Here is an example of how to use the last ABRAVIBE version to perform OMA analysis (with the Multi-reference Ibrahim Time Domain, MITD, method). The example is based on synthesized data from a simulation of the Plexiglas plate I use for so many other examples as well. You can use this script as a “skeleton” for your own OMA analyses – just replace the data and the geometry description, etc. and store your time data in the ABRAVIBE file format. This script does all processing from time files, through correlation functions, parameter estimation, etc.
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