Session Overview
Covered this week: The Brooklyn Bridge is one of the oldest suspension bridges in the United States and the first steelwire suspension bridge. Image courtesy of Daniel Stone on Flickr. 
Videos
Lecture Videos

Watch Lecture 21: Vibration Isolation
 Video Chapters
 Demonstration of a vibration isolation systemstrobe light and vibrating beam
 Euler’s formula for complex numbers
 Hx/F transfer function by complex number approach
 Base motion Hx/y transfer functionvibration isolation system design
 Predicting natural frequency by SQRT(g/delta)
 Vibration isolation of the sourceHFt/Fo transferfunctionwith strobe light demo
 Video Chapters

Watch Lecture 22: Finding Natural Frequencies and Mode Shapes of a 2 DOF System
 Video Chapters
Recitation Video and Notes
 Watch Recitation 10: Steady State Dynamics
 This recitation covers a steady state frequency response problem.
 Recitation 10 Notes: Natural Frequency From Deflection & Frequency Response (PDF)
 These recitation notes were compiled by Prof. David Gossard, another instructor for the course. His notes go over concepts and problems covered during the recitation sections he taught, and may not precisely correspond to the content covered in the above recitation video.
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