Vibration is the process occurring when a physical quantity periodically changes depending on time. This is associated with a conversion of energy from one form to another. In the case of mechanical vibrations, periodic potential energy is converted into kinetic energy and the reverse.
Rod and gravity pendulum
Comparison of physical and mathematical pendulum.
Bifilar/trifilar suspension of pendulums
Moments of inertia of different bodies in a rotary pendulum experiment.
Determination of the oscillation period depending on torsion wire length, diameter and rotating mass.
Coil spring vibrations
Investigation of vibrations on a spiral spring rotating mass system.
Experiments on damping, resonance and absorber effects in forced vibrations.
System for data acquisitionm
Measurement and illustration of frequency and phase response.
Free and damped torsional vibrations
Influence of mass, torsional rigidity and damping on the behaviour of a rotary oscillator. Vibrations are recorded on the TM 150/TM 155 recorder.
Free vibrations in a bending beam
Investigation of the free vibration of a bar and using the Rayleigh method to evaluate the natural frequency of a bar.