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Old   June 26, 2011, 08:56
Question Random Vibration analysis in Workbench
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Can someone tell me how to transfer PSD values from modal analysis to random vibration?

I have done the modal analysis for the body and calculated the deformations of the body and now i need to do the random vibration analysis and I'm stuck with the PSD condition as in I donno how to give any kind of loads.The body is prestressed (Load from Fluent) in modal analysis. Please help. I only have 3 more weeks to complete the work and there's still lot to be done.

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