Undamped and Undriven Oscillators and LC Circuits
All but two chapters of this book deal with the behavior of physical systems that are describable by linear differential equations. The treatment proceeds from simpler to more complicated systems and uses successively more sophisticated techniques of analysis. In this chapter we deal with the simplest oscillating system.
KeywordsSmall Oscillation Sinusoidal Function Electrical Case Coil Spring Simple Pendulum
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- The material in this chapter and the next two may be found in many textbooks on mechanics and on electricity. Among such books are:Google Scholar
- 1.Kip, A. F. Fundamentals of Electricity and Magnetism. 2nd ed. New York: McGraw Hill, 1964.Google Scholar
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