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natural frequency

[′nach·rəl ′frē·kwən·sē]
(electronics)
The lowest resonant frequency of an antenna, circuit, or component.
(physics)
The frequency with which a system oscillates in the absence of external forces; or, for a system with more than one degree of freedom, the frequency of one of the normal modes of vibration.

natural frequency

One of a number of frequencies at which a system or object tends to vibrate if subject to a mechanical displacement or impact and then allowed to vibrate freely.
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It was also found that the Mw and Mz of the HMWD portion, obtained from the deconvolution of the whole MWD, were related to the natural frequencies of the resins, which could be useful in the design of blown film grade resins.
For validation tests, the natural frequencies calculated by analytical and numerical method for simply supported sandwich beam.
Although mode 1 and mode 2 natural frequencies are, in general, the same, but the mode shape is different.
43 Table 4 Natural Frequencies of the Pre-Stressed Jack-up Elevated condition Rank Pin/Hz Elastic Linear/Hz Fix/Hz -plastic/Hz 1 0.
The natural frequencies for 10 vibration modes have values in the interval f [member of] [2067, 2556].
The calculations of the natural frequencies of the excavator model before installing the crusher were described in previous works (Gottvald 2008a, 2008b).
This paper proposes a simplified model of study of the influence of the constructive and operational features on the natural frequencies of the centrifuges.
With the assumed boundary conditions the Modal analysis has been carried out on the pandrol clip and natural frequencies are found to be 17.
The 9600 Series Workstation features low natural frequencies and high isolation efficiencies.