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Test Analysis Verification Using Open Software

Brandt, Anders; Sturesson, Per-Olof and Ristinmaa, Matti LU (2014) In Sound & Vibration 48(6). p.13-16
Abstract
Teaching the topic of structural dynamics in any engineering field is a true challenge due to the wide span of the underlying subjects like mathematics, mechanics (both rigid-body and continuum mechanics), numerical analysis, random data analysis and physical understanding. In this article we present a pedagogical example of using experimental modal analysis to verify and calibrate a finite-element model using free, open-source software.
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Sound & Vibration
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48
issue
6
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13 - 16
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Acoustical Publ Inc
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  • wos:000341453700006
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ISSN
1541-0161
language
English
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  year         = {2014},
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