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2019S, VU, 2.0h, 3.0EC

## Properties

• Semester hours: 2.0
• Credits: 3.0
• Type: VU Lecture and Exercise

## Aim of course

Students are introduced to the concept of computational modal analysis based on the example of mechanical systems. Modal reduction techniques for the derivation of efficient computational models are discussed. Furthermore, knowledge about measurement methods for the experimental determination of modal parameters (experimental modal analysis) of mechanical structures will be acquired.

Upon completion of the course students should be able to

• derive the free oscillation eigenvalue problem and interpret its results, i.e. model shapes and natural frequencies, as well as be familiar with the most important numerical solution methods

• derive reduced order models for multi degree of freedom systems by using an appropriate modal basis

• Conduct harmonic response analyses of full and reduced systems, incorporating different damping methods, and be familiar with the concept of transfer functions

• Describe the working principles of measurement equipment for experimental modal analysis, and to use such equipment in practice

• Extract natural frequencies and mode shapes from measurement data by using various identification techniques, as well as compare experimentally determined modes to computational results based on appropriate criteria

Additionally, students should improve their ability to

• work in teams

• learn with and from other students

• present their findings in a clear and concise manner

## Subject of course

Starting form a mathematical description of a linear mechanical system (e.g. obtained by the finite element method) the free oscillation eigenvalue problem is introduced. The solutions, natural frequencies and oscillation modes, are the basis for modal analysis. The following topics with respect to computational modal analysis will be covered:

• Eigenvalue problem(s)

• Solution methods

• Modal basis & model reduction

In addition to computational modal analysis, measurement techniques can be used to experimentally determine the modal parameters of mechanical systems. The appropriate theory including frequency response functions, fast Fourier transform, etc. is introduced. Furthermore, modern measurement systems (laser scanning interferometer) and modal analysis software packages will be used in laboratory experiments.

## Course dates

DayTimeDateLocationDescription
Wed09:00 - 11:0006.03.2019 - 26.06.2019Seminarraum BA 05 Vorlesung/Teamlearning/Workshop
Modal analysis - Single appointments
DayDateTimeLocationDescription
Wed06.03.201909:00 - 11:00Seminarraum BA 05 Vorlesung/Teamlearning/Workshop
Wed13.03.201909:00 - 11:00Seminarraum BA 05 Vorlesung/Teamlearning/Workshop
Wed20.03.201909:00 - 11:00Seminarraum BA 05 Vorlesung/Teamlearning/Workshop
Wed27.03.201909:00 - 11:00Seminarraum BA 05 Vorlesung/Teamlearning/Workshop
Wed03.04.201909:00 - 11:00Seminarraum BA 05 Vorlesung/Teamlearning/Workshop
Wed10.04.201909:00 - 11:00Seminarraum BA 05 Vorlesung/Teamlearning/Workshop
Wed08.05.201909:00 - 11:00Seminarraum BA 05 Vorlesung/Teamlearning/Workshop
Wed15.05.201909:00 - 11:00Seminarraum BA 05 Vorlesung/Teamlearning/Workshop
Wed22.05.201909:00 - 11:00Seminarraum BA 05 Vorlesung/Teamlearning/Workshop
Wed29.05.201909:00 - 11:00Seminarraum BA 05 Vorlesung/Teamlearning/Workshop
Wed05.06.201909:00 - 11:00Seminarraum BA 05 Vorlesung/Teamlearning/Workshop
Wed12.06.201909:00 - 11:00Seminarraum BA 05 Vorlesung/Teamlearning/Workshop
Wed19.06.201909:00 - 11:00Seminarraum BA 05 Vorlesung/Teamlearning/Workshop
Wed26.06.201909:00 - 11:00Seminarraum BA 05 Vorlesung/Teamlearning/Workshop

## Examination modalities

Active participation, lab report, test

## Course registration

Begin End Deregistration end
01.02.2019 00:00 12.03.2019 23:55 12.03.2019 23:55

Registration modalities:

All registered students will be distributed in teams - please sign up for the course if you want to take it.

## Curricula

Study CodeSemesterPrecon.Info
033 245 Mechanical Engineering
Course requires the completion of the introductory and orientation phase
033 282 Mechanical Engineering - Management
Course requires the completion of the introductory and orientation phase

## Literature

No lecture notes are available.

## Language

if required in English