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Title: Dynamic magnification factor of SDOF oscillators under harmonic loading
Other Titles: Factor multiplicador completo de un sistema de un grado de libertad sometido a carga armónica
Authors: Gil-Martín, Luisa María
Carbonell-Márquez, Juan Francisco
Hernández-Montes, Enrique
Aschheim, Mark
Pasadas Fernández, Miguel
Issue Date: 6-Jul-2011
Abstract: The magnification factor for the steady-state response of a SDOF system under harmonic loading is described in many structural dynamics textbooks; the well known analytical solution is easily obtained from the solution to the damped equation of motion for harmonic loading. The complete and steady state solutions can differ significantly. An analytical expression for the maximum response to the complete solution (steady state plus transient) remains elusive; however, a simple analytical expression is identified herein for the undamped case. Differences in the magnification factors obtained for both solutions are discussed.
Sponsorship: TEP-190
Description: Artículo publicado en Applied Mathematics Letters
Keywords: Dynamic magnification factor
Steady state
Transient state
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10481/19866
Rights : Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 License
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