eigenfrequency


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eigenfrequency

(ˈaɪɡənˌfriːkwənsɪ)
n, pl -cies
(General Physics) physics a resonance frequency of a system
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The eigenfrequency analysis was computed for the natural frequencies of the unloaded and loaded structures.
They include calculation models for revealing the relation between the eigenfrequency spectrum of anisotropic plates and the piezoelectric effect in the case of different boundary-value problems (Narita 2003).
The highest eigenfrequency of the FE model is related to dimensions of the smallest element appearing in the mesh while that of the continuum model tends to infinity.
Following a series of measurements, it was finally ascertained that the value of eigenfrequency of the floor slab is 9.
This setup leads to 3 parameters determining the eigenfrequency of the chain, the mass value and the two different lengths of the strings.
Structural Mechanics Module features additional sub-modules which allow for static, eigenfrequency, damped eigenfrequency, frequency response, parametric, quasi static, time-dependent and linear buckling analysis.
If the array of resonators is actuated by any mechanical signals so only that resonators start resonate whose eigenfrequency is equal to the frequency component composed in the signal.
Filtering has been used in attempts to obtain monochromatic waves by using tubes separated into periodically spaced chambers (at some known eigenfrequency corresponding to one half wavelength).
In this respect, the quantity of interest in this study was restricted to that of the eigenfrequency.
Here, [Omega] is the angular eigenfrequency when the sample is inserted in the cavity resonator, [[Omega].