why at resonance the output signal is sinusoidal and this does not depend on the input signal (I mean the input signal could be square,triangle ,or any waveform) and at resonance the output is sinusoidal
can we say because the resonance happen at one harmonic(one frequency) that is why the signal is sinusoidal because any signal according to fourier series is acombination of harmonicsRead this, and follow the links.
The second statement is better since resonance is a function of the frequency of the input waveform (= the forcing function), not its waveshape.why at resonance the output signal is sinusoidal and this does not depend on the input signal (I mean the input signal could be square,triangle ,or any waveform) and at resonance the output is sinusoidal
can we say because the resonance happen at on harmonic(one frequency) that is why the signal is sinusoidal because any signal according to fourier series is acombination of harmonics
Yes. ,,, ... ....can we say because the resonance happen at on harmonic(one frequency) that is why the signal is sinusoidal because any signal according to fourier series is acombination of harmonics