Hello there,

I'd like to get a graph that shows the acceleration input/output ratio of a harmonic test that depends on the frequency, for specific points, like this one:

 

How do I set up sensors/plot options to get something like this?

Thanks


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Last comment By: Miguel Muzquiz   Fri, 12 May 2017 15:08:27 GMT
Re: How to set up a transmissibility graph?

Make sure you have a vertex at each point you want to gather data, and one somewhere on the base.

 

Add a 'workflow sensitive' sensor to each of these vertexes.

 

Run your study, create an acceleration plot, then probe the plot using the sensors.

 

In your example the input is 1g at all frequencies, so no extra math is needed to graph the output to input ratio.

 

If your input is not a constant 1g then I believe you'd have to save the data out and do the division externally (probably in excel)

 

Graph.png

By: Keith Frankie  Thu, 11 May 2017 19:23:44 GMT
Re: How to set up a transmissibility graph?

Ah alright, I tried "acceleration" sensors instead of "workflow sensitive", this does the trick now.

 

Thanks

By: Miguel Muzquiz  Fri, 12 May 2017 15:08:27 GMT
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