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Author Inman, D. J.

Title Engineering vibration / Daniel J. Inman.

Published Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Prentice Hall ; London : Prentice-Hall International, [2001]
©2001

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 UniM ERC  620.3 INMA    AVAILABLE
Edition [2nd ed.].
Physical description xiv, 621 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Notes Previous ed.: 1994.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents 1.1 Introduction to Free Vibration 2 -- 1.2 Harmonic Motion 8 -- 1.3 Viscous Damping 14 -- 1.4 Modeling and Energy Methods 23 -- 1.5 Stiffness 34 -- 1.6 Measurement 43 -- 1.7 Design Considerations 48 -- 1.8 Stability 53 -- 1.9 Numerical Simulation of the Time Response 56 -- 1.10 Coulomb Friction and the Pendulum 65 -- 2 Response to Harmonic Excitation 89 -- 2.1 Harmonic Excitation of Undamped Systems 90 -- 2.2 Harmonic Excitation of Damped Systems 97 -- 2.3 Alternative Representations 106 -- 2.4 Base Excitation 112 -- 2.5 Rotating Unbalance 120 -- 2.6 Measurement 125 -- 2.7 Other Forms of Damping 129 -- 2.8 Numerical Simulation and Design 139 -- 2.9 Nonlinear Response Properties 147 -- 3 General Forced Response 168 -- 3.1 Impulse Response Function 170 -- 3.2 Response to an Arbitrary Input 177 -- 3.3 Response to an Arbitrary Periodic Input 183 -- 3.4 Transform Methods 190 -- 3.5 Response to Random Inputs 194 -- 3.6 Shock Spectrum 202 -- 3.7 Measurement via Transfer Functions 206 -- 3.8 Stability 209 -- 3.9 Numerical Simulation of the Response 213 -- 3.10 Nonlinear Response Properties 224 -- 4 Multiple-Degree-of-Freedom Systems 243 -- 4.1 Two-Degree-of-Freedom Model (Undamped) 244 -- 4.2 Eigenvalues and Natural Frequencies 255 -- 4.3 Modal Analysis 267 -- 4.4 More Than Two Degrees of Freedom 275 -- 4.5 Systems with Viscous Damping 289 -- 4.6 Modal Analysis of the Forced Response 294 -- 4.7 Lagrange's Equations 300 -- 4.9 Computational Eigenvalue Problems of Vibration 319 -- 4.10 Numerical Simulation of the Time Response 337 -- 5 Design for Vibration Suppression 359 -- 5.1 Acceptable Levels of Vibration 360 -- 5.2 Vibration Isolation 366 -- 5.3 Vibration Absorbers 377 -- 5.4 Damping in Vibration Absorption 384 -- 5.5 Optimization 391 -- 5.6 Viscoelastic Damping Treatments 399 -- 5.7 Critical Speeds of Rotating Disks 404 -- 5.8 Active Vibration Suppression 410 -- 5.9 Practical Isolation Design 412 -- 6 Distributed-Parameter Systems 431 -- 6.1 Vibration of a String or Cable 433 -- 6.2 Modes and Natural Frequencies 436 -- 6.3 Vibration of Rods and Bars 446 -- 6.4 Torsional Vibration 452 -- 6.5 Bending Vibration of a Beam 458 -- 6.6 Vibration of Membranes and Plates 470 -- 6.7 Models of Damping 475 -- 6.8 Modal Analysis and the Forced Response 480 -- 7 Vibration Testing and Experimental Modal Analysis 495 -- 7.1 Measurement Hardware 497 -- 7.2 Digital Signal Processing 501 -- 7.3 Random Signal Analysis in Testing 506 -- 7.4 Modal Data Extraction 509 -- 7.5 Model Parameter by Circle Fitting 513 -- 7.6 Mode Shape Measurement 517 -- 7.7 Vibration Testing for Endurance and Diagnostics 523 -- 7.8 Operational Deflection Shape Measurement 526 -- 8 Finite Element Method 533 -- 8.1 Example: The Bar 535 -- 8.2 Three-Element Bar 541 -- 8.3 Beam Elements 546 -- 8.4 Lumped Mass Matrices 553 -- 8.5 Trusses 556 -- 8.6 Model Reduction 560 -- Appendix A Complex Numbers and Functions 571 -- Appendix B Laplace Transforms 577 -- Appendix C Matrix Basics 582 -- Appendix D Vibration Literature 594 -- Appendix G Engineering Vibration Toolbox and Web Support 601.
Summary Highlights of the Second Edition
Integration of computational software to include Mathematica and MathCAD as well as MATLAB in each chapter, updated Engineering Vibration Toolbox and web site. Integration of the numerical simulation and computing into each topic by chapter Nonlinear considerations added at the end of each early chapter through simulation Additional problems and examples Updated solutions manual available on CD for use in teaching Uses "windows" to remind the reader of relevant facts outside the flow of the text development Introduces modal analysis (both theoretical and experimental) Introduces dynamic finite element analysis Separate chapter on design and special sections to emphasize design in vibration
Subject Vibration.
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