Response of Non-Damped Oscillators Subjected To Rectangular Pulse
Keywords:Rohit transform, Non-damped oscillator, Rectangula pulse
In this manuscript, a new integral transform, that is, Rohit transform (RT) is put to use for finding the response of non-damped oscillators (i.e. electrical and mechanical oscillators) subjected to a rectangular pulse. Generally, this problem has been treated by methods like calculus or Laplace transforms. Also, some operational properties of the integral RT are discussed. This manuscript put forward a novel technique, that is, RT for finding the response of non-damped oscillators subjected to a rectangular pulse. It is found that before the removal of rectangular pulse, the nature of response of non-damped mechanical oscillators subjected to a rectangular pulse increases and decreases periodically with constant amplitude but when the rectangular pulse is removed, the nature of response becomes oscillatory with constant amplitude. The results fixed are the same as fixed with other methods. This paper tenders an alternate style for finding the response of non-damped oscillators (i.e. electrical and mechanical oscillators) subjected to a rectangular pulse.
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