The Period of Oscillations in a SHM Calculator will calculate:
|Period of spring calculation|
|TS = 2π × √m/k|
TS = 2 × × √/
TS = × √
TS = ×
|Period of simple pendulum calculation|
|TP = 2π × √L/g|
TP = 2 × × √/
TP = × √
|Period Of Oscillations In A Shm Calculator Input Values|
|Mass of the object attached on a spring (m) kg|
|Spring constant (k) N/m|
|Length of pendulum's thread (L) m|
|Gravitational field strength (g) m/s|
|Archimedes constant (π)|
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