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Theory and Problems of Mechanical Vibrations


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A student of mechanical vibrations must draw upon knowledge of many areas of engineering science (statics, dynamics, mechanics of materials, and even fluid mechanics) as well as mathematics (calculus, differential equations, and linear algebra). The student must then synthesize this knowledge to formulate the solution of a mechanical vibrations problem.

Many mechanical systems require modeling before their vibrations can be analyzed. After appropriate assumptions are made, including the number of degrees of freedom necessary, basic conservation laws are applied to derive governing differential equations. Appropriate mathematical methods are applied to solve the differential equations. Often the modeling results in a differential equation whose solution is well known, in which case the existing solution is used. If this is the case the solution must be studied and written in a form which can be used in analysis and design applications.

Content:-
PROBLEMS AND EXAMPLES ALSO FOUND IN THE COMPANION SCHAUM'S INTERACTIVE OUTLINE
Chapter 1: MECHANICAL SYSTEM ANALYSIS
Chapter 2: FREE VIBRATIONS OF I-DEGREE OF FREEDOM SYSTEMS
Chapter 3: HARMONIC EXCITATION OF l-DEGREE-OF-FREEDOM SYSTEMS
Chapter 4: GENERAL FORCED RESPONSE OF I-DEGREE·OF-FREEDOM SYSTEMS
Chapter 5: FREE VIBRATIONS OF MULTI-DEGREE-OF-FREEDOM SYSTEMS
Chapter 6: FORCED VIBRATIONS OF MULTI-DEGREE-OF-FREEDOM SYSTEMS
Chapter 7: VIBRATIONS OF CONTINUOUS SYSTEMS
Chapter 8: VIBRATION CONTROL
Chapter 9: FINITE ELEMENT METHOD
Chapter 10: NONLINEAR SYSTEMS
Chapter 11: COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
Appendix. SAMPLE SCREENS FROM THE COMPANION INTERACTIVE OUTLINE
Index

Author Details
"S. GRAHAM KELLY, Ph.D."




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