beat phenomenon

beat phenomenon
when a two degree-of-freedom system has two closely spaced natural frequencies, wn1 and wn2, vibration kinetic energy will transfer from one degree of freedom to the other in a periodic fashion. The frequency of this transfer is known as the beat frequency, given by (wn1-wn2)/2.

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