Characteristics of the eigenvalue sensitivities to the change of element correction factors for beams
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Some characteristics of the eigenvalue sensitivities have been found for beams in the paper. For cantilever beams and simply supported beams, the sensitivities of the eigenvalues to the stiffness correction factor of one element are equal and opposite to the sensitivities to the mass correction factor of the symmetrically positioned element. For beams with other boundary conditions, however, the relationship does not hold. The relationship has been proven analytically for simply supported beams.
Key WordsEigenvalue Sensitivity Beam Element Correction Factor
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