2 mm. Express the excitation as a function of time in [0, +oo), and using the response table to determine the vertical displacement of the vehicle, rt) d 10 mm sinusoidal l 0.5 m
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