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Paper Title: Study and Observation of Cracks In Beams Using Vibrational Analysis
Authors Name: Animesh Kumar , Rajeev Chandak
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Published Paper Id: IJRTi2206081
Published In: Volume 7 Issue 6, June-2022
Abstract: The identification of cracks in flexible structures and their components is an important factor in judging in creating their care and retirement. Failure to identify damage has various implications. Early identification of errors in engineering structure during their service time is a major challenge for us. Although dynamic-based error diagnoses have been developed in the past and have a large amount of literature, there are still many problems that avoid making use of them. Cracks in the vibration system can lead to sudden and completely impossible recovery from it. This causes changes in the body parts of the structure and thus the dynamic response also varies. The depth of the crack and its location from the fixation are the main parameters of the vibration analysis. It is very important to know the changes in these building parameters in order to achieve its reliability, efficiency and safety and to study the effect of parameters on the natural frequency of the beams. In this paper, the effect of fracture parameters (relative location of fracture and depth of fracture, and tendon fracture) is examined.
Keywords: Vibrational Analysis , Beams, Simply supported Beam, Fixed Beam, Natural Frequencies.
Cite Article: "Study and Observation of Cracks In Beams Using Vibrational Analysis", International Journal of Science & Engineering Development Research (, ISSN:2455-2631, Vol.7, Issue 6, page no.479 - 482, June-2022, Available :
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