Question Solved1 Answer 3.33. Show that for viscous damping, the loss factor \( \eta \) is independent of the amplitude and proportional to the frequency.

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Energy dissipated per cyele, Wd=pi c omegaz^(2)specific damping capacity f(W((W)/(V)))/(" Loss cuefficieint ")(v= pea ... See the full answer