The displacement of the pendulum head ([theta](t)) is evaluated as a function of time with a damping constant [lamda] using equation 3.
Table 2 gives the corresponding stiffness damping value of the damping constant.
0], considered to be some function of the actual particle mass m, is eliminated from (5) by substituting the damping constant
The velocity-dependent dissipative term is defined according Tsuji  and is defined by damping constant
The damping constant
[GAMMA] will be assumed small compared to [[omega].
The loss of energy in each cycle, [DELTA]W, was calculated from the hysteresis loop, and the damping constant
, [beta], calculated from [DELTA]W as follows:
For example, changing the value of the partial frequencies alters the perceived length of the bar, whereas changing the damping constant
results in a perceived change of material.
Viscous torque is proportional to speed based on the movement of an object through a fluid with a specific damping constant
The second choice is a semi-active suspension where a damper with variable damping constant
and hence [Epsilon] and [Kappa], are calculated from experimentally determined values of the wave vector and the damping constant
z1,2,3,4],--are the damping constants
of the four supports and, [c.
Other subjects examined include pulsating stars in close binaries, radiative damping constants
, and pulsating components in multiple systems.