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Modal analysis of beams using ANSYS software and to compare the observation with experimental and theoretical
Modal analysis of beams using ANSYS software and to compare
the
observation with experimental and theoretical results on beams using
shaker .
Modal analysis of beams using ANSYS software and to compare the observation with experimental and theoretical
Modal analysis of beams using ANSYS software and to compare the observation with experimental and theoretical
Modal analysis of beams using ANSYS software and to compare the observation with experimental and theoretical
  • LEARNING PHASE

 LEARNING PHASE o Study Fundamentals of Vibration and Modal Analysis o Getting acquainted with ANSYS

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Study Fundamentals of Vibration and Modal Analysis

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Getting acquainted with ANSYS

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Experimental Modal Analysis on beams

  • PRACTICAL PHASE

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Apply Modal Analysis on beams using ANSYS and interpret results

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Measurement of Frequency Response Function (FRF) using shaker.

  • FINAL PHASE

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Comparison of results obtained from experimentation and simulation

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search for cause of variation in case of large deviation in the results

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compile project report

Modal analysis studies the dynamic properties or “ structural characteristics ” of a mechanical structure under

Modal analysis studies the dynamic properties or structural characteristics” of a mechanical structure under dynamic excitation

Resonant frequency

Mode shapes Damping

application

  • Noise Vibration and Harshness (NVH) Response of ground vehicles

  • It is very important in the aircraft structures and gas turbine engines for finding the optimum operating range

  • Nowadays it has become an important part of civil engineering for design of structures in the earthquake areas

It refers to a complete process including both an acquisition phase and an analysis phase. The

It refers to a complete process including both an acquisition phase and an analysis phase. The structure is excited by external forces such as an impact hammer or shaker.

Modal testing systems consist of transducers (typically accelerometers and force cells), an analog to digital converter or front-end to digitize the analog instrumentation signals and a host pc to review and analyze the data

It refers to a complete process including both an acquisition phase and an analysis phase. The
  • When the input is fixed and FRFs are measured for multiple outputs, this corresponds to measuring elements from a single column of the FRF matrix. This is typical of a shaker test.

 Modes (or resonances) are inherent properties of a structure. Resonances are determined by the material

Modes (or resonances) are inherent properties of a structure. Resonances are determined by the material properties (mass, stiffness, and damping properties), and boundary conditions of the structure. Each mode is defined by a natural (modal or

resonant) frequency.

 Modes (or resonances) are inherent properties of a structure. Resonances are determined by the material
 Modes (or resonances) are inherent properties of a structure. Resonances are determined by the material
 Modes (or resonances) are inherent properties of a structure. Resonances are determined by the material
 Modes (or resonances) are inherent properties of a structure. Resonances are determined by the material

All structures can have up to six rigid body modes, three

translational modes and three rotational modes

 Modes (or resonances) are inherent properties of a structure. Resonances are determined by the material
 Modes (or resonances) are inherent properties of a structure. Resonances are determined by the material

The FRF describes the input-output relationship between two points on a structure as a function of frequency

An FRF is a measure of how much displacement, velocity, or acceleration response a structure has at an output DOF, per unit of excitation force at an input DOF

The ratio of the Fourier transform of an output response divided by the Fourier transform of the input force that caused the output

 The FRF describes the input-output relationship between two points on a structure as a function
 The FRF describes the input-output relationship between two points on a structure as a function

Structural dynamics measurement involves measuring elements of an FRF matrix model for

the structure

FRF matrix columns correspond to inputs, and rows correspond to outputs. Each input and output corresponds to a measurement DOF of the test structure.

 The FRF describes the input-output relationship between two points on a structure as a function

THEORITICAL

  • Study transverse vibrations of beams and calculate mode frequencies and compare the results with experimental observations and simulated results

OBJECTIVES

  • Complete experimental observations and compare the results with computational results

  • Calculate theoritically the modal frequencies of the beams under observation and compare all three results.