damped vibration

damped vibration

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j] < 0, the complex mode will cause the system to undergo a damped vibration with decreasing amplitude, and therefore this mode is a stable one.
In the system is a damped vibration frequency, in contrast to the first case, where the resonance frequency is the frequency of damped vibration of the system.
2003), which is the amplitude reduction rate of a free damped vibration, defined as the natural logarithm of the ratio between any two successive amplitudes measured in the same direction (Beards, 1996).
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It could be seen that resulting vibration have the form of free damped vibration, which amplitude exponentially decrease.
Brock, "A note on the damped vibration absorber," ASME Journal of Applied Mechanics, vol.
Previous expression could be easily derived from corresponding differential equation of damped vibration.
It covers analytical dynamics of discrete systems, undamped and damped vibrations of n-degree-of freedom systems, continuous systems and their approximation by displacement methods, solution methods for the eigenvalue problem, and direct time-integration methods.