Mechanical Vibrations: Theory and Applications

Mechanical Vibrations: Theory and Applications 

S. Graham Kelly

Preference :

Engineers apply mathematics and science to solve problems. In a traditional undergraduate engineering curriculum, students begin their academic career by taking courses in mathematics and basic sciences such as chemistry and physics. Students begin to develop basic problem-solving skills in engineering courses such as statics, dynamics, mechanics of solids, fluid mechanics, and thermodynamics. In such courses, students learn to apply basic laws of nature, constitutive equations, and equations of state to develop solutions to abstract engineering problems.

Content :
  • Introduction
  • Modeling of soft systems
  • Free vibrations of SODF systems
  • Harmonic excitation of sdof systems
  • Transient vibrations of sdof systems
  • Two degree-of-freedom systems
  • Modeling of systems
  • Free vibrations of mdof systems
  • Forced vibrations of mdof systems
  • Vibrations of continuous systems
  • Finite-element method
  • Nonlinear vibrations
  • Random vibrations

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