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natural frequency

n
(General Physics) physics the frequency at which a system vibrates when set in free vibration. Compare forcing frequency
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One way to analyze the vibrations and natural frequencies is by using Fourier series to describe them [18-21].
All systems display one or more natural frequencies, so design of vibration isolation systems must be targeted at frequencies greater than the natural frequency.
Finally, when the thickness of the nanobar increases, natural frequencies increase contrary to the other two parameters.
5] studied the variations in the natural frequencies and damping properties of laminated composite coated beams utilizing a numerical technique to compute the Eigen parameters of coated laminated composite beams (sandwich structures).
Using natural frequencies to locate defects in composite structures have been made in many attempts that a number of them are mentioned in continue.
Identify the number of natural frequencies to look for within the desired frequency range.
Loshe explains that vibration analysis collects data on parameters such as natural frequencies, displacements and stroke amplitude, and the operation of bearings and gears.
During the practical session, participants tapped the motor mount with hammers to measure natural frequencies, and operated the motor in order to produce sympathetic vibrations and compare them with the vibration analysis results of normal motor In 1989, the EBARA CORPORATION established the EBARA Hatakeyama Memorial Fund (EHMF) to deepen mutual understanding, mainly with Southeast Asian countries, through international cooperation by means of technical guidance and other efforts.
The vibrating system with N DOFs contains N natural frequencies [[omega].
Finally, natural frequencies and corresponding shapes of the jack-up are investigated.
If the natural frequency of one harmonic oscillator is known, one can calculate the complete fractal spectrum of natural frequencies of the chain system.