How to Calculate Damping Ratio or Damping Factor?
Damping Ratio or Damping Factor calculator uses Damping Ratio = Damping Coefficient/(2*sqrt(Mass*Spring Constant)) to calculate the Damping Ratio, Damping Ratio or Damping Factor is defined as a parameter, usually denoted by ζ (zeta) that characterizes the frequency response of a second-order ordinary differential equation. It is particularly important in the study of control theory. It is also important in the harmonic oscillator. Damping Ratio is denoted by ζ symbol.
How to calculate Damping Ratio or Damping Factor using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Damping Ratio or Damping Factor, enter Damping Coefficient (c), Mass (m) & Spring Constant (K_{spring}) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Damping Ratio or Damping Factor calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0.188147 = 16/(2*sqrt(35.45*51)).