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Published by Chapman in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Structural dynamics,
  • Vibration

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

StatementWitold Nowackī ; translated from the Polish by Henryk Zorski.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTH153 .N6713 1963
The Physical Object
Pagination396 p. :
Number of Pages396
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19411800M

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Abstract This chapter gives an introduction to the dynamics of elastic systems. We restrict the emphasis to those concepts that will be used directly in later chapters. The response of a simple spring-mass system will be used to motivate these : James F. Doyle. Book Reviews. Dynamics of Elastic Systems. W. Nowacki, Author, W. Nowacki, Author. Search for other works by this author on: This Site. Analytical Solution for the Electric Arc Dynamics and Heat Transfer When Exposed to a Magnetic Cross-Field. J. Heat Transfer (June, )Cited by: (elastic restoring force, k x) of the structural system. iii. The damping element signifies the energy dissipation characteristics (damping force,) of the structural system. The damping in the system is generally represented as the equivalent viscous damping. iv. The external force is represented by the excitation force, F(t) which is obviously aFile Size: 4MB. This monograph is devoted to recent advances in nonlinear dynamics of continuous elastic systems. A major part of the book is dedicated to the analysis of non-homogeneous continua, e.g. plates and shells characterized by sudden changes in their thickness, possessing holes in their bodies or/and edges, made from different materials with diverse dynamical characteristics and complicated boundary conditions.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Nowacki, Witold. Dynamics of elastic systems. London, Chapman & Hall, (OCoLC) Document Type.   Cite this chapter as: Karnovsky I.A., Lebed O. () Dynamics of Elastic Systems. In: Advanced Methods of Structural Analysis. Springer, Boston, MAAuthor: Igor A. Karnovsky, Olga Lebed. In a previously reported work, generalized equations of motion were developed for the dynamic analysis of elastic mechanism systems. Emphasis was placed on the need for including vibration effects; these, until recently, had generally been neglected, primarily for reason of the complexity of the mathematical analysis of such by: system. Structural Dynamics Dynamics of a Spring-Mass System The free-body diagram of the mass is shown below. The spring force T = kx and the applied force F(t) act on the mass, and the mass-times-acceleration term is shown separately. Applying Newton’s second law of motion, f = ma, to the mass, we obtain the equation of motion in the x.