forced vibration

forced vibration

[¦fȯrst vī′brā·shən]
(mechanics)
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Typically a forced vibration problem occurs when the periodic forces from a discontinuous machining process coincide with a dynamically weak portion of the workpiece.
Nahidh Mahmood [6] investigated experimentally and numerically the response of a conduit (thin wall pipe) conveying fluid due to a forced vibration.
This paper describes the results of a reliability analysis of the South Grandstand of the Pascual Guerrero Olympic Stadium in the city of Cali, Colombia, using ambient and forced vibration records and model updating techniques based on anthropic loads.
For a vibration plate, a crack not only effects the free vibration of plate, including natural frequency and mode shape, but also changes the forced vibration, especially the response of nonlinear dynamics.
And many methods were used to study free vibration and forced vibration of cylindrical shells based on different theories.
Forced vibration of Euler-Bernoulli beams by means of dynamic Green functions.
Ideal for conveying pharmaceutical finished products and ingredients and other delicate materials, the conveyors feature the company's own forced vibration drive system to create a gentle, efficient, linear conveying action suitable for low-maintenance, 24/7 operation.
It should be noted that, at a low degree of anisotropy, neither a forced vibration alone, nor the simultaneous account of the first natural mode allows us to regard the calculated approximation of the vibration amplitude as sufficiently accurate when considering the sphere's thickness, when [R.
The results in the time domain suggest that the dynamic response of the board-level package has two phases: forced vibration and free vibration.
The pterostigma can greatly affect the flight performance of dragonflies by influencing the degree of deformation of the wings under forced vibration.
Forced vibration of mechanical systems with hysteresis, Proceedings of the Fourth Conference on Non-linear oscillation, Prague, Czechoslovakia, 1967.
The conveyors feature Company's own forced vibration drive system to create a gentle, efficient, linear conveying action suitable for low-maintenance, 24/7 operation.