eigenfrequency


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eigenfrequency

[′ī·gən‚frē·kwən·sē]
(physics)
One of the frequencies at which an oscillatory system can vibrate.
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Constraints are the first Eigenfrequency, which is required to be above 950 Hz, and a draw constraint to assert manufacturability.
Following a series of measurements, it was finally ascertained that the value of eigenfrequency of the floor slab is 9.
005 is very small, it almost does not affect the eigenfrequency values.
This setup leads to 3 parameters determining the eigenfrequency of the chain, the mass value and the two different lengths of the strings.
Structural Mechanics Module features additional sub-modules which allow for static, eigenfrequency, damped eigenfrequency, frequency response, parametric, quasi static, time-dependent and linear buckling analysis.
The upgrade includes eigenvalue solvers for larger models in eigenfrequency and eigenmode analyses.
Filtering has been used in attempts to obtain monochromatic waves by using tubes separated into periodically spaced chambers (at some known eigenfrequency corresponding to one half wavelength).
In this respect, the quantity of interest in this study was restricted to that of the eigenfrequency.
Here, [Omega] is the angular eigenfrequency when the sample is inserted in the cavity resonator, [[Omega].
This means that two perpendicular modes independent of each other and at the same eigenfrequency can exist.
COMET now has enhanced capabilities for modeling elastic porous (foam), fluid and structural domains and their interactions in complex 2D, Axi-symmetric and 3D objects; -- Boundary Elements Method (BEM) based solutions for transient and eigenfrequency analyses; and -- Infinite elements for exterior solutions based on Finite Element Method (FEM).