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Sunday, 10 July 2016

Damping

Damping

          When torque is applied in a system in a direction opposite to its motion, it is known as Damping. In case of coulomb damping, the opposition is constant and, thus there will be a constant difference between the input and the output under steady conditions. In the viscous damping provided by dashpot, the opposition is proportional to the relative velocity. As the relative velocity is zero in the steady state, the damping is also zero.

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