Description: Incorporates a chapter on Finite Elements, and problems including Matlab and Mathcad problems. An application of vibration analysis is in engineering design. Design principles are developed using analysis of model one-degree-of-freedom systems. Design applications are presented for multi-degree-of-freedom systems and continuous systems. Many examples and homework problems have a design flavor. This book is intended as a text in a junior or senior level undergraduate course in vibrations. It could be used in a course populated by both undergraduate and beginning graduate students. The prerequisites for such a course should include courses in statics, dynamics, mechanics of materials, and mathematics through differential equations. Some material usually covered in a fluid mechanics course is used, but this material can be omitted without loss of continuity. An overview of the modeling procedure is presented in Chapter 1 (This material can be omitted if students have background in system dynamics). Two methods of dynamic analysis are presented and used throughout the book. The free-body diagram method is based on D'Alembert's principle. An energy method that includes the effect of nonconservative forces is presented as an alternative and is preferred in modeling multi-degree-of-freedom systems. An application of vibration analysis is in engineering design.
Fundamentals of Mechanical Vibrations, By S. Graham Kelly McGraw-Hill Science/Engineering/Math 672 Pages (19071 KB)
ISBN-10 / ASIN: 0072358432

Es el mismo autor de la primera tarea de vibraciones pero no coincide con el nombre del libro que el maetro nos dio...pero chequenlo tal vez si sea y que les ayude....

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