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Resonant and antiresonant frequencies of multiple cracked bar

P. T. B. Lien, N. T. Khiem

Abstract


The natural frequencies or related resonant frequencies have been widely used for crack detection in structures by the vibration-based technique. However, antiresonant frequencies, the zeros of frequency response function, are less involved to use for the problem because they have not been thoroughly studied. The present paper addresses analysis of antiresonant frequencies of multiple cracked bar in comparison with the resonant ones. First, exact characteristic equations for the resonant and antiresonant frequencies of bar with arbitrary number of cracks are conducted in a new form that is explicitly expressed in term of crack severities. Then, the conducted equations are employed for analysis of variation of resonant and antiresonant frequencies versus crack position and depth. Numerical results show that antiresonant frequencies are indeed useful indicators for crack detection in bar mutually with the resonant ones.

Keywords


multi-cracked bar; longitudinal vibration; frequency equation; antiresonant frequency

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