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The dynamic amplification or attenuation of a single degreeoffreedom system is defined as the ratio of the steadystate magnitude of the displacement response to its static displacement

The dynamic amplification or attenuation of a single degree-of-freedom system is defined as the ratio of the steady-state magnitude of the displacement response to its static displacement Fo/k, where the mass is being driven by a harmonic force of magnitude Fo. Find the dynamic amplification or attenuation of a single degree-of-freedom system that is being excited at 100 rad/s and has the following system parameters: m = 100 kg, k = 20 kN/m, and c = 6000 N s/m.

 

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