Mechanical Engineering - Theory of machines - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Theory of machines - Section 1 (Q.No. 2)
When a body moves with simple harmonic motion, the product of its periodic time and frequency is equal to
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ANKOSH said:   5 years ago
Time period=T=2π/ω.
Frequency=omega /2π.

Deepu kumar said:   6 years ago
What is frequency (f)?

AMAL said:   6 years ago
t = 1/f,
t*f=(1/f)*f = 1.

Sharanu said:   6 years ago
If f = 1/T.
Then f * t = 1.

Mahadev Patil said:   6 years ago
T=2π/w and f=w/2π.

Then, T * f = 1.

Parashugouda@gmail said:   6 years ago
@Shailesh Chavada.

Simple harmonic motion means motion of a particle moving along a straight line with an acceleration.

Shailesh Chavada said:   6 years ago
How you can define simple harmonic motion?

ADD said:   7 years ago
Time = 1/frequency.

Time * frequency = 1/frequency * frequency = 1.

Varun Yadav said:   7 years ago
Time = 1/frequency.

=> Time*frequency = 1/frequency*frequency = 1.

Karthik Patel Edidhineni said:   8 years ago
Periodic time is reciprocal of frequency. So the answer is 1.

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