Evaluate natural frequency of damped vibrations, Mechanical Engineering

What are various types of damping ? Explain viscous damping.

A vibrating system is defined by the following parameters :

m = 4Kg, K = 10N/m, C =3N-Sec/m

Evaluate

(a) Natural frequency of Damped vibrations

(b) Damping factor

(c) The ratio of two consecutive amplitudes.

(d) Logarithmic decrement

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