Transverse rod vibrations under a short-term longitudinal impact
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Transverse vibrations of a thin rod caused by a short-term longitudinal impact are considered. After the impact, a system of compression-tension waves, which causes transverse vibrations, appears in the rod. Parametric resonance, which leads to an unbounded rise in the amplitude of transverse vibrations, is investigated in the linear approximation. With a nonlinear approach, beats appear in the resonance vicinity, in which the mutual exchange of the energy of longitudinal and transverse vibrations occurs. The influence of viscoelastic resistance forces is investigated.
KeywordsLongitudinal Wave Parametric Resonance Transverse Vibration Instability Region Nonlinear Approach
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