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Chapter 1 Introduction and Vibration of Single-Degree-of-Freedom Systems.........

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1.1 Introduction........................................................
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1.1.1 Degrees of Freedom and Generalized Coordinates............
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1.1.2 Scope of Study............................................
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1.2 Newtons Second Law, Angular Momentum, and Kinetic Energy.............
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1.2.1 Particles.................................................
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1.2.2 Systems of Particles......................................
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1.2.3 Rigid Bodies..............................................
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1.3 Components of Vibrating Systems.....................................
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1.3.1 Inertia Elements..........................................
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1.3.2 Stiffness Elements........................................
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1.3.3 Energy Dissipation........................................
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1.3.4 External Energy Sources...................................
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1.4 Modeling of One-Degree-of-Freedom Systems...........................
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1.4.1 Introduction and Assumptions..............................
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1.4.2 Static Spring Forces......................................
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1.4.3 Derivation of Differential Equations......................
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1.4.4 Model Systems.............................................
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1.4.5 One-Degree-of-Freedom Models of Continuous Systems........
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1.5 Qualitative Aspects of One-Degree-of-Freedom Systems................
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1.6 Free Vibrations of Linear Single-Degree-of-Freedom Systems..........
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1.7 Response of a Single-Degree-of-Freedom System Due to Harmonic Excita
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1.7.1 General Theory............................................
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1.7.2 Frequency-Squared Excitation..............................
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1.7.3 Motion Input..............................................
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1.7.4 General Periodic Input....................................
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1.8 Transient Response of a Single-Degree-of-Freedom System.............
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Chapter 2 Derivation of Differential Equations Using Variational Methods........
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2.1 Functionals.........................................................
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2.2 Variations..........................................................
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2.3
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2.4
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2.5
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2.6
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2.7
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EulerLagrange Equation...............................................
Hamiltons Principle..................................................
Lagranges Equations for Conservative Discrete Systems................
Lagranges Equations for Non-Conservative Discrete Systems............
Linear Discrete Systems.............................................
2.7.1 Quadratic Forms...........................................

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2.7.2 Differential Equations for Linear Systems.................
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2.7.3 Linearization of Differential Equations...................
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2.8 Gyroscopic Systems..................................................
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2.9 Continuous Systems..................................................
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2.10 Bars, Strings, and Shafts..........................................
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2.11 EulerBernoulli Beams................................................
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2.12 Timoshenko Beams...................................................
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2.13 Membranes..........................................................
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Chapter 3 Linear Algebra........................................................
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3.1 Introduction........................................................
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3.2 Three-Dimensional Space.............................................
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3.3 Vector Spaces.......................................................
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3.4 Linear Independence.................................................
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3.5 Basis and Dimension.................................................
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3.6 Inner Products......................................................
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3.7 Norms...............................................................
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3.8 GramSchmidt Orthonormalization Method................................
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3.9 Orthogonal Expansions...............................................
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3.10 Linear Operators...................................................
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3.11 Adjoint Operators..................................................
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3.12 Positive Definite Operators........................................
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3.13 Energy Inner Products..............................................
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Chapter 4 Operators Used in Vibration Problems..................................
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4.1 Summary of Basic Theory.............................................
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4.2 Differential Equations for Discrete Systems.........................


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4.3 Stiffness Matrix....................................................
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4.4 Mass Matrix.........................................................
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4.5 Flexibility Matrix..................................................
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4.6 M1K and AM...........................................................
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4.7 Formulation of Partial Differential Equations for Continuous Systems
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4.8 Second-Order Problems...............................................
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4.9 EulerBernoulli Beam..................................................
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4.10 Timoshenko Beams...................................................
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4.11 Systems with Multiple Deformable Bodies............................
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4.12 Continuous Systems with Attached Inertia Elements..................
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4.13 Combined Continuous and Discrete Systems...........................
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4.14 Membranes..........................................................
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Chapter 5 Free Vibrations of Conservative Systems...............................
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5.1 Normal Mode Solution................................................
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5.2 Properties of Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors..........................
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5.2.1 Eigenvalues of Self-Adjoint Operators.....................
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5.2.2 Positive Definite Operators...............................
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5.2.3 Expansion Theorem.........................................
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5.2.4 Summary...................................................
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5.3 Rayleighs Quotient...................................................
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5.4 Solvability Conditions..............................................
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5.5 Free Response Using the Normal Mode Solution........................
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5.5.1 General Free Response.....................................
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5.5.2 Principal Coordinates.....................................
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5.6 Discrete Systems....................................................
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5.6.1 The Matrix Eigenvalue Problem.............................
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5.7 Natural Frequency Calculations Using Flexibility Matrix.............
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5.8 Matrix Iteration....................................................
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5.9 Continuous Systems..................................................
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5.10 Second-Order Problems (Wave Equation)..............................


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5.11 EulerBernoulli Beams................................................
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5.12 Repeated Structures................................................
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5.13 Timoshenko Beams...................................................
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5.14 Combined Continuous and Discrete Systems...........................
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5.15 Membranes..........................................................
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5.16 Greens Functions....................................................
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Chapter 6 Non-Self-Adjoint Systems..............................................
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6.1 Non-Self-Adjoint Operators..........................................
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6.2 Discrete Systems with Proportional Damping..........................
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6.3 Discrete Systems with General Damping...............................
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6.4 Discrete Gyroscopic Systems.........................................
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6.5 Continuous Systems with Viscous Damping.............................
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Chapter 7 Forced Response.......................................................
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7.1 Response of Discrete Systems for Harmonic Excitations...............
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7.1.1 General Theory............................................
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7.1.2 Vibration Absorbers.......................................
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7.2 Harmonic Excitation of Continuous Systems...........................
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7.3 Laplace Transform Solutions.........................................
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7.3.1 Discrete Systems..........................................
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7.3.2 Continuous Systems........................................
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7.4 Modal Analysis for Undamped Discrete Systems........................
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7.5 Modal Analysis for Undamped Continuous Systems......................
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7.6 Discrete Systems with Damping.......................................
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7.6.1 Proportional Damping......................................
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7.6.2 General Viscous Damping...................................
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Chapter 8 RayleighRitz and Finite-Element Methods................................
..540
8.1 Fourier Best Approximation Theorem..................................
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8.2 RayleighRitz Method..................................................
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8.3 Galerkin Method.....................................................
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8.4 RayleighRitz Method for Natural Frequencies and Mode Shapes..........


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8.5 RayleighRitz Methods for Forced Response.............................
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8.6 Admissible Functions................................................
........571
8.7 Assumed Modes Method................................................
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8.8 Finite-Element Method...............................................
........585
8.9 Assumed Modes Development of Finite-Element Method..................
........590
8.10 Bar Element........................................................
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8.11 Beam Element.......................................................
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Chapter 9 Exercises.............................................................
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9.1 Chapter 1...........................................................
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9.2 Chapter 2...........................................................
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9.3 Chapter 3...........................................................
........625
9.4 Chapter 4...........................................................
........628
9.5 Chapter 5...........................................................
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9.6 Chapter 6...........................................................
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9.7 Chapter 7...........................................................
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9.8 Chapter 8...........................................................
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References......................................................................
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Index...........................................................................
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