free vibration


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free vibration

n
(General Physics) the vibration of a structure that occurs at its natural frequency, as opposed to a forced vibration
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However, this article is motivated by the lack of studies in the technical literature concerning to the influence of graded agglomerated CNTs on nonlinear free vibration analysis of functionally graded sandwich carbon nanotube reinforced (FGS-CNTR) beams on Pasternak foundation.
Experimental results for free vibration analysis of CFRP composite plates with delamination are presented in first section and in second section finite element analysis results are presented.
In the following the free vibration analysis of the FGM beam is considered [27-29].
He, "Free vibration analysis of single-walled carbon nanotubes using a higher-order gradient theory," Journal of Sound and Vibration, vol.
In any case, the damping ratios are calculated from the free vibration time history recorded after releasing cable using available methods.
Free Vibration. For validation of the predicted results, the transient responses of the structure in the free vibration tests (system acceleration responses) and their respective frequency spectrum FFT were obtained.
Leissa and Jacob [1] investigated the free vibration of pretwisted, cantilevered beams and plates by using the Ritz method.
Decreasing Load Followed by Free Vibration. A load with decreasing amplitude of finite duration, starting from 9 kN and decaying linearly (followed by the model's free vibration) is studied here.
Those results seem to be influenced by the harmonic motion due to free vibration, which still contributes to maintain excess pore water pressure.
Yang, "Nonlinear free vibration of an elastically-restrained beam with a point mass via the newton-harmonic balancing approach," International Journal of Nonlinear Sciences and Numerical Simulation, vol.
The free vibration equation of motion for the system as shown in Figure 1 is easily formulated by directly expressing the equilibrium of all forces acting on the differential segment of beam.