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Dynamic Frequency Analysis Overview
A dynamic frequency analysis evaluates the system’s periodic response to cyclical loads of frequency-dependent amplitude. The load input takes the form of a driving frequency with corresponding amplitudes.
In a dynamic frequency analysis, Creo Simulate calculates the amplitude and phase of displacements, velocities, accelerations, and stresses in your model in response to a load oscillating at different frequencies. Use dynamic frequency analyses if you are interested in a steady-force response, for example, cyclic loading.
For base excitation only, you can direct Creo Simulate to calculate the modal mass participation factors to enable you to better assess the accuracy of your results. Creo Simulate also calculates all valid measures for dynamic frequency analyses that you have defined for the model.
You can direct Creo Simulate to report full results at specified frequency intervals.
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