free vibration


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free vibration

[¦frē vī′brā·shən]
(physics)
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It is worth noting that [[gamma].sub.p] is the work done by an external force that is zero for free vibration analysis.
Because the natural frequencies for the simply supported case and the free vibration case are extremely low, they have been separated from the clamped cases in order to show the effect of delamination size most effectively.
Commercial analysis software Mechanical APDL 16.0 was used to develop a 3D finite element simulation model for free vibration analysis of an axially functionally graded beam.
Yu, "Free vibration analysis of functionally graded carbon nanotube-reinforced composite plates using the element-free kp-Ritz method in thermal environment," Composite Structures, vol.
Due to the complex nature of the problem of free vibration of structural cables with vibration characteristics that are significantly different from strings, accurate yet simple analytical relationships that take into account all pertinent parameters are needed.
When the experimental results of the system in free vibration are compared with the analytical method, for the structure without absorbers, a variation of 4.0% is observed for the first natural frequency and of 2.1% for the second natural frequency.
[8] proposed a numerical procedure for the free vibration analysis of pretwisted thin plates based on the thin shell theory and studied the vibration characteristics considering different twist rates and aspect ratios.
Caption: FIGURE 13: Decreasing load followed by free vibration. External load (a) and damper response (b).
Overall, the rumax happens in the range of shaking duration, not in the free vibration duration.
Lim, "Accurate approximate analytical solutions for nonlinear free vibration of systems with serial linear and nonlinear stiffness," Journal of Sound and Vibration, vol.
which indicates that the free vibration motion is of a specific shape [phi] (x) having a time-dependent amplitude Y(t).
[12] analyzed the free vibration problem of pipes conveying fluid with several typical boundary conditions by a relatively new semianalytical method called differential transformation method (DTM).