Herein, we present a novel method for searching anti-resonance frequencies, using an eigenvalue analysis that does not need to search every dip of amplitude in the frequency response function. The eigenvalue equation is derived by utilizing the fact that the solutions of a forced vibration equation are equal to zero at anti-resonance frequencies. The characteristics of the eigenvalue problem are analyzed with a one-dimensional (1D) bar example, and as engineering applications, four numerical examples are presented to demonstrate the computational efficiency and robustness of the proposed method.
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All the authors acknowledge the support of the Audio Research in GN Audio A/S. This work was partially supported by the Technical University of Denmark (Signature project).
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- Anti-resonance frequency
- Eigenvalue analysis
- Finite element analysis
- System identification