Eliseev Andrey Vladimirovich

Irkutsk State Transport University

Approaches to the formation of a methodological basis for the system analysis of oscillatory structures on the example of elastic-dissipative mechanical systems with two degrees of freedom are considered. The aim of the study is to develop a method for evaluating the properties of mechanical oscillatory systems with account for viscous friction forces based on frequency functions and damping functions depending on the coefficients of connectivity forms. To build mathematical models, we use Lagrange formalism, matrix methods, and elements of the theory of functions of a complex variable. The concepts of the frequency function and the damping function are presented, which reflect the features of the ratio of the potential and kinetic energy of the system, taking into account the viscous friction forces represented by the dissipative function. A method is developed for constructing the frequency function and damping function that reflect the dynamic features of free movements, taking into account the friction forces depending on the coefficient of connectivity forms. Based on the obtained General analytical expressions of frequency functions and damping functions, special variants of mechanical oscillatory systems that are of interest at the initial stage of research are analyzed. The developed method for constructing the frequency function and the damping function can be used to display dynamic forms of connectivity of movements of mechanical oscillatory systems. The proposed method for constructing the frequency function and the damping function can be extended to mechanical oscillatory systems considered in different coordinate systems.

mechanical system, dynamic connections, frequency function, damping function, connectivity of movement, extreme properties, oscillation, viscous friction.