# Receptances of non proportionally and continuously damped plates equivalent dampers method

1981-05-01
A method for the dynamic analysis of continuously and non-proportionally damped plates is discussed. The method is quite general and suitable for various damping treatments, such as in multilayer plates with damping layers. The transverse vibrations of partially coated plates under harmonic excitation are analyzed by the proposed method. The results of the undamped modal analysis made by classical finite element methods are used in the suggested lumped parameter analysis. The receptance matrices of coated plates have been computed at undamped natural frequencies. The computational results have been verified by comparison with experimental values for partially and fully coated rectangular plates.
Journal Of Sound And Vibration

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Citation Formats
H. N. Özgüven, “Receptances of non proportionally and continuously damped plates equivalent dampers method,” Journal Of Sound And Vibration, pp. 23–41, 1981, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/32945.