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Overview of modal analysis
1.1Introduction
1.2What is modal analysis?
1.3What is modal testing?
1.4Applications of modal analysis
1.4.1Troubleshooting
1.4.3Structural modification
1.4.4Sensitivity analysis
1.4.5Reduction of mathematical models
1.4.6Forced response prediction
1.4.7Force identification
1.4.8 Response prediction
1.4.9Substructure coupling
1.4.10Structural damage detection
1.4.11 Active vibration control
1.5Practical applications of modal analysis
1.6Historical development of modal analysis
Mathematics for modal analysis
2.1Basic matrix concepts
2.1.1Trace of a matrix
2.1.2Determinant of a matrix
2.1.3Norm of a matrix
2.1.4The rank of a matrix
2.1.5Similarity of matrices
2.2Linear simultaneous equations
2.3Matrix inversion
2.3.1Inverse of a non-singular real matrix
2.3.2Inverse of a square complex matrix
2.3.3Pseudo inverse of a matrix
2.4Decomposition of a matrix
2.4.1LU decomposition
2.4.2QR decomposition
2.4.3Schur decomposition
2.4.4Spectrum decomposition
2.4.5 Submatrix decomposition
2.4.6Singular value decomposition (SVD)
2.4.7 Eigenvalue decomposition
2.4.8Cholesky decomposition
2.5The matrix eigenvalue problem
2.6Derivatives of matrices
2.6.1Derivatives of a bilinear form
2.6.2Derivatives of matrix traces
2.7Perturbation
2.8The least-squares method
2.9Partial fraction expansion
2.10Laplace transform and transfer function
2.11Fourier series and Fourier transform
2.12Variable separation method for partial differential equations
2.13Poles and zeros of a polynomial function
2.14State–space concept
2.15Time series analysis
2.15.1AR model
2.15.2ARMA model
2.16The z-transform
Basic vibration theory
3.1Modelling of a vibration problem using mathematical models
3.2Basic concepts of vibration
3.3Free vibration of an SDoF system
3.4Harmonic vibration of an SDoF system
3.5Vibration of an SDoF system due to an arbitrary force
3.6Free and harmonically forced vibration of an MDoF system
3.7Energy approach
3.7.3Kinetic energy
3.7.4Potential energy
3.7.5Lagrange’s equation
3.8Vibration of continuous systems
3.8.1The vibrating string
3.8.2Vibrations of membranes
3.8.3Longitudinal vibration of a bar
3.8.4 Transverse vibration of a beam
Modal analysis theory of an SDoF dynamic system
4.1Frequency response functions of an SDoF system
4.2Graphical display of a frequency response function
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