What is Damped Oscillation [ With Examples ]

What is Damped Oscillation

  What Is Damped Oscillation? The movement that takes place in the back and forth patterns in a regular interval of time is known as oscillation. Example: movement of the pendulum, spring action and many more. When the resistance is offered to the oscillation, which reduces the speed of the oscillation is called damped oscillation. The higher the damping, the faster the oscillations will reduce in size.   Damped oscillation fades with time, means the amplitude of oscillation reduces with time. Reduction in amplitude is a result of energy loss…

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