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Solving Vibration equation of motion?

Asked by sam plant on 24 Aug 2019 at 12:26
Latest activity Commented on by Marco Feder about 21 hours ago
Hello,
I'm trying to use ODE45 to solve the vibration equation of motion Mx''+Cx' + Kx = Fsin(w*t)?
If there is an alternative way of doing it then that would be more than appreciated also

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If you want to give it to ODE45 you need to write your equation as a first order system. Assuming M to be an invertible you can easily solve the problem.

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Answer by Prabhan Purwar on 27 Aug 2019 at 6:17

Hey,
Ordinary differential equations can be solved in following ways:
Using MATLAB
As addressed by you, using ODE45
Using Simulink
I would suggest you making use of Simulink for easy and hustle free results.

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