March 29, 2021 at 12:03 amuwindsorspzSubscriberHello all,I have a question about the harmonic response function in workbench. When I do the deformation analysis of the machine, there is a certain deformation value under each frequency. Could I ask the meaning of the frequency there? Is that the frequency of the structure? Is that mean the deformation of the structure under that certain frequency of the excitation load? or some other things?nThanks in advance. nAtlasn
March 29, 2021 at 7:15 amErik KostsonAnsys EmployeenI think that you are correct.nnSee this though for a general description of a what a frequency response function (frf) is frf (vibrationdata.com)nnAlso our course are very good and describe a lot of things related to dynamics:nMode Superposition Method | Ansys Innovation CoursesnHarmonic Analysis of Structures - ANSYS Innovation CoursesnnThank younnErikn
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