Introduction to Modal-Based Methods

Have you ever wondered how a guitar gets its wonderful sound? This is one of the most common examples where the vibrations are being intentionally made. In other circumstances, such as in an automobile, we suppress the vibrations with the help of shock absorbers. To get optimal performance in either of these cases, we must tune the structure’s natural frequencies appropriately. Mode Superposition techniques can be used to predict the system’s response, either in the frequency domain or time domain. In this course, we will learn about the workflow of linear dynamics, the importance of damping and much more.

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