natural frequency on the freely vibrating bending beam
- An oscillator, which is left alone after a single excitation, performs free vibrations.
- The frequency of the free vibration is the natural frequency of the oscillator.
- In SE 110.58, a bending beam is used as the system’s oscillator.
- The bending beam can be used vertically standing or hanging and in the horizontal position in the SE 112mounting frame.
- The natural frequency is affected by the clamping length and the sliding weights.
- The bending beam is deflected by hand and performs free, damped vibrations.
- The resulting amplitudes are measured via strain gauges and a measuring amplifier.
- The signal can be displayed on an interlaboratory oscilloscope.
- investigation of the free vibration on a bending beam
- elastic bending beam with sliding weights
- bending beam can be mounted on all four sides of the frame
- amplitude measurement via strain gauge and measuring amplifier
- fixable length scale
- storage system for parts
- experimental setup in frame SE 112
- Bending beam
- L x W x H: 635x20x3mm
- material: AlMgSi0,5F22
- 10x 100g
- 230V, 50Hz, 1 phase
- 230V, 60Hz, 1 phase
- 120V, 60Hz, 1 phase
- UL/CSA optional
Dimensions & Weight:
- L x W x H: 720x480x180mm (storage system)
- Weight: approx. 9kg (total)
- free vibration in a vertical and horizontal bending beam
- determine the natural frequency according to Rayleigh
- how clamping length and mass affect the natural frequency
Scope of Delivery:
- 1 bending beam
- 1 measuring amplifier
- 1 set of weights
- 1 set of accessories
- 1 storage system with foam inlay
- 1 set of instructional material
- approximation method according to Rayleigh
- Required: SE 112 Mounting frame
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