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EXCITE Interface

Post-processing interface for export of model topology, mass-normalized vibration mode shapes and condensed matrices. This interface was developed for EXCITE Version 2013-2.

A special function is available, which after a vibration analysis of a reduced flexible part may be used to modify mass and stiffness matrices to shift eigenfrequencies according to user specification. The modified data objects are intended to be exported to EXCITE. By this feature, what-if studies are supported to find the optimal properties of the reduced flexible part without modifying the model beforehand.

A filtered backtransformation matrix can be exported for further use after EXCITE execution.

The export can be made in zipped format (by gzip) in order to reduce the size of exchanged data.