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Intelligent Time-Domain Parameters Matching for Shock Response Spectrum and Its Experimental Validation in Active Vibration Control Systems
Shock and Vibration
Shock response spectrum (SRS) test is a kind of vibration test that uses the principle of equivalent damage to simulate complex shock and vibration environment for evaluating product fragility. However, for a certain SRS, neither an analytical nor a unique inverse time-domain shock waveform (TSW) exists, making the SRS test a very challenging problem. Synthesis of a TSW using a group of wavelets with different frequencies, amplitudes, and phases is considered to be a very promising method.doi:10.1155/2019/2920845 fatcat:yeu5svokrjec7n5mxblrr5jv2e