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Andrew1235

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- Homework Statement
- In the symmetric eigenvalue problem, K~v=w2v where K~=M−1/2KM−1/2, where K and M are the stiffness and mass matrices respectively.

- Relevant Equations
- K~v=w2v where K~=M−1/2KM−1/2

In the symmetric eigenvalue problem, Kv=w^2*v where K~=M−1/2KM−1/2, where K and M are the stiffness and mass matrices respectively. The vectors v are the eigenvectors of the matrix K~ which are calculated as in the example below. How do you find the directions of the eigenvectors? The negatives of the eigenvectors of a matrix are also eigenvectors of the matrix.