Response by Normal Coordinates of a Structure Interacting with a Fluid
The dynamic response of certain mechanical systems is strongly influenced by the interaction with fluid systems. Examples may be found in the field of aeroelastic-ity, acoustical-mechanical systems, control systems, and submerged systems. To model such systems for analysis a frequently used method is to represent the fluid interaction by appropriate impedances, computed from an integration of the acting dynamic pressures generated by the interface amplitudes.
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