### Sinusoidally Driven Damped Harmonic Motion

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__NOTES__:

1. Driving at the resonant frequency (w
= 1.414) yields motion exactly 90 degrees out of phase with drive. With
this phase relationship, the driving force always does positive work on the
system.

2. Generally, the motion is seen to be a superposition of
oscillations at the natural frequency (the transient) and oscillations at the
drive frequency (the steady-state solution). The magnitude of the
damping determines how long the transient persists.

3. The steady-state motion is in phase with the drive when w
is less than the natural frequency (for example: b=0.1 and w=0.5)
and 180 degrees out of phase when w
is greater than the natural frequency (say w=4).

__Reference__: Jerry B. Marion and Stephen T. Thornton, *Classical
Dynamics of Particles and Systems* (4th edition, 1995) p. 125-131.

* This demonstration was written by Tim Gfroerer and scripted by Mario
Belloni.