การเคลื่อนที่แบบฮาร์มอนิกอย่างง่าย simple harmonic motion

Simple Harmonic Motion — background material

This page supports the multimedia tutorial Simple Harmonic Motion

Simple harmonic motion (SHM) — some examples. The first animation is a cartoon describing aspects of one state of the quantum mechanical wave function of a ‘an electron in a box’ — an electron in a two dimensional potential well with infinite walls. For a small amplitude oscillation, a pendulum is a simple hamonic oscillator. Loudspeakers can reproduce single SHM, which is not very interesting, or combinations of of SHM, from which we can make any sound.


Simple harmonic motion as a projection of uniform circular motion

      • y  =  r sin θ  =  r sin ωt

–> Here we see that the vertical component of uniform circular motion is SHM. For uniform circular motion with θ = ωt and radius r, the vertical component is

Displacement, velocity and acceleration in simple harmonic motion

      • y  =  A sin ωt       so
          v

      y

        =  dy/dt  =  Aω cos ωt       and
          a

      y

          =  dv

      y

          /dt  =  − Aω

      2

        cos ωt .

–> In the animation above, the purple curve is the displacement y as a funciton of t, ie y(t). The red tangent shows its slope, which is dy/dt, the velocity vy, which is shown in the next graph. On that graph, the blue tangent shows the slope dvy/dt, which is the vertical acceleration ay., which is shown in the third graph. (Revise calculus)

Let’s look at how vy and ay depend on ω. For SHM with amplitude A, let’s write

These are plotted below, for two different values of ω: in the faint version ω is doubled.Displacement,   velocity and acceleration graphs for SHM

Displacement, velocity and acceleration graphs for SHMIf we double ω we double the number of cycles per unit time, so we cover twice as much distance in the same time — vy is doubled. Similarly, the acceleration goes through twice as many cycles in the same time. But more than that, the acceleration involves velocities that are twice as large, so ay is four times greater.

Chladni patterns as examples of simple harmonic motion

Experimental set up for Chladni patterns

      In Chladni patterns, points in an object undergo SHM with varying amplitudes. Small particles (sand in this case) collect at the nodes, ie along lines where the amplitude of SHM is small.

 

More about chladni patterns

–> The same object usually has more than one resonance.

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from PHYSCLIPS

PHYSICS@UNSW

–>What is a sound spectrum? Explanations and examples, chiefly from musical sounds.

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