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Mechanical Vibrations of Discontinuous Systems
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Authors: Juan Carlos Jauregui-Correa and Oscar M. Gonzalez Brambila (Circuito Aguascalientes, Mexico) 
Book Description:
Mechanical vibrations have attracted the attention of engineers and researches long time ago. Vibration problems require a deep understanding of mathematical modeling and signal analysis, but they also require practical experience. Even though there is abundant literature about the subject, there are still many unknown answers from modeling through measurement interpretation. The scope of it is the identification of discontinuities in the stiffness properties of mechanical systems, and how these discontinuities affect its behavior. The authors seek to find, with a practical perspective, those parameters that cause nonlinearities, or modify the stiffness properties.

Table of Contents:
Introduction

Preface

1. Nonlinear Vibrations pp.1-32

Background
State space dynamics
Bifurcations
Saddle bifurcation
Trans-critical bifurcation
Super critical bifurcation
Sub critical bifurcation
Two-Scale Method
Average Value Method
Poincaré Maps
Appendix

2. Mechanical systems with stiffness discontinuities pp.33-62
Introduction
Gearboxes
Bearings
Sliding bearings
Backlash
Rotor rubbing

3. Stiffness discontinuities due to large deformations pp.63-92
Introduction
Trust elements
Beam elements
First approach
Second approach
Experimental results

4. Mechanical systems that combine soft and hard materials pp.93-110
Introduction
The isolator design
Viscoelasticity
Unidirectional model
Bidirectional model
Torsonial vibration damper

5. Solution Methods pp.111-132
Introduction
System Identification
Harmonic distortion
Homogeneity
Reciprocity
Phase Diagram Analysis
Time-Frequency Analysis
Short Time Fourier Transform
Wavelet Transform
Example
STFT
Wavelet Transform

References pp.133-136

Index pp.137-141

   Series:
      Mechanical Engineering Theory and Applications
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2009 4th quarter
   Pages: 7 x 10, 141pp.
   ISBN: 978-1-60876-126-5
   Status: AV
  
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