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The slider, whose mass m, oscillates within a groove in the housing. The
moment of inertia of the housing about the axis of rotation is I0. The spring
restraining the slider is unstretched when s=0, and has the stiffness k. Derive,
using Lagrangian method, the differential equations for the distance s(t) and
the spin angle phi(t) resulting from the application of a torque M(t) to the shaft.
The slider, whose mass m, oscillates within a groove in the housing. The
moment of inertia of the housing about the axis of rotation is I0. The spring
restraining the slider is unstretched when s=0, and has the stiffness k. Derive,
using Lagrangian method, the differential equations for the distance s(t) and
the spin angle phi(t) resulting from the application of a torque M(t) to the shaft.
The slider, whose mass m, oscillates within a groove in the housing. The
moment of inertia of the housing about the axis of rotation is I0. The spring
restraining the slider is unstretched when s=0, and has the stiffness k. Derive,
using Lagrangian method, the differential equations for the distance s(t) and
the spin angle phi(t) resulting from the application of a torque M(t) to the shaft.
The slider, whose mass m, oscillates within a groove in the housing. The
moment of inertia of the housing about the axis of rotation is I0. The spring
restraining the slider is unstretched when s=0, and has the stiffness k. Derive,
using Lagrangian method, the differential equations for the distance s(t) and
the spin angle phi(t) resulting from the application of a torque M(t) to the shaft.
The slider, whose mass m, oscillates within a groove in the housing. The
moment of inertia of the housing about the axis of rotation is I0. The spring
restraining the slider is unstretched when s=0, and has the stiffness k. Derive,
using Lagrangian method, the differential equations for the distance s(t) and
the spin angle phi(t) resulting from the application of a torque M(t) to the shaft.
The slider, whose mass m, oscillates within a groove in the housing. The
moment of inertia of the housing about the axis of rotation is I0. The spring
restraining the slider is unstretched when s=0, and has the stiffness k. Derive,
using Lagrangian method, the differential equations for the distance s(t) and
the spin angle phi(t) resulting from the application of a torque M(t) to the shaft.

The slider, whose mass m, oscillates within a groove in the housing. The
moment of inertia of the housing about the axis of rotation is I0. The
spring restraining the slider is unstretched when s=0, and has the
stiffness k. Derive, using Lagrangian method, the differential equations
for the distance s(t) and the spin angle phi(t) resulting from the
application of a torque M(t) to the shaft. The slider, whose mass m,
oscillates within a groove in the housing. The moment of inertia of the
housing about the axis of rotation is I0. The spring restraining the slider
is unstretched when s=0, and has the stiffness k. Derive, using
Lagrangian method, the differential equations for the distance s(t) and
the spin angle phi(t) resulting from the application of a torque M(t) to the
shaft. The slider, whose mass m, oscillates within a groove in the
housing. The moment of inertia of the housing about the axis of rotation
is I0. The spring restraining the slider is unstretched when s=0, and has
the stiffness k. Derive, using Lagrangian method, the differential
equations for the distance s(t) and the spin angle phi(t) resulting from
the application of a torque M(t) to the shaft. The slider, whose mass m,
oscillates within a groove in the housing. The moment of inertia of the
housing about the axis of rotation is I0. The spring restraining the slider
is unstretched when s=0, and has the stiffness k. Derive, using
Lagrangian method, the differential equations for the distance s(t) and
the spin angle phi(t) resulting from the application of a torque M(t) to the
shaft.