Vibration of Continuous Systems – Singiresu S. Rao – 1st Edition

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Broad, up-to-date coverage of advanced by the market-leading author Successful vibration analysis of continuous structural elements and systems requires a knowledge of material mechanics, structural mechanics, ordinary and partial differential equations, matrix methods, variational calculus, and integral equations. Fortunately, leading author Singiresu has created Vibration of Continuous Systems, a new book that provides engineers, researchers, and students with everything they need to know about analytical of vibration of continuous structural systems.

Featuring coverage of strings, bars, shafts, beams, circular rings and curved beams, membranes, plates, and shells-as well as an introduction to the propagation of elastic waves in structures and solid bodies- of Continuous Systems presents: Methodical and comprehensive coverage of the vibration of different types of structural elements The exact analytical and analytical of in a straightforward manner, complete with illustrative examples With chapters that are independent and self-contained, Vibration of Continuous Systems is the perfect book that works as a one-semester course, self-study tool, and convenient reference.

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1. Introduction: Basic Concepts and Terminology.
Chapter 2. Vibration of Discrete Systems: Brief Review.
Chapter 3. Derivation of Equations: Equilibrium Approach.
Chapter 4. Derivation of Equations: Variation Approach.
Chapter 5. Derivation of Equations: Integral Equation Approach. Chapter 6. Solution Procedure: Eigenvalue and Modal Analysis Approach.
Chapter 7. Solution Procedure: Integral Transform Methods.
Chapter 8. Transverse Vibration of Strings.
Chapter 9. Longitudinal Vibration of Bars.
Chapter 10. Torsional Vibration of Shafts.
Chapter 11. Transverse Vibration of Beams.
Chapter 12. Vibration of Circular Rings and Curved Beams.
Chapter 13.Vibration of Membranes.
Chapter 14. Transverse Vibration of Plates.
Chapter 15. Vibration of Shells.
Chapter 16. Elastic Wave Propagation.
Chapter 17. Approximate Analytical Methods.

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