In a harmonic analysis the steady state response is calculated and the analysis is in the frequency domain. If you plot a frequency response you get to see how the maximum steady state response varies with frequency. If you plot the phase response you get to see how the output varies sinusoidally with phase angle of input at a particular frequency. When you say "variational velocity" I believe you are interested in calculating how the velocity varies with time. You could get this by requesting a phase plot for directional deformation , which tells you how displacement varies with phase/time. (phase is equal to the frequency*time). You can use this data to find velocity which is displacement times frequency
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