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**Cantilever****Beams**via Shape Variation of Cross-section by Multi-stage Spline Function. Transactions of the Korean Society for Noise and Vibration Engineering, Vol. 14, No. 1 ... International Journal of Modelling and**Simulation**, Vol. 23, No. 3. Flapwise bending vibration of rotating plates. 1 January ... - Jun 19, 2022 · Search: Fem
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**cantilever beams**, a horizontal**cantilever beam**under a vertical load will bend downward and when this force is removed, the**beam**will return to its original shape; but the inertia of**beam**tends it into motion. Thus, the**beam**will vibrate at its characteristic frequencies as shown in Fig