IUTAM Symposium on Statistical Energy Analysis / Edition 1by F.J. Fahy
Pub. Date: 12/31/1998
Publisher: Springer Netherlands
This publication presents the proceedings of the IUTAM Symposium on Statistical Energy Analysis, the first international symposium specifically devoted to a method of vibration analysis, which is being increasingly adopted by engineers in industry and consultants concerned with vibration and noise associated with a wide range of engineering products. It represents the latest research developments in the field together with examples of its application to practical problems, as presented by a group of leading international experts. It therefore provides academics, engineers and consultants with a comprehensive, in-depth survey of the state of the art of Statistical Energy Analysis (SEA). It complements previously published monographs on the subject in bringing the reader up to date with recent developments made since their publication. It also includes a record of the symposium discussion in which many of the currently debated issues relating to SEA were intensively examined.
Table of Contents
Preface. Theory. Some Perspectives on Wave-Mode Duality in SEA; R.S. Langley. Wavelength Scale Effects on Energy Propagation in Structures; A. Carcaterra. On the Validity Domain of Some High Frequency Energy Models; A. Bocquillet, et al. Some Energy Relations for Mechanical Systems; Y.I. Bobrovnitskii. The Energetic Mean Mobility Approach (EMMA); G. Orefice, et al. Irregularity, Damping and Coupling Strength in S.E.A.; B.R. Mace, P.J. Shorter. An Approach to the Statistical Energy Analysis of Strongly Coupled Systems; R.G. DeJong. The Energy Flow Equation of Continuum Dynamics; J.T. Xing, W.G. Price. A Note on Conservative and Non-Conservative Coupling; C.R. Fredö. Predictive SEA Using the Line Wave Impedances; K.H. Heron. Statistical Energy Analysis of Beams which are Line-Connected to Plates; P.G. Bremner, T.E. Burton. Vibrational Energy Flows Between Two Plates Forming an 'L'-Shape and Joined by Compliant and Dissipative Couplings; M. Beshara, A.J. Keane. SEA Coupling Factors for Regular and Irregular Structures; J.E. Manning. Prediction of Structure Borne Sound of Low Modal Density Structure by Using SEA; I. Honda, K. Ohta. Power-Flow Analysis of Quasi-One-Dimensional Systems with Distributed Coupling; M. Blakemore, J. Woodhouse. The Estimation of Dynamic Stress and Strain in Beams, Plates and Shells Using Strain-Velocity Relationships; D.G. Karczub, M.P. Norton. Statistical Energy Analysis of Parametric Resonance in Structural Members; A.K. Belyaev. Experimental Techniques. On the External Input Power Into Coupled Structures; G. Maidanik, J. Dickey. Statistical Energy Analysis in View of Shastic Modal Analysis; H.J. Pradlwarter, G.I. Schuëller. Input Power Modulation Method; K.-O. Lundberg.An Indicator of Coupling Strength Between SEA Subsystems; F.J. Fahy, P.P. James. On the Calculation of Confidence Levels of the Experimentally Derived Internal and Coupling Loss Factors; L. Hermans, et al. Applications. The Practical Implementation of SEA; N. Lalor. Application of Statistical Energy Analysis (SEA) to the Development of a Light Truck Sound Package; X. Huang, et al. Predicting Noise Transmission in a Truck Cabin Using the Statistical Energy Analysis Approach; G. Borello. Statistical Energy Analysis of Fluid-Filled Pipes; S. Finnveden. SEA for Predicting the Efficiency of Noise Reduction Solutions Applied to an Air Conditioner Unit; A. Adobes, et al. Statistical Energy Analysis of Nonconservatively Coupled Systems and its Applications to Engineering; Y. De-Yuan. Calculation of Structure-borne Sound and Radiation from Automotive Silencers Using SEA and FEM; P. Geissler, H. Horn. Sound Transmission through Buildings Using SEA; R.J.M. Craik. The Relationship between Transmission Coefficient and Coupling Loss Factor; R.J.M. Craik. Short Communication on SEA Applied to Ship Structures; C. Cabos. Summary of Discussions.
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