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A survey of the technology of modal testing, a new method for describing the vibration properties of a structure by constructing mathematical models based on test data rather than using conventional theoretical analysis. Shows how to build a detailed mathematical model of a test structure and analyze and modify the structure to improve its dynamics. Covers techniques for measuring the mode, shapes, and frequencies of practical structures from turbine blades to suspension bridges.
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