FreeSRS was specially developed as an open source Python library that can help you calculate the shock response spectrum (SRS).
The SRS can be used to estimate various transient acceleration signals in terms of a maximum response of a dynamic vibration system.
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This project was made using Python 3.x and the SciPy Library.
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As I have learned from my peers and teaching experiences, having a pre-acceleration velocity and acceleration is important when considering shock response in a vibrational setting. While having multiple velocities and accelerations is sometimes advantageous, this is not always the case.
In a recent experiment, I have used two accelerometers (two accelerometers are used to measure the acceleration) and compared the velocity of the particle to the accelerations measured by these accelerometers. This has also been done by Adler et al.
In the top graph, the red line indicates the highest peak measured in the particle’s velocity curve, while the black line indicates the highest peak measured in one of the two accelerometers.
In the second graph, the red line indicates the highest peak measured in the particle’s velocity curve, while the black line indicates the highest peak measured in the other accelerometer.
What was interesting was that the highest peak in the particle’s velocity curve coincided with the highest peak in one accelerometer, but not the other. In addition, the highest peak in the particle’s velocity curve also coincided with the highest peak in the second accelerometer.
Here is an example of a particle’s velocity curve, and the 2 accelerometers used in this experiment:
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* This can help you analyze the effect of shock waves on a structure
* This is especially helpful for studies on near-field dynamic effects
* You can also apply this to any modeling project for simulation
* You can also implement it in open source projects for further improvement
This project is in its early development stage, and will be subject to some changes in the coming months. Some features of this library may not be available at this time. Please keep an eye on the project to find out the latest progress.
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This project was originally based on the “MATLAB Shock Response toolbox” by Mark Wagner, which is also available in the GitHub repository. You can also find more details in “A shock model for near-field acoustic excitation” (IAENG, AC-2012-3) paper.
The open source implementation of the shock response spectra calculation in OpenSRS was improved by Marcia Monney, which is available under the GNU General Public License (GPL v3) at
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This algorithm is based on the simple idea of calculating the power of the acceleration signal as a function of frequency.
Here’s an example in MATLAB:
Now we use this algorithm in Python:
from freesrs import *
for i in range(1,31):
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
You can see from the figure that the result is quite close:
For other cases, there are two fixed numbers, “a” (the dynamic acceleration) and “e” (the input signal’s power). You calculate the power of the input signal by multiplying “a” and “e”. Then you calculate the power of the response spectrum by multiplying “a” and the output of the “*” operation:
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For seismic events, you need to specify the time and the location of the event (vertical and horizontal coordinates), in addition to the depth of the source and the distance from the source.
frequencies = np.linspace(30,150,100)
input = np.sin(frequencies*np.pi/6)
power = np.power(input,2)
print(“Time of the event: “, input-input)
print(“Location of the event: “, x_list, x
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