Violin Bridge Mobility Analysis under In-Plane Excitation
AbstractThe vibration of a violin bridge is a dynamic contact vibration with two interfaces: strings-bridge, and bridge feet-top plate. In this paper, the mobility of an isolated bridge under in-plane excitation is explored using finite element modeling based on the contact vibration model. Numerical results show that the dynamic contact stiffness in the two contact interfaces has a great impact on the bridge mobility. A main resonance peak is observed in the frequency range of 2–3 kHz in the frequency response of the isolated bridge when the contact stiffness is smaller than a critical threshold. The main resonance peak frequency is affected by the contact stiffness as well. In order to verify the numerical findings, a novel experimental system is then designed on the basis of a piezoelectric dynamometer for bridge mobility analysis. Experimental results confirm the impact of the dynamic contact stiffness on the bridge mobility. View Full-Text
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Zhang, C.-Z.; Zhang, G.-M.; Ye, B.-Y.; Liang, L.-D. Violin Bridge Mobility Analysis under In-Plane Excitation. Sensors 2013, 13, 15290-15306.
Zhang C-Z, Zhang G-M, Ye B-Y, Liang L-D. Violin Bridge Mobility Analysis under In-Plane Excitation. Sensors. 2013; 13(11):15290-15306.Chicago/Turabian Style
Zhang, Cheng-Zhong; Zhang, Guang-Ming; Ye, Bang-Yan; Liang, Li-Dong. 2013. "Violin Bridge Mobility Analysis under In-Plane Excitation." Sensors 13, no. 11: 15290-15306.