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Published
**1995** by Birkäuser Verlag in Basel, Switz, Boston, Mass .

Written in English

- Vibration,
- Structural dynamics

**Edition Notes**

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Statement | Hugo Bachmann ... [et al.]. |

Contributions | Bachmann, Hugo. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | TA355 .V5234 1995 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | xvii, 234 p. : |

Number of Pages | 234 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL1115519M |

ISBN 10 | 3764351489, 0817651489 |

LC Control Number | 94041548 |

lost (damper).The vibration of a system involves the alternating transfer of energy between its potential and kinetic forms. In a damped system, some energy is dissi-pated at each cycle of vibration and must be replaced from an external source if a steady vibration is to be gh a single physical structure may storeFile Size: KB. Description. For courses in Structural Dynamics. Structural dynamics and earthquake engineering for both students and professional engineers. An expert on structural dynamics and earthquake engineering, Anil K. Chopra fills an important niche, explaining the material in a manner suitable for both students and professional engineers with his Fifth Edition of Dynamics of Structures: Format: On-line Supplement. This book is designed for undergraduate and graduate students taking a first course in Dynamics of Structures, Structural Dynamics or Earthquake Engineering. It includes several topics on the theory of structural dynamics and the applications of this theory to the analysis of buildings, bridges, towers and other structures subjected to dynamic. whole structure and {F(t)} is the external force vector. Under free vibration, the natural frequencies and the mode shapes of a multiple degree of freedom system are the solutions of the eigenvalue problem.

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The aim of this book is to provide structural and civil engineers working in construction and environmental engineering with practical guidelines for counteracting vibration problems.

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ebook access is temporary and does not include ownership of the ebook. The aim of this book is to provide structural and civil engineers working in construction and environmental engineering with practical guidelines for counteracting vibration problems.

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of the applicable vibration studies, and finally by the presentation of representative case studies of mechanical vibrations in structures. Analytical Background Generalities Mechanical vibration effects studies on structures can be subdivided into modal identification and vibration problems.

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Description. Many structures suffer from unwanted vibrations and, although careful analysis at the design stage can minimise these, the vibration levels of many structures are excessive.

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Free vibrations 2. Forced vibrations 3. Transient response 4. Damping mechanisms 5. Modal analysis I: Basic idea and matrix formulation 6. Modal analysis II: Implementation and system reduction 7. Damping and tuned mass dampers 8.

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