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Mechanical vibrations / Francis S. Tse. Ivan E. Morse y Rolland T. Hinkle.

By: Tse, Francis S [autor]
Contributor(s): Hinkle, Rolland T [autor] | Morse, Ivan E [autor]
Publisher: Boston : Allyn and Bacon, 1963Description: xi, 523 páginas : ilustraciones, gráficos ; 23 cmContent type: texto Media type: no mediado Carrier type: volumenSubject(s): Mecanica | VibraciónDDC classification: 620.3
Contents:
Introduction. -- Systems with one degree of freedom. -- Systems with more than one degree of freedom. -- The lagrange equations. -- Applications. -- Methods of determing natural frequencies. -- Multi- degree of freedom system matrix method. -- Transsients. -- Electronic analogue.
Simple harmonic motion. -- Vectorial representation of harmonic motions. -- Energy Method. -- Newtons law of motion. -- Mechanical impedance. -- Undaamped free vibration. -- Damped free vibration. -- Equivalent viscous damping. -- Natural frequencies . -- The laplace transformation. -- Electromechanical systems. -- Applications
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Book Book B. Campus los Cerros
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620.3 T787 (Browse shelf) 1963 1 Available 0000001289
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Incluye apéndices e índice. -- Apéndice A. Analogue Computer; suggested laboratory experiments. -- B. Linear ordinary differential equations with constant Coefficients. -- C. Determinants and matrices. -- D. Laplace transform and table of laplace transform pairs.

Introduction. -- Systems with one degree of freedom. -- Systems with more than one degree of freedom. -- The lagrange equations. -- Applications. -- Methods of determing natural frequencies. -- Multi- degree of freedom system matrix method. -- Transsients. -- Electronic analogue.

Simple harmonic motion. -- Vectorial representation of harmonic motions. -- Energy Method. -- Newtons law of motion. -- Mechanical impedance. -- Undaamped free vibration. -- Damped free vibration. -- Equivalent viscous damping. -- Natural frequencies . -- The laplace transformation. -- Electromechanical systems. -- Applications

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