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The Energy in SHM Calculator will calculate:
|The mechanical energy of an oscillating spring is J|
|The kinetic energy of the object attached to the spring is J|
|The potential energy of the object attached to the spring is J|
|Mechanical energy of an oscillating spring calculation|
|ME = k × A2/2|
ME = × 2/2
ME = × /2
ME = /2
|Kinetic and potential energy of an oscillating spring in a given instant when performing SHM calculation|
Kinetic energy of the object attached to the springKE = m × 2π/T × A × (sin2π/T × t)2/2
KE = × / × × (sin / × )2/2
KE = × × × (sin × )2/2
KE = × × × ( × )2/2
KE = × × × ()2/2
KE = × × × /2
KE = /2
Potential energy of the object attached to the springPE = k × A × (cos 2π/T × t)2/2
PE = × × (cos/ × )2/2
PE = × × (cos × )2/2
PE = × × ( × )2/2
PE = × × ()2/2
PE = × × /2
PE = /2
|Amplitude of oscillation (A) m|
|Period of oscillation (T) s|
|Archimedes' constant (π)|
|Time (t) s|
|Mass of the oscillating object (m) kg|
|Spring constant (k) N/m|
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