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Overview

The Encyclopedia of Vibration is the first resource to cover this field so comprehensively. Approximately 190 articles cover everything from basic vibration theory to ultrasonics, from both fundamental and applied standpoints. Areas covered include vibrations in machines, buildings and other structures, vehicles, ships, and aircraft, as well as human response to vibration.
Each article provides a concise and authoritative introduction to a topic. The Encyclopedia includes essential facts, background information, and techniques for modeling, analysis, design, testing, and control of vibration. It is highlighted with numerous illustrations and is structured to provide easy access to required information.

Key Features
• Covers the entire field of vibration with 168 original articles written by leading international authorities
• Presents concise overviews of key topics relating to mechanical, civil, aeronautical, and electrical engineering
• Provides easy access to information through extensive cross-referencing, detailed subject index in each volume, and further reading lists in each article
• Features hundreds of detailed figures and equations, plus color plate sections in each volume

Audience: Researchers, practicing engineers, and high-level students in the fields of mechanical, civil, aeronautical, and electrical engineering; also specialists in acoustics and vibration. Members of the following organizations: UK & Europe- Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE)......UK-based international organisation: http://www.imeche.org.uk/ Institution of Civil Engineers......UK-based international organisation: http://www.ice.org.uk/ Institute of Sound & Vibration European Acoustics Association US American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Acoustical Society of America Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineers (IEEE) Society for Experimental Mechanics (SEM) International Institute of Acoustics & Vibration (IIAV)......http://www.iiav.org/.

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From the Preface:
..."The editors of the present Encyclopedia of Vibration have performed a valuable service to the field by dividing the subject matter into 168 chapters and selecting experts to create authoritative chapters on the individual topics. The result is a three-volume encyclopedia, which will be of great value to practicing vibration engineers and theorists. The encyclopedia will also be useful as a general reference, and as a guide to students, and professionals in neighboring fields."
—STEPHEN H. CRANDALL, Ford Professor of Engineering, Emeritus, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780122270857
  • Publisher: Elsevier Science
  • Publication date: 9/28/2001
  • Series: Engineering Series
  • Pages: 1645
  • Product dimensions: 11.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 5.50 (d)

Meet the Author

Simon Braun is professor of Mechanical Engineering and Head of Instrumentation at Technion-Israel Institute of Technology. He is currently the editor of Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing, and associate editor of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers' (ASME) Journal of Vibration and Acoustics.

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Table of Contents

Absorbers, Vibration
Valder Steffen, Jr, and Domingo Rade, Federal University of Uberlandia, Brazil
Active Control of Civil Structures
T T (Larry) Soong, MCEER, SUNY Buffalo, USA, and B F Spencer, Jr, USA
Active Control of Vehicle Vibration
Mehdi Ahmadian, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, USA
Active Isolation
Steve Griffin, AFRL/VSSV, USA, and Dino Sciulli, Virginia, USA
Active Vibration Suppression
Daniel Inman, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, USA
Actuators and Smart Structures
Victor Giurgiutiu, University of South Carolina, USA
Adaptive Filters
Stephen J Elliott, University of Southampton, UK
Aeroelastic Response
J E Cooper, University of Manchester, UK
Averaging
Simon Braun, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
Balancing
R Bigret, Drancy, France
Basic Principles
Giora Rosenhouse, Technion City, Israel
Beams
Richard A Scott, University of Michigan, USA
Bearing Diagnostics
K McKee and C James Li, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA
Bearing Vibrations
R Bigret, Drancy, France
Belts
L Zhang and J W Zu, University of Toronto, Canada
Blades and Bladed Disks
R Bigret, Drancy, France
Boundary Conditions
Giora Rosenhouse, Technion City, Israel
Boundary Element Methods
Friedel Hartmann, University of Kassel, Germany
Bridges
Singiresu S Rao, University of Miami, USA
Cables
Noel C Perkins, University of Michigan, USA
Cepstrum Analysis
Bob Randall, University of New South Wales, Australia
Chaos
Philip J Holmes, Princeton University, USA
Columns
Isaac Elishakoff, Florida Atlantic University, USA, and C W Bert, University of Oklahoma, USA
Commercial Software
Guy Robert, Liege, Belgium
Comparison of Vibration Properties: Comparison of Spatial Properties
Mircea Rades, University Politechnica of Bucharest, Romania
Comparison of Vibration Properties: Comparison of Modal Properties
Mircea Rades, University Politechnica of Bucharest, Romania
Comparison of Vibration Properties: Comparison of Response Properties
Mircea Rades, University Politechnica of Bucharest, Romania
Computation for Transient and Impact Dynamics
David J Benson, University of California, San Diego, USA, and John Hallquist, Livermore Software Technology Corporation (LSTC), USA
Continuous Methods
C W Bert, University of Oklahoma, USA
Correlation Functions
Simon Braun, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
Crash
Victor H Mucino, West Virginia University, USA
Critical Damping
Daniel Inman, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, USA
Damping in FE Models
George A Lesieutre, Pennsylvania State University, USA
Damping Materials
Eric E Ungar, Acentech, Inc, USA
Damping Measurement
D J Ewins, Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, UK
Damping Models
Daniel Inman, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, USA
Damping Mounts
Jian-Qiao Sun, University of Delaware, USA
Damping, Active
Amr Baz, University of Maryland, USA
Data Acquisition
Bob Randall and M J Tordon, University of New South Wales, Australia
Diagnostics and Condition Monitoring, Basic Concepts
M Sidahmed, Université de Compiegne, France, and Giorgio Dalpiaz, University of Bologna, Italy
Digital Filters
Tony Constantinides, Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, UK
Discrete Elements
Singiresu S Rao, University of Miami, USA
Disks
D J Ewins, Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, UK
Displays of Vibration Properties
Mircea Rades, University Politechnica of Bucharest, Romania
Dynamic Stability
A Steindl, Vienna University of Technology, Austria, and Hans Troger, Vienna, Austria
Earthquake Excitation and Response of Buildings
Farzad Naeim, John A Martin & Associates, Inc, USA
Eigenvalue Analysis
Oliver Bauchau, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
Electrorheological and Magnetorheological Fluids
R Stanway, The University of Sheffield, UK
Electrostrictive Materials
Kenji Uchino, Pennsylvania State University, USA, and H S Tzou, University of Kentucky, USA
Environmental Testing, Implementation
P S Varoto, Escola de Engenharia de Sao Carlos, USP, Brazil
Environmental Testing, Overview
David Smallwood, Sandia National Laboratories, USA
Fatigue
Albert Kobayashi and M Ramula, University of Washington, USA
Feed Forward Control of Vibration
Christopher R Fuller, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, USA
Finite Difference Methods
Singiresu S Rao, University of Miami, USA
Finite Element Methods
Singiresu S Rao, University of Miami, USA
Fluid/Structure Interaction
Sabih Hayek, Pennsylvania State University, USA
Flutter
Jan Wright, University of Manchester, UK
Flutter, Active Control
Frank H Gern, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, USA
Forced Response
N A J Lieven, Bristol University, UK
Friction Damping
Raouf Ibrahim, Wayne State University, USA
Friction Induced Vibrations
Raouf Ibrahim, Wayne State University, USA
Gear Diagnostics
C James Li, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA
Ground Transportation Systems
A K W Ahmed, Concordia University, Canada
Hand-transmitted Vibration
M Griffin, University of Southampton, UK
Helicopter Damping
Norman M Wereley, University of Maryland at College Park, USA
Hilbert Transforms
M Feldman, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
Hybrid Control
Kon-Well Wang, Pennsylvania State University, USA
Hysteretic Damping
H T Banks, North Carolina State University, USA and G A Pinter, North Carolina State University, USA
Identification, Fourier-based Methods
Simon Braun, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
Identification, Model Based Methods
Spilios D Fassois, University of Patras, Greece
Inverse Problems
Y M Ram, Louisiana State University, USA
Krylov-Lanczos Methods
Roy Craig, University of Texas, USA
Laser Based Measurements
P Castellini, E P Tomasini, and G M Revel, Università di Ancona, Italy
Linear Algebra
Charbel Farhat, University of Colorado, USA, and Daniel Rixen, Delft, Belgium
Linear Damping Matrix Methods
Fai Ma, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Liquid Sloshing
Raouf Ibrahim, Wayne State University, USA
Localization
Christophe Pierre, University of Michigan, USA
Magnetostrictive Materials
Alison Flatau, National Science Foundation, USA
Membranes
Arthur W Leissa, Ohio State University, USA
MEMs Applications
I Stiharu, Concordia University, Canada
MEMs, Dynamic Response
I Stiharu
MEMs, General Properties
I Stiharu
Modal Analysis, Experimental: Basic Principles
D J Ewins, Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, UK
Modal Analysis, Experimental: Measurement Techniques
J M Silva, Institute Superior Technico, Portugal
Modal Analysis, Experimental: Parameter Extraction Methods
N M Maia, Institute Superior Technico, Portugal
Modal Analysis, Experimental: Construction of Models from Tests
N M Maia, Institute Superior Technico, Portugal
Modal Analysis, Experimental: Applications
D J Ewins, Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, UK
Mode of Vibration
D J Ewins, Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, UK
Model Updating and Validating
M Link, Universität Gesamthoschule Kassel, Germany
Motion Sickness
M Griffin, University of Southampton, UK
Neural Networks, Diagnostic Applications
M Zacksenhouse, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
Neural Networks, General Principles
B Dubuisson, La Croix Saint Ouen, France
Noise, Noise Radiated from Elementary Sources
Michael Peter Norton and J Pan, University of Western Australia, Australia
Noise, Noise Radiated by Baffled Plates
Michael Peter Norton and J pan, University of Western Australia, Australia
Nondestructive Testing, Sonic
Scott Doebling and Charles Farrar, Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA
Nondestructive Testing, Ultrasonic
L W Schmerr Jr, Iowa State University, USA
Nonlinear Normal Modes
Alexander Vakakis, University of Illinois, USA
Nonlinear System Identification
B F Feeny, Michigan State University, USA
Nonlinear System Resonance Phenomena
Anil Bajaj and Charles M Krousgrill, Purdue University, USA
Nonlinear Systems Analysis
Anil Bajaj, Purdue University, USA
Nonlinear Systems, Overview
Noel C Perkins, University of Michigan, USA
Object Oriented Programming in FE Analysis
Igor Klapka, Université de Liège, Belgium, Alberto Cardona, INTEC, Argentina, and Philipee Devloo, Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brazil
Optimal Filters
Stephen J Elliott, University of Southampton, UK
Packaging
Jorge Marcondes, San Jose University, USA
Parallel Processing
Daniel Rixen, Delft, Belgium
Parametric Excitation
Alexandra David and Subhash Sinha, Auburn University, USA
Perturbation Techniques for Non-linear Systems
Steve Shaw, Michigan State University, USA
Piezoelectric Materials
H S Tzou, University of Kentucky, USA, and M C Natori, Institute of Space & Astronautical Science, Japan
Pipes
Singiresu S Rao, University of Miami, USA
Plates
Arthur W Leissa, Ohio State University, USA
Random Processes
Mikhail F Dimentberg, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, USA
Random Vibration, Basic Theory
Mikhail F Dimentberg, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, USA
Resonance and Antiresonance
Mircea Rades, University Politechnica of Bucharest, Romania
Robot Vibrations
Wayne Book, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
Rotating Machinery, Essential Features
R Bigret, Drancy, France
Rotating Machinery, Model Characteristics
R Bigret, Drancy, France
Rotating Machinery, Monitoring
R Bigret, Drancy, France
Rotor Dynamics
R Bigret, Drancy, France
Rotorstator Interactions
R Bigret, Drancy, France
Seismic Instruments, Environmental Factors
Kenneth McConnell, Iowa State University, USA
Sensors and Actuators
H S Tzou, University of Kentucky, USA, and C S Chou, National Taiwan University, Republic of China
Shape Memory Alloys
M Baz, University of Maryland, USA
Shells
W Soedel, Purdue University, USA
Ship Vibrations
William S Vorus, University of New Orleans, USA
Shock
Jorge Marcondes, San Jose University, USA
Shock Isoloation Systems
Mircea Rades, University Politechnia of Bucharest, Romania
Signal Generation Models for Diagnostics
Giorgio Dalpiaz, University of Bologna, Italy, and M Sidahmed, Université de Compiegne, France
Signal Integration and Differentiation
Stuart Dyne, University of Southampton, UK
Signal Processing, Model Based Methods
Simon Braun, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
Spectral Analysis, Classical Methods
Simon Braun, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
Standards for Vibrations of Machines and Measurement Procedures
John Niemkiewicz, Maintenance and Diagnostic (M&D) LLC, USA
Stochastic Analysis of Nonlinear Systems
Y K Lin and C Q Cai, Florida Atlantic University, USA
Stochastic Systems
Mikhail F Dimentberg, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, USA
Structural Dynamic Modifications
A Sestieri, Universita Degli Studi di Roma, Italy, and W D'Amorogio, Universita Be L'Aquila, Italy
Structure-Acoustic Interaction, High Frequencies
A Sestieri, Universita Degli Studi di Roma, Italy
Structure-Acoustic Interaction, Low Frequencies
A Sestieri, Universita Degli Studi di Roma, Italy
Testing, Non-linear Systems
Alan Haddow, Michigan State University, USA
Theory of Vibration, Fundamentals
Bingen Yang, University of Southern California, USA
Theory of Vibration, Superposition
M G Prasad, Stevens Institute of Technology, USA
Theory of Vibration, Duhamel's Principle and Convolution
G Rosenhouse, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
Theory of Vibration, Energy Methods
Singiresu S Rao, University of Miami, USA
Theory of Vibration, Equations of Motion
Jonathan Wickert, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
Theory of Vibration, Substructuring
Mehmet Sunar, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Saudi Arabia
Theory of Vibration, Impulse Response Function
Rakesh Kapania, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, USA
Theory of Vibration, Variational Methods
Singiresu S Rao, University of Miami, USA
Time-Frequency Methods
Paul White, University of Southampton, UK
Tire Vibrations
G D Shteinhauz, The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, USA
Tool Wear Monitoring
M Sidahmed, Université de Compiegne, France
Transducers for Absolute Motion
Kenneth McConnell, Iowa State University, USA
Transducers for Relative Motion
Kenneth McConnell, Iowa State University, USA, Simon Braun, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel, and Gene E Maddux, Tipp City, USA
Transform Methods
Simon Braun, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
Transforms, Wavelets
Paul White, University of Southampton, UK
Ultrasonics
M J S Lowe, Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, UK
Vibration Generated Sound, Fundamentals
Michael Peter Norton and S J Drew, University of Western Australia, Australia
Vibration Generated Sound, Radiation by Flexural Elements
Michael Peter Norton and S J Drew, University of Western Australia, Australia
Vibration Intensity
Sabih Hayek, Pennsylvania State University, USA
Vibration Isolation, Applications and Criteria
E Rivin, Wayne State University, USA
Vibration Isolation Theory
E Rivin, Wayne State University, USA
Vibration Transmission
Sabih I Hayek, Pennsylvania State University, USA
Vibro-impact Systems
F Peterka, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Czech Republic
Viscous Damping
Farhan Gandhi, Pennsylvania State University, USA
Wave Propagation, Waves in an Unbound Medium
M J S Lowe, Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, UK
Wave Propagation, Interaction of Waves with Boundaries
M J S Lowe, Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, UK
Wave Propagation, Guided Waves in Structures
M J S Lowe, Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, UK
Whole-body Vibration
M Griffin, University of Southampton, UK
Wind-Induced Vibrations
Ahsan Kareem, University of Notre Dame, USA
Windows
Simon Braun, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel

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