eigenfrequency

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eigenfrequency

(ˈaɪɡənˌfriːkwənsɪ)
n, pl -cies
(General Physics) physics a resonance frequency of a system
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32) Since then, the eigenfrequencies of these oscillations and their decay rates have been measured and compiled after large earthquakes.
The significance of the 3D gear mesh model without modifications is in that it maintains the meshing eigenfrequencies in the contact force and propagates them further into the structure and driveline.
Deformation characteristics and eigenfrequencies of press-fit acetabular cups.
The effect of internal flow on the eigenfrequencies manifests itself via the centrifugal and Coriolis forces.
The eigenfrequencies solutions of (9) are for the first auxiliary problem, those which satisfy boundary conditions (5a), (5b), (5c), and (5d):
This means, that each impact excites, in the investigated frequency range, different eigenfrequencies and other associated modal parameters.
At given values of these parameters, the first of the parameters, which determines the eigenfrequencies, in (2) is found from the equation below:
The analysis of eigenfrequencies also includes mode shapes and the corresponding energy distribution in a system, such as powertrains," Arloth said.
Optimization of practical trusses with constraints on eigenfrequencies, displacements, stresses and buckling, Report no.
The continuum model has an unlimited spectrum of eigenfrequencies and an infinite number of modes of vibrations.
As a consequence we can consider (in the most simplest case) a chain of equal harmonic proton oscillators with an associated logarithmic spectrum of eigenfrequencies which can be expressed through continued fractions.