## A Guide To Resonance

Our articles on how to measure resonance and natural frequency are always amongst our most popular posts. This isn’t surprising considering what an important concept this is to the measurement of noise and vibration. So, in this post we have collected together all of our articles on the topic in one place. Everything you ever wanted to know about resonance (and more)!

5 Videos That Explain Resonancehttp://blog.prosig.com/2011/09/20/5-videos-that-explain-resonance/Since resonance is such an important concept in noise & vibration measurement we thought we’d see what videos we could find to illustrate the phenomenon. So, here are 5 videos that show various aspects of resonance.

What Is Resonance? (Part 1)http://blog.prosig.com/2007/05/23/what-is-resonance/A resonance occurs when a structure or material naturally oscillates at a high amplitude at a specific frequency. This frequency is known as a structural resonant frequency.…

What is Resonance? (Part 2)http://blog.prosig.com/2012/08/20/what-is-resonance-part-2/How do you find the resonant frequency in the real world? What do you do when there is a situation with multiple peaks in the frequency domain data? How do you know the frequency…

What Is Resonance? (Part 3)http://blog.prosig.com/2013/07/17/what-is-resonance-part-3/In the previous two articles (What Is Resonance? (Part 1) & What Is Resonance (Part 2)) in this series we have looked at how we can identify a resonant frequency. Now we will…

What is a Frequency Response Function (FRF)?http://blog.prosig.com/2009/10/19/a-simple-frequency-response-function/The following article will attempt to explain the basic theory of the frequency response function. This basic theory will then be used to calculate the frequency response…

How can I avoid resonance?http://blog.prosig.com/2014/04/10/how-do-we-design-or-modify-a-system-to-avoid-resonance/After finding the natural frequency of a system, what could be done to stop or reduce the systems resonance being excited?
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#### Chris Mason

General Manager at Prosig
Chris' passion for software, technology and innovation began in his teens with a diet of Sinclair ZX80's, Commodore Pets and early Apple products. Chris graduated from Portsmouth Polytechnic in 1983 and went on to have a career in software product development, software team management, web development, marketing and, now, general management. His other passions include bicycles, IoT, coffee, running, walking, cooking and supercharged Jags.

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