Introduction to Experimental Modal Analysis: A Simple Non-mathematical Presentation

Modal analysis is the study of the dynamic character of a system that is defined independently from the loads applied to the system and the response of the system

2017

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  • Modal analysis is the study of the dynamic character of a system that is defined independently from the loads applied to the system and the response of the system
  • Modal analysis is used in the design of many types of structures, such as automotive structures, aircraft structures, spacecraft, computers, and tennis rackets
  • The most important measurement that is needed for experimental modal analysis is the frequency response function
  • The chapter briefly discusses some of the basic steps that occur in the acquisition of data to obtain the FRF
  • The chapter considers some of the testing considerations when performing impact testing and Shaker testing

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