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Calculus: Early Transcendentals

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James Stewart
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8th Edition
James Stewart
ISBN: 9781285741550
Textbook Problem

A spring has a mass of 1 kg and its damping constant is c = 10. The spring starts from its equilibrium position with a velocity of 1 m/s. Graph the position function for the following values of the spring constant k: 10, 20, 25, 30, 40. What type of damping occurs in each case?

To determine

To graph: The position function for spring constants k=10,20,25,30,40 .

Explanation

For spring constant k=10 :

Write the expression for differential equation of motion of a spring with damping constant.

md2xdt2+cdxdt+kx=0 (1)

Write the expression for auxiliary equation.

mr2+cr+k=0 (2)

Write the expression for general solution with real roots.

x(t)=c1er1t+c2er2t (3)

Write the expression for condition of over damping.

c24mk>0 (4)

Find the expression for differential equation using equation (1).

Substitute 1 for m, 10 for c and 10 for k in equation (1),

(1)d2xdt2+(10)dxdt+10x=0d2xdt2+10dxdt+10x=0

Find the auxiliary equation using equation (2).

Substitute 1 for m, 10 for c and 10 for k in equation (2),

(1)r2+10r+10=0r2+10r+10=0

Find the value of r .

r=(10)±(10)24(1)(10)2(1)=10±100402=10±602

Consider r1 and r2 are two roots of r .

r1=10+602=5+15r2=10602=515

Substitute 5+15 for r1 and 515 for r2 in equation (3),

x(t)=c1e(5+15)t+c2e(515)t (5)

Substitute 0 for t ,

x(0)=c1e(5+15)(0)+c2e(515)(0)=c1+c2

Substitute 0 for x(0) ,

c1+c2=0 (6)

Differentiate equation (5) with respect to t .

x(t)=(5+15)c1e(5+15)t+(515)c2e(515)t

Substitute 0 for t ,

x(0)=(5+15)c1e(5+15)(0)+(515)c2e(515)(0)=(5+15)c1+(515)c2

Substitute 1 for x(0) ,

(5+15)c1+(515)c2=1 (7)

Solve for c1 and c2 using equations (6) and (7).

(5+15)c1(5+15)c2+(5+15)c1+(515)c2=0+1(515)c2(5+15)c2=1c2[515+515]=1c2[215]=1

Simplify equation as follows.

c2=1[215]=1215

Substitute 1215 for c2 in equation (6),

c11215=0c1=1215

Substitute 1215 for c1 and 1215 for c2 in equation (5),

x(t)=1215e(5+15)t1215e(515)t (8)

Substitute different values for t in equation (8) and calculated values of x(t) are tabulated in Table 1.

Table 1

t 1215e(5+15)t1215e(515)t
0 0
0.2 0.078179
0.4 0.073906
0.6 0.059579
0.8 0.046596
1 0.036209
1.2 0.028098
1.4 0.021797
1.5 0.019198
2 0.010174
2.5 0.005391
3 0.002857

Draw the graph using values tabulated in Table 1 as shown in Figure 1.

Find the value of c24mk .

c24mk=1024(1)(10)=10040=60

The value of c24mk>0 , which satisfies the condition given in equation (4). So with k=10 , the motion is in over damping condition.

Thus, the position function for spring constant k=10 is drawn and motion is in over damping condition.

For spring constant k=20 :

Find the expression for differential equation using equation (1).

Substitute 1 for m, 10 for c and 20 for k in equation (1),

(1)d2xdt2+(10)dxdt+20x=0d2xdt2+10dxdt+20x=0

Find the auxiliary equation using equation (2).

Substitute 1 for m, 10 for c and 20 for k in equation (2),

(1)r2+10r+20=0r2+10r+20=0

Find the value of r .

r=(10)±(10)24(1)(20)2(1)=10±100802=10±202

Consider r1 and r2 are two roots of r .

r1=10+202=5+5r2=10202=55

Substitute 5+5 for r1 and 55 for r2 in equation (3),

x(t)=c1e(5+5)t+c2e(55)t (9)

Substitute 0 for t ,

x(0)=c1e(5+5)(0)+c2e(55)(0)=c1+c2

Substitute 0 for x(0) ,

c1+c2=0 (10)

Differentiate equation (9) with respect to t .

x(t)=(5+5)c1e(5+5)t+(55)c2e(55)t

Substitute 0 for t ,

x(0)=(5+5)c1e(5+5)(0)+(55)c2e(55)(0)=(5+5)c1+(55)c2

Substitute 1 for x(0) ,

(5+5)c1+(55)c2=1 (11)

Solve for c1 and c2 using equations (10) and (11).

(5+5)c1(5+5)c2+(5+5)c1+(55)c2=0+1(55)c2(5+5)c2=1c2[55+55]=1c2[25]=1

Simplify equation as follows.

c2=1[25]=125

Substitute 125 for c2 in equation (10),

c1125=0c1=125

Substitute 125 for c1 and 125 for c2 in equation (9),

x(t)=125e(5+5)t125e(55)t (12)

Substitute different values for t in equation (12) and calculated values of x(t) are tabulated in Table 2.

Table 2

t 125e(5+5)t125e(55)t
0 0
0.2 0.075884
0.4 0.061565
0.6 0.039658
0.8 0.023826
1 0.013952
1.2 0.008089
1.4 0.00467
1.5 0.003546
2 0.000893
2.5 0.000225
3 5.65×105

Draw the graph using values tabulated in Table 2 as shown in Figure 2.

Find the value of c24mk .

c24mk=1024(1)(20)=10080=20

The value of c24mk>0 , which satisfies the condition given in equation (4). So with k=20 , the motion is in over damping condition.

Thus, the position function for spring constant k=20 is drawn and motion is in over damping condition.

For spring constant k=25 :

Write the expression for general solution with same roots.

x(t)=c1ert+c2tert (13)

Write the expression for condition of critical damping.

c24mk=0 (14)

Find the expression for differential equation using equation (1).

Substitute 1 for m, 10 for c and 25 for k in equation (1),

(1)d2xdt2+(10)dxdt+25x=0d2xdt2+10dxdt+25x=0

Find the auxiliary equation using equation (2).

Substitute 1 for m, 10 for c and 25 for k in equation (2),

(1)r2+10r+25=0r2+10r+25=0

Find the value of r

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