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Nonproportional viscous damping matrix identification using frequency response functions
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 Title & Authors
Nonproportional viscous damping matrix identification using frequency response functions
Min, Cheon-Hong; Kim, Hyung-Woo;
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 Abstract
Accurate identification of damping matrix in structures is very important for predicting vibration responses and estimating parameters or other characteristics affected by energy dissipation. In this paper, damping matrix identification method that use normal frequency response functions, which were estimated from complex frequency response functions, is proposed. The complex frequency response functions were obtained from the experimental data of the structure. The nonproportional damping matrix was identified through the proposed method. Two numerical examples (lumped-mass model and cantilever beam model) were considered to verify the performance of the proposed method. As a result, the damping matrix of the nonproportional system was accurately identified.
 Keywords
Damping matrix identification;Complex frequency response function;Normal frequency response function;
 Language
Korean
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