The average slope of the two lines suggest that in one case you are integrating the accelartion into velocity (orangeFRF) so you are plotting somthing like (m/s)/N (this aspect could be confimed also by the 3 order of magnitude).
While in the second case (blueFRF) it seems that you are plotting the "accelerance" in g/N.
If you want to check this aspect, just compute this:
Theoretically you should get the orangeFRF. You can also compute the viceversa, so orangeFRF * ( j*omega )
I check my theory at 10Hz by hands, and the result confirm what I suspect:
2e-2/(2*pi*10)^2 = 5.0661e-006
So probably, you have to take care about such integration of the acceleranceFRF into velocityFRF.
Check more carefully this aspect and let me know.
Morover, when you compute FRF, don't forget to apply windows to the raw signals. I notice that you are using hann window, but check in the State of the Art if you are choosing the correct window. Usually for FRF with impact hammer, it is better to apply exponential windows on both signals. Probably hann window is better to use if you are using a random noise coming from a constant source (e.g. electrodynamic shaker).
Last point, don't forget to check the coherence of your FRF that gives you info about the quality of your measurements. The command "modalfrf" also give you this output. See doc for more info.
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