Learn about advanced settings and taking control of peaks and valleys.
- [Instructor] In this video, we're going to look…at the background to frequency response analysis.…Again there's a few key parameters we need to think about.…What is frequency response analysis?…Well, many loading environments…have got a very strong, sustained,…what we call periodic content.…So, they can have a constant amplitude…and phase across a frequency range,…so for example, something like a shaker table,…or an exciter.…It's oscillating all the time…as it's driving, so it's like a stinger…or a shaker, an exciter.…We can define that amplitude…and phase as a function of the frequency.…
Now it could be constant or it can vary,…so things such as rotating systems,…vortex shedding, road surfaces,…engine load inputs, helicopter blades going round,…they all have this periodic type of input.…Our objective is to investigate the steady state response…across this frequency range.…So, we're not going to look at the transitory behavior,…the instantaneous behavior,…it's what's called the steady state…or the maximum value.…
- Building and running a normal modes analysis
- Mass modeling in dynamics
- Stiffness modeling in dynamics
- Rigid body modes
- Mass participation
- Advanced Nastran editing
- Transient analysis
- Frequency response analysis
Skill Level Intermediate
Autodesk Inventor Professional: Stress Analysis Toolswith Thom Tremblay25m 53s Intermediate
SOLIDWORKS: Simulation for Finite Element Analysiswith Tony Abbey2h 29m Intermediate
SOLIDWORKS Simulation: Dynamic Analysiswith Tony Abbey2h 40m Intermediate
1. Normal Modes Analysis
2. Key Dynamic Analysis Concepts
3. Advanced Editing in Autodesk Nastran In-CAD
Nastran editing methods7m 26s
4. Transient Analysis
5. Frequency Response Analysis
Next steps1m 35s
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