2 edition of Shock and vibration found in the catalog.
Shock and vibration
Janet E. Goodall
|Statement||[by] Janet E. Goodall [and] L. Corbett.|
|Series||AWRE library bibliography no. 19|
|Contributions||Corbett, Lindsay, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||Z5853.V5 G6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
|LC Control Number||74580415|
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Before designing or controlling a system for good vibratory or acoustic performance, it is important to understand, analyze, and represent the dynamic characteristics of the system. Machineries, shafts and rotor systems, rotating equipment, their supports and foundations, vibration absorbers tuned mass dampersvibration isolators, shock loads and shock spectra, earthquakes, transportation vibrations, flow-induced vibrations and vibration monitoring are all discussed.
Since the damping force is proportional to the velocity, the more the motion, the more the damper dissipates the energy. Noise-suppression methods and devices, and sound-absorption material and structures are crucial in such situations.
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Applying "complex" forces to the mass—spring—damper model[ edit ] In a previous section only a simple harmonic force was applied to the model, but this can be extended considerably using two powerful mathematical tools.
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Hence, the solution to the problem with a square wave is summing the predicted vibration from each one of the harmonic forces found in the frequency spectrum of the square wave.
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It provides a great introduction to the theoretical basis of modal testing.EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT MECHANICAL SHOCK AND VIBRATION, INCLUDING Fundamental theory Instrumentation and measurements Procedures for analyzing and testing systems subject to shock and vibration Ground-motion, fluid-flow, wind.
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