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Login NowConsider a mass less spring having spring constant ‘k’, one end of which is connected to a mass ‘m’ and other is connected to a fixed support.

The mass ‘m’ is free to move on a friction less horizontal surface. The equilibrium position is shown in 1(a) as relaxed and no force is acting on it. If a force is applied on the mass to stretch and then released the motion of the mass is simple harmonic.

Hooke’s law states that the extension or compression x of an elastic body is proportional to the applied force F.

F ∝ x

F = -kx …………. (1)

Here, -ve sign shows that F and x are in opposite direction where k is constant of proportionality called force constant or spring constant. The value of k characterizes the strength of the spring. A spring with a large k is stronger or stiffer than with a small k.

By Newton’s 2^{nd} law,

\(F = ma = m \frac{dx^2}{dt^2}\) ……..(2)

Comparing equations (1) and (2)

\(\Rightarrow m \frac{d^{2}x}{dt^2} = -kx\)

\(\Rightarrow m \frac{d^{2}x}{dt^2} + kx = 0\)

\(\Rightarrow \frac{d^{2}x}{dt^2} + \frac{k}{m}x = 0\)

i.e \(\frac{d^{2}x}{dt^2}\) + ω^{2}x = 0 ……… (1)

This is the equation of SHM,

where, ω^{2} = \(\frac{k}{m}\)

ω = \(\sqrt{\frac{k}{m}}\)

\(T = \frac{2 \pi}{ω} = \frac{2\pi \sqrt{m}}{k}\)

The solution of equation (1) is given by, x = x_{m}sin(ωt + Ø)

**Velocity**

We have, x = x_{m}sin(ωt + Ø)

velocity, v = \(\frac{dx}{dt}\) = ωx_{m}cos(ωt + Ø) => v_{max} = x_{m}ω

\(v = \omega x_{m}\sqrt{1-sin^{2}(\omega t – \Theta)}\)

\(= \omega x_{m} \sqrt{1 – \frac{x^2}{x_m^2}}\)

\(= \omega x_{m} \sqrt{\frac{x_m^2 – x^2}{x_m^2}}\)

\(= \omega \sqrt{A^2 – x^2}\) (where x_{m} = A )

**Acceleration**

We have, v = ωx_{m}cos(ωt + Ø)

Acceleration, a = \(\frac{dv}{dt}\)

= -ω^{2}x_{m}sin(ωt + Ø) => a_{max} = -ω^{2}x_{m}

∴ a = -ω^{2}x

where -ve sign shows ‘a’ is directed towards mean position.

**Time Period**

The time taken by particle to complete a cycle of oscillation is called time period ‘T’.

This means the displacement ‘x’ returns to its initial value after one complete oscillation i.e in time period T and the sine function repeat in angle 2π.

Therefore, x = x_{m}sinω(t + T) = x_{m}sin(ωt + 2π).

**Frequency**

The number of complete oscillation made by an oscillation particle in one second is called Frequency. It is denoted by,

f = 1/T

Here, T is time required for one complete oscillation is called time period.

The angular speed ω is related to the frequency of rotation f rather simply. By definition, ω is the change in angular displacement per unit time.

ω = θ/t

For t = T (time period), θ = 2π

Therefore, ω = \(\frac{2\pi}{T}\) = 2πf.

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