Active vibration control of rotating machines
Houlston, Paul Robert (2007) Active vibration control of rotating machines. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham.
Second order matrix equations arise in the description of real dynamical systems. Traditional modal control approaches utilise the eigenvectors of the undamped system to diagonalise the system matrices. Any remaining off-diagonal terms in the modal damping matrix are discarded. A regrettable automatic consequence of this action is the destruction of any notion of the skew-symmetry in the damping.
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