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how the resonance frequency of any building or bridge is measured?

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  1. telltoamit Group Title
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    depends on th shape n size of the structure

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    they are just a vibrating bar like tunig fork or ... (suspension bridge) is just like a pendulum.

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    like a physical pendulum?

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    a swinging catenary (for suspension bridge)

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    I assume that a way to measure it would be to emit sounds of different frequencies and measure which frequency makes it vibrate with the highest amplitude.

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    laser vibrometer..is used to measure low frequencies in building and at bridges

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