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What is the fundamental assumption behind the mode superposition technique?
Using a linear combination of modes, one can solve dynamics problems including:
Compared to full harmonic analysis, the MSUP method:
The mode superposition method:
Eigenvectors are important in the mode superposition method because:
Why is the full method expensive?
What is a reasonable number of modes to use in the MSUP method?
What is the role of modal coordinates in the MSUP method?
In the drone arm harmonic analysis, using the MSUP method gives a similar result with the full method because:
Which of the following statement about the equation of motion is true?