Natural frequency-degree of freedom-conservative system , Mechanical Engineering

Natural Frequency: This is the frequency of vibration of a system that is undamped and without external excitation while it is disturbed.

Forced Vibration: This is the vibration of a system that is because of external excitation.

Reference : While forcing frequency is equivalent to the natural frequency, resonance occurs.

Degree of Freedom:
This is equivalent to the number of independent coordinates that are needed to define the motion of the system.

Mode of Vibration: This is the way, the system vibrates in the free vibrations.

Conservative System:
This is the system for which entire energy remains constant.

Damper:
This is the element that is responsible for decay in energy.

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