We consider vibrations of a conductive string with fixed ends in a magnetic field. Induction of the magnetic field is a preassigned function of time. Two nonlinear factors are taken into account simultaneously: the variation of string tension with displacement and the magnetostrictive effect. It is shown that, in the case of a periodic magnetic field, the nonlinear factors can compensate each other and the problem can be reduced to studying the linearized parametric vibrations.
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- Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering
- Applied Mathematics