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- Ewins D[1]. J., Modal Testing - Theory and Practice
- D. J. Ewins - Modal Testing: Theory and Practice
- Modal testing - Theory, Practice and Application

The aim of the course is to understand and determine the magnitude of vibration and modal characteristics of a structural system.

There are two routes to achieve this goal:. The single degree of freedom SDoF model studied in vibration course enables us to understand the fundamental concepts of free and forced vibration, natural frequency, resonance and damping. However in MDoF systems, resonance may occur at a number of different frequencies, each of which corresponds to a different pattern or shape of the system's motion.

These are known as the natural or normal modes of vibration or mode shapes. While only one differential equation is sufficient to describe the motion of an SDoF system, there is a differential equation of motion for each degree of freedom for MDoF systems.

In other words, a set of n simultaneous equations is needed to mathematically describe an MDoF system. In the experimental method, the structure is excited by applying forced vibration and measuring the responses, from which the vibration modes are determined and a structural model developed. This is sometimes called the reverse process to the theoretical method. This course starts with a review of structural and dynamic theory. Next, methods of measuring frequency response from the structure under test are explained in details.

Various methods of input excitation are discussed, such as shaker and impact hammer. Structural preparation and suspension methods are also examined. A review of transducers, shakers and hammers together with signal processing equipment is made before discussing analysis methods, such as frequency-domain and time-domain curve fitting. Modal test philosophy including the sequence of steps and practical considerations in undertaking the test are discussed.

The tabulation of results and derivation of mode shapes and construction of spatial models mass, stiffness and damping are covered before discussing the application of the modal test results. Skip to main content. Saeed Ziaei-Rad. Search form Search. Introduction The aim of the course is to understand and determine the magnitude of vibration and modal characteristics of a structural system. There are two routes to achieve this goal: modal analysis the theoretical approach , and modal testing the experimental approach.

Maia, Silva, J. Grading Policy:. Data for Line Fit Method. Isfahan University of Technology. Department of Mechanical Engineering.

The aim of the course is to understand and determine the magnitude of vibration and modal characteristics of a structural system. There are two routes to achieve this goal:. The single degree of freedom SDoF model studied in vibration course enables us to understand the fundamental concepts of free and forced vibration, natural frequency, resonance and damping. However in MDoF systems, resonance may occur at a number of different frequencies, each of which corresponds to a different pattern or shape of the system's motion. These are known as the natural or normal modes of vibration or mode shapes. While only one differential equation is sufficient to describe the motion of an SDoF system, there is a differential equation of motion for each degree of freedom for MDoF systems.

Series Editor: Professor J. Roberts University of Sussex, England. Maia and Jtilio M. Ewins and D. All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced by any means, nor transmitted, nor translated into a machine language without the written permission of the publisher. Some 15 years and more have passed since the foreword to the first edition of Modal Testing: Theory and Practice was written.

A survey of the technology of modal testing, a new method for describing the vibration properties of a structure by constructing mathematical models based Modal Testing: Theory and Practice D. Ewins; Published ; Computer Science.

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