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Vibration theory and applications with finite elements and active vibration control

Author: Alan B Palazzolo
Publisher: Chichester, West Sussex, United Kingdom : John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., 2016.
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Based on many years of research and teaching, this book brings together all the important topics in linear vibration theory, including failure models, kinematics and modeling, unstable vibrating  Read more...

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Additional Physical Format: Electronic version:
Palazzolo, Alan B.
Vibration theory and applications with finite elements and active vibration control.
Chichester, West Sussex, United Kingdom : John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2016
(DLC) 2015030463
(OCoLC)915775211
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alan B Palazzolo
ISBN: 9781118350805 1118350804
OCLC Number: 915774575
Description: xxvi, 947 pages ; 27 cm
Contents: Title page; table of contents; preface; acknowledgments and dedication; about the companion website; list of acronyms; chapter 1: background, motivation, and overview; 1.1 introduction; 1.2 background; 1.3 our vibrating world; 1.4 harmful effects of vibration; 1.5 stiffness, inertia, and damping forces; 1.6 approaches for obtaining the differential equations of motion; 1.7 finite element method; 1.8 active vibration control; 1.9 chapter 1 exercises; references; chapter 2: preparatory skills: mathematics, modeling, and kinematics; 2.1 introduction; 2.2 getting started with matlab and maple; 2.3 vibration and differential equations2.4 taylor series expansions and linearization; 2.5 complex variables (cv) and phasors; 2.6 degrees of freedom, matrices, vectors, and subspaces; 2.7 coordinate transformations; 2.8 eigenvalues and eigenvectors; 2.9 fourier series; 2.10 laplace transforms, transfer functions, and characteristic equations; 2.11 kinematics and kinematic constraints; 2.12 dirac delta and heaviside functions; 2.13 chapter 2 exercises; references; chapter 3: equations of motion by newton's laws; 3.1 introduction; 3.2 particle motion approximation; 3.3 planar (2d) rigid body motion approximation3.4 impulse and momentum; 3.5 variable mass systems; 3.6 chapter 3 exercises; references. Chapter 4: equations of motion by energy methods; 4.1 introduction; 4.2 kinetic energy; 4.3 external and internal work and potential energy; 4.4 power and work-energy laws; 4.5 Lagrange equation for particles and rigid bodies; 4.6 le for flexible, distributed mass bodies: assumed modes approach; 4.7 le for flexible, distributed mass bodies: finite element approach-general formulation; 4.8 le for flexible, distributed mass bodies: finite element approach-bar/truss modes4.9 chapter 4 exercises; references; chapter 5: free vibration response; 5.1 introduction; 5.2 single degree of freedom systems; 5.3 two-degree-of-freedom systems; 5.4 n-degree-of-freedom systems; 5.5 infinite dof continuous member systems; 5.6 unstable free vibrations; 5.7 summary; 5.8 chapter 5 exercises; references; chapter 6: vibration response due to transient loading; 6.1 introduction; 6.2 single degree of freedom transient response; 6.3 modal condensation of ndof: transient forced vibrating systems; 6.4 numerical integration of ndof transient vibration response6.5 summary; 6.6 chapter 6 exercises; references; chapter 7: steady-state vibration response to periodic loading; 7.1 introduction; 7.2 complex phasor approach; 7.3 single degree of freedom models; 7.4 two degree of freedom response; 7.5 n degree of freedom steady-state harmonic response; 7.6 other phasor ratio measures of steady-state harmonic response; 7.7 summary; 7.8 chapter 7 exercises; references; chapter 8: approximate methods for large-order systems; 8.1 introduction; 8.2 guyan reduction: static condensation.
Responsibility: Alan B Palazzolo, Mechanical Engineering, Texas A&M University, College Station TX, USA.

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