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normal mode

[′nȯr·məl ‚mōd]
(computer science)
Operation of a computer in which it executes its own instructions rather than those of a different computer.
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The total wave field, including the incident wave, can be written as a modal series of Lamb eigenmodes, which must satisfy stress-free boundary conditions on the free edge x = 0:
Table 1 Frequency ranges of vibrations and their amplitude Ranges for eigenmodes of multilayered polymeric film Eigenmode Frequency Amplitude number range, Hz range, m I 168-176 1.
as a superposition of all eigenmodes with amplitudes depending on initial and boundary conditions and on the Fourier spectrum of the loading pulse.
Taking into account of the complexity of implementation and the previous results, the tenth eigenmode imperfection can be straightforwardly obtained by a linearelastic eigenvalue buckling analysis and is shown as the most critical imperfection shape of the imperfection shapes considered in this paper.
Since the 3-girder railway bridge under high-speed train moving loads is concerned in this paper, one can extract this basic strain energy tuning parameters such as triple products of the min eigenvalue (natural frequency) with associated eigenmode which is the 1st order bending motion and the frictional dynamic energy loss can be normalized with the term of damping ratio in the assumption of damage-free condition of the test specimen.
The meeting was divided into four topical areas; linear and non linear benchmarking of Alfven eigenmode codes, ITER fast particle diagnostics and 3-D magnetic-field effects on fast ion confinement.
N] all at once, it is important when a projection onto a specific eigenmode is desired.
Spectral eigenmode decompositions of TM may be expected as [section] 4.
Obtained results for all performed measurement by using screwed and riveted joints and vibration in the form of bending (B) and torsional (T) eigenmode are given in the Table 1.
A procedure for deriving the Green's function in terms of solenoidal and irrotational parts is presented, wherein the solenoidal part of the Green's function is obtained in the eigenmode expansion form as a superposition of three terms associated with TM, TE, and TEM modes of the ideal hard surface waveguide.
Stability: The understanding of the complex plasma dynamics observed in early plasma experiments was initiated with the development of powerful energy principles and eigenmode techniques to explore the linear stability of plasma equilibria.