underdamping

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underdamping

[¦ən·dər¦dam·piŋ]
(physics)
Condition of a system when the amount of damping is sufficiently small so that, when the system is subjected to a single disturbance, either constant or instantaneous, one or more oscillations are executed by the system.
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Utilizing (19) and shaping it as a standard form of an underdamped system allows extracting natural frequency and damping ratio.
The present work concerns the existence of traveling wave solutions for the following underdamped Frenkel-Kontorova model:
Caption: Figure 2: Fractional derivatives for the underdamped harmonic oscillator using (a) Granwald-Letnikov and (b) Riemann-Liouville (b) approaches.
The mathematical formulation is applied in an underdamped system with 2DOF (Two Degrees of Freedom) excited by the base.
The eight-rotor UAV is an underdamped system with four inputs and six outputs, according to the distribution of the rotor.
The damping characteristic can be divided into three categories: overdamped ([zeta] > 1), underdamped ([zeta] < 1), and critically damped ([zeta] = 1).
[7] One solution may be for monitor manufacturers to develop software that could detect the presence of an over- or underdamped system and possibly even correct for this error.
After a more optimal tuning was applied to the PI block, a classic underdamped oscillator curve can be seen.
The vibrations of linear 1 DOF systems with ordinary damping can be classified as underdamped, critically damped, and overdamped according to the magnitude of the damping coefficient.
The plot also highlights the importance of designing the bearings in such a manner that underdamped and overdamped conditions can also be avoided through proper design.