Fundamentals of Mechanical VibrationsMcGraw-Hill Education
AbstractThis text is designed for undergraduate courses in vibrations taught in departments of mechanical engineering. It provides detailed explanations of fundamental aspects of vibrations such as the derivation of differential equations, covers physical interpretation of phenomena using energy methods, and includes chapters on vibration control and nonlinear vibrations. Detailed coverage of the equivalent systems method allows modelling of all one-degree-of-freedom linear systems by a mass-spring-dashpot system.
Citation InformationS. Graham Kelly. Fundamentals of Mechanical Vibrations. McGraw-Hill Education (1992)
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