# A weight is attached to a spring that is oscillating up and down

There’s a rope hanging, with it’s weight supported by a stretched spring. It’s in equilibrium. When you cut a tiny bit off, it’s suddenly out of equilibrium: the weight has decreased by $\lambda \Delta L g$ so the spring is stretched by $\lambda \Delta L g/k$ too much. So the system will oscillate with that amplitude and frequency $\sqrt{k \over{(L - \Delta L) \lambda}}$ and peak accelera

A coil spring, which obeys Hooke's law and has spring constant k = 830N/m , is attached to the second block in such a way that it will be compressed when struck by the moving block. Part A. What will be the maximum compression of the spring? Part B. What will be the final velocities of the blocks after the collision?

A spring of negligible mass and of spring constant 245 N/m is hung vertically and not extended. A mass of 2.5 kg is attached to the spring and it stretches a distance x o. (a) What is x o in meters? Use Hooke’s law (2.5 )(9.8 / )2 245 / 0.10 m o o Fkx mg kg m s x kNm x = == = Now the spring is pulled down an additional distance x = 0.06 meters.

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Mass on Spring: Motion Sequence. A mass on a spring will trace out a sinusoidal pattern as a function of time, as will any object vibrating in simple harmonic motion. One way to visualize this pattern is to walk in a straight line at constant speed while carriying the vibrating mass.

P18. A 200-g block is attached to a horizontal spring and executes simple harmonic motion with a period of 0.250 s. If the total energy of the system is 2.00 J, find (a) the force constant of the spring and (b) the amplitude of the motion. m 200 g, T 2.00 J 0.250 s, E; 22 25.1 rad s T 0.250 SS Z (a) kmZ 2 0.200 kg 25.1 rad s 126 N m2 (b) 2 2 2 ...

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Oct 15, 2020 · A.F.O. Falcão, J.C.C. HenriquesThe spring-like air compressibility effect in oscillating-water-column wave energy converters: Review and analyses Renew Sustain Energy Rev, 112 (2019), pp. 483-498 Article Download PDF View Record in Scopus Google Scholar

Jan 13, 2017 · The force exerted by the spring (k x) is pulling upwards. When the mass is attached to the spring, the spring will stretch until it reaches the point where the two forces are equal but pointing in opposite directions: FSFg= 0 or kx = mg (10.2) This point where the forces balance each other out is known as the equilibrium point. Dec 08, 2014 · 1. A 0.4 kg object is attached to a horizontal spring undergoes SHM with the total energy of 0.2 J. The potential energy as a function of position presented by the graph below: a. What is the amplitude of oscillations? b. What is the spring constant? c. What is the kinetic energy of the system at point x = 2.5 cm? d.