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A modal analysis of the violin using MSC/NASTRAN and PATRAN
George Anthony Knott
by Naval Postgraduate School, Available from National Technical Information Service in Monterey, Calif, Springfield, Va
Written in English
The MSC/NASTRAN finite element computer program and a Cray XMP computer were used to study the modal characteristics of a violin with the Stradivari shape. The violin geometry was modeled using an arcs of circles scheme with PATRAN, a finite element graphics pre/postprocessor program. The violin was modeled in-vacu and with free boundary conditions. Belly, back, sound post, bassbar, neck, bridge, tail-piece, strings, rib linings, end and corner blocks are the components of the model. Mode shapes and frequencies wer calculated for free top and back plates, the violin box, and the complete violin system, including the strings. The results obtained from the finite element technique were compared to experimental data from real violins collected by other investigators.
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Full text of "A modal analysis of the violin using MSC/NASTRAN and PATRAN" See other formats DUDLEY SliTOX LIBRABY NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEkE-Y C AiLIFORNI A NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL Monterey, California THESIS A MODAL ANALYSIS OF THE VIOLIN USING MSC/NASTRAN AND PATRAN by George A.
Knott March Thesis Advisor:. The MSC/NASTRAN finite element computer program and a Cray XMP computer were used to study the modal characteristics of a violin with the Stradivari shape. The violin geometry was modeled using an arcs of circles scheme with PATRAN, a finite element A modal analysis of the violin using MSC/NASTRAN and PATRAN book pre/postprocessor program.
The violin was modeled in-vacu and with free boundary Pages: The msc/nastran finite element computer program was used to study the modal characteristics of a violin with the Stradivari shape.
The violin geometry was modeled using an arcs of circles scheme with patran, a finite element graphics pre/postprocessorback, sound post, bassbar, neck, bridge, tail-piece, strings, rib linings, end and corner blocks are the components of the by: 9. NAS Dynamic Analysis.
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Cifuentes (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Cited by: 1. This book is one in a series of user’s guides describing the use of MSC Nastran.
The first book in the series, Getting Started with MSC Nastran User’s Guide, is intended for those readers who are unfamiliar with the finite element method, those who have never run MSC Nastran, or those who are interested in a general overview of MSC Nastran’s capabilities.
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Read more. Helpful. Comment Report abuse.3/5(1). Dynamic Analysis with Patran & MSC Nastran 1. Program overview Title: Dynamic analysis with Patran & MSC Nastran – online course.
Director: Professor Juan José Benito Muñoz. - 5b Modal analysis of a tuning fork using coarse mesh with Tet 10 elements. Work Flow / Typical Analysis NASTRAN SOL ADAMS •Nonlinear static step: To get to the deformed configuration •Modal step: NASTRAN transforms Nodal DOFs to CB Modal Coords •Export MNF •Import MNF into the MBS to represent the Flexbody: •Define the loads and Joints on the FlexbodyFile Size: KB.
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The model is a simple cantilever beam with 48 elements and. The MSC Nastran Dynamics User’s Guide is a guide to the proper use of MSC Nastran for solving various dynamic analysis problems. This guide serves as both an introduction to dynamic analysis for the new user and a reference for the experienced user.
It is known today that the tone and playing qualities of a violin are based on unique combinations of an air subsystem (the cavity modes) and a mechanical subsystem (the body modes). Much of the research conducted over the past 20 years on the mechanisms underlying the tonal effects of frequency relationships between two strong cavity modes and three important body modes of the violin below 1.
from book Topics in Modal Analysis I, locations for the vibro-acoustic transfer function analysis of the Titian Stradivari violin A modal analysis of the violin using MSC/Nastran and Patran.
subjects through a number of exercises that must be completed using Patran & MSC Nastran. The exercises represent a review of the concepts introduced in the subjects taken till now, as well as the orderly use of Patran & MSC Nastran.
These exercises will be delivered to the tutor in order to get feedback and Size: KB. Bissinger G The influence of the soundpost on the mechanical motions of the violin Proc.
12th Int. Modal Analysis Conf. vol 1 and 2 pp Knott G A A modal analysis of the violin using MSC/Nastran and Patran Msc Thesis Naval Postgraduate Jansson E V and Niewczyk B K On the acoustics of the violin: bridge hill or body hill. JCited by:. Research Papers in Violin Acoustics: - Editor Carleen Maley Hutchins Working example-the violin bow, Proceedings of the 11th International Modal Analysis Conference, pp.
PAPER Pickering, N. C. (b). A modal analysis of the violin using MSC/NASTRAN and PATRAN, thesis, Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey.MSC/NASTRAN Based Component Mode Synthesis Analysis Without The Use of DMAPs by Tarun Ghosh Rockwell International Corporation Canoga Park, California Abstract Component mode synthesis method of analyzing large structures is a very powerful and efficient tool available in MSC/NASTRAN.
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