Modal identification of multi-degree-of-freedom structures based on intrinsic chirp component decomposition method
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Modal parameter identification is a mature technology. However, there are some challenges in its practical applications such as the identification of vibration systems involving closely spaced modes and intensive noise contamination. This paper proposes a new time-frequency method based on intrinsic chirp component decomposition (ICCD) to address these issues. In this method, a redundant Fourier model is used to ameliorate border distortions and improve the accuracy of signal reconstruction. The effectiveness and accuracy of the proposed method are illustrated using three examples: a cantilever beam structure with intensive noise contamination or environmental interference, a four-degree-of-freedom structure with two closely spaced modes, and an impact test on a cantilever rectangular plate. By comparison with the identification method based on the empirical wavelet transform (EWT), it is shown that the presented method is effective, even in a high-noise environment, and the dynamic characteristics of closely spaced modes are accurately determined.
Key wordsmodal identification closely spaced mode time-frequency domain intrinsic chirp component decomposition (ICCD) multi-degree-of-freedom (MDOF) system
Chinese Library ClassificationO321
2010 Mathematics Subject Classification70J10
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