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transient vibration of a plate
Posted 11 Oct 2010, 17:48 BST Acoustics & Vibrations 2 Replies
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I am trying to find out the transient vibration of a clamped plate by applying a time dependent load of 100*sin(2*pi*f*t), where t is for time and f = 100 Hz.. The load is uniformly acting on the surface of the plate. Therefore, I am expecting that the displacement with respect to time of a point on the plate should also be sinusoidal. However, I am not getting that. Please inform me, if I am wrong here.
I am attaching my model for your reference. In the model, I have found the amplitude of displacement at the middle point.
Any kind of help would be happily appreciated.
Thanks in advance.