Periodic motion-frequency-time period-free vibration, Mechanical Engineering

Periodic Motion: This is the motion that repeats after a regular interval of time.

This is the number of cycles finished in a unit time.

Time Period:
This is the time taken to complete one cycle.

Amplitude: This is maximum displacement of a vibrating system from the position of mean equilibrium position.

Free Vibration:
This is the vibration of the system that occurs without any external force after the disturbance.

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