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7.1 Modes of vibration
7.2 Real undamped natural modes
7.2.1 Undamped non-gyroscopic systems Normalization of real modal vectors Orthogonality of real modal vectors Modal matrix Free vibration solution Undamped forced vibration Excitation modal vectors
7.2.2 Systems with proportional damping Viscous damping Structural damping
7.3 Complex damped natural modes
7.3.1 Viscous damping
7.3.2 Structural damping
7.4 Forced monophase damped modes
7.4.1 Analysis based on the dynamic stiffness matrix
7.4.3 Proportional damping
7.5 Rigid-body modes
7.5.1 Flexibility method
7.5.2 Stiffness method
7.6 Modal participation factors
8.1 Structural dynamics eigenproblem
8.2. Transformation to standard form
8.2.1 Cholesky factorization of the mass matrix
8.2.2 Shift-and-invert spectral transformation
8.3. Determinant search method
8.4. Matrix transformation methods
8.4.1 The eigenvalue decomposition
8.4.2 Householder reflections
8.4.3 Sturm sequence and bisection
8.4.4 Partial Schur decomposition
8.5. Iteration methods
8.5.1 Single vector iterations The power method Wielandt deflation Inverse iteration
8.5.2 The QR method
8.5.3 Simultaneous iteration
8.5.4 The QZ method
8.6. Subspace iteration methods
8.6.1 The Rayleigh-Ritz approximation
8.6.2 Krylov subspaces
8.6.3 The Arnoldi method Arnoldi’s algorithm Generation of Arnoldi vectors The Arnoldi factorization Eigenpair approximation Implementation details
8.6.4 The Lanczos method
8.7. Software
9.1 Frequency response function matrices
9.1.1 Frequency response functions
9.1.2 2D FRF matrices
9.1.3 3D FRF matrices
9.2 Principal response analysis of CFRF matrices
9.2.1 The singular value decomposition
9.2.2 Principal response functions
9.2.3 The reduced-rank AFRF matrix
9.2.4 SVD plots
9.2.5 PRF plots
9.2.6 Mode indicator functions The UMIF The CoMIF The AMIF
9.2.7 Numerical simulations
9.2.8 Test data example 1
9.3 Analysis of the 3D FRF matrices
9.3.1 The CMIF
9.3.2 Eigenvalue-based MIFs The MMIF The MRMIF The ImMIF The RMIF
9.3.3 Single-curve MIFs
9.3.4 Numerical simulations
9.3.5 Test data example 1
9.4 QR decomposition of the CFRF matrices
9.4.1 Pivoted QR factorization of the CFRF matrix
9.4.2 Pivoted QLP decomposition of the CFRF matrix
9.4.3 The QCoMIF
9.4.4 The QRMIF
9.4.5 Test data example 2
10.1 Models of a vibrating structure
10.2 Single-mode parameter extraction methods
10.2.1 Analysis of receptance data Peak-amplitude method Circle-fit method Co-quad components method Phase angle method
10.2.2 Analysis of mobility data Skeleton method SDOF mobility data Peak amplitude method Circle-fit method
10.2.3 Base-excited systems
10.3 Multiple-mode parameter extraction methods
10.3.1 Phase-separation method
10.3.2 Residues
10.3.3 Modal separation by least squares curve fit
10.3.4 Elimination of the modal matrix
10.3.5 Multipoint excitation methods
10.3.6 Appropriated excitation techniques
10.3.7 Real frequency-dependent modal characteristics Characteristic phase-lag modes Best monophase modal vectors Eigenvectors of the coincident FRF matrix
10.4 Time domain methods
10.4.1 Ibrahim time-domain method
10.4.2 Random decrement technique
11.1 Reduced dynamic models
11.1.1 Model reduction philosophy
11.1.2 Model reduction methods
11.2 Physical coordinate reduction methods
11.2.1 Irons-Guyan reduction Static condensation of dynamic models Practical implementation of the GR method Selection of active DOFs
11.2.2 Improved Reduced System (IRS) method
11.2.4 Dynamic condensation
11.2.5 Iterative dynamic condensation
11.3 Modal coordinate reduction methods
11.3.1 Definitions
11.3.2 Modal TAM and SEREP
11.3.3 Improved Modal TAM
11.3.4 Hybrid TAM
11.3.5 Modal TAMs vs. non-modal TAMs
11.3.6 Iterative Modal Dynamic Condensation
11.4 Hybrid reduction methods
11.4.1 The reduced model eigensystem
11.4.2 Exact reduced system
11.4.3 Craig-Bampton reduction
11.4.4 General Dynamic Reduction
11.4.5 Extended Guyan Reduction
11.4.6 MacNeal’s reduction
11.5 FRF reduction
12.1 Dynamic structural modeling
12.1.1 Test-analysis requirements
12.1.2 Sources of uncertainty
12.1.3 FRF based testing
12.2 Test-analysis models
12.3 Comparison of modal properties
12.3.1 Direct comparison of modal parameters
12.3.2 Orthogonality criteria Test Orthogonality Matrix Cross Orthogonality Matrix
12.3.3 Modal vector correlation coefficients Modal Scale Factor The Modal Assurance Criterion Normalized cross-orthogonality The AutoMAC The FMAC
12.3.4 Degree of freedom correlation Coordinate Modal Assurance Criterion Normalized cross-orthogonality location Modulus difference
12.3.5 Modal kinetic energy
12.4 Comparison of FRFs
12.4.1 Comparison of individual FRFs
12.4.2 Comparison of sets of FRFs Frequency Response Assurance Criterion Response Vector Assurance Criterion Frequency Domain Assurance Criterion
12.5.1 Selection of active DOFs / Sensor placement Small stiffness / large inertia criterion Effective independence method (EfI) Sensor location with Arnoldi and Schur vectors Selection of the candidate set of sensors
12.5.2 Exciter placement Preselection by EfI method Use of synthesized FRF data Final selection using MMIF
12.5.3 Input/output test matrix
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