Utilization of 2:1 Internal Resonance in Microsystems
AbstractIn this paper, the nonlinear mode coupling at 2:1 internal resonance has been studied both analytically and experimentally. A modified micro T-beam structure is proposed, and the equations of motion are developed using Lagrange’s energy method. A two-variable expansion perturbation method is used to describe the nonlinear behavior of the system. It is shown that in a microresonator with 2:1 internal resonance, the low-frequency mode is autoparametrically excited after the excitation amplitude reaches a certain threshold. The effect of damping on the performance of the system is also investigated. View Full-Text
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Noori, N.; Sarrafan, A.; Golnaraghi, F.; Bahreyni, B. Utilization of 2:1 Internal Resonance in Microsystems. Micromachines 2018, 9, 448.
Noori N, Sarrafan A, Golnaraghi F, Bahreyni B. Utilization of 2:1 Internal Resonance in Microsystems. Micromachines. 2018; 9(9):448.Chicago/Turabian Style
Noori, Navid; Sarrafan, Atabak; Golnaraghi, Farid; Bahreyni, Behraad. 2018. "Utilization of 2:1 Internal Resonance in Microsystems." Micromachines 9, no. 9: 448.
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