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Course Code Course Title Course Planner Lectures Tutorials Practicals Credits
MEC406 MECHANICAL VIBRATION 15880::Hitesh Dhingra 3.0 1.0 0.0 4.0
Course Category Courses with numerical and conceptual focus
TextBooks
Sr No Title Author Edition Year Publisher Name
T-1 Mechanical vibration S. S. Rao 4th 2003 Pearson
Reference Books
Sr No Title Author Edition Year Publisher Name
R-1 Mechanical Vibrations V.P.Singh 9th 2007 Dhanpat Rai
R-2 MECHANICAL VIBRATIONS Dr. Debabrata Nag 2nd 2011 Wiley-India, New Delhi
R-3 Mechanical Vibrations G.K Grover 8th Nem Chand Brothers
R-4 Mechanical Vibrations and Noise
Engineering
A.G Ambekar 5th 2010 PHI (Pretice Hall India)
Relevant Websites
Sr No (Web address) (only if relevant to the course) Salient Features
RW-1 http://www.nptel.iitm.ac.in/courses/Webcourse-contents/IIT-
%20Guwahati/ve/index.htm
Lecture Notes
RW-2 http://www.math.psu.edu/tseng/class/Math251/Notes-MechV.pdf Lecture Notes
RW-3 http://www.me.mtu.edu/courses/meem3700/lecture_11.pdf Lecture Notes
RW-4 http://nptel.iitm.ac.in/courses/112104040/pdf/lecture18.pdf Lecture Notes
Detailed Plan For Lectures
LTP week distribution: (LTP Weeks)
Weeks before MTE 7
Weeks After MTE 7
Spill Over 3
Week
Number
Lecture
Number
Broad Topic(Sub Topic) Chapters/Sections
of Text/reference
books
Other Readings,
Relevant
Websites, Audio
Visual Aids,
software and
Virtual Labs
Lecture Description Learning Outcomes Pedagogical Tool
Demonstration/ Case
Study / Images /
animation / ppt etc.
Planned
Week 1 Lecture 1 Fundamentals of Vibration
(Vibration terminology)
T-1:1
R-1:1
R-3:1
R-4:1
Introduction to Vibration
and its effects
Students learn the
effects of vibration and
causes of vibrations
Animation of bridge
vibrating under heavy
winds
Lecture 2 Fundamentals of Vibration
(Harmonic motion)
T-1:1
R-1:1
R-3:1
R-4:1
Description about
Harmonic motion, its
properties and procedure
to add two or more
harmonic motions both
analytically as
Student learn how to
find resultant of two or
more harmonic motions
Video related to
harmonic motion
Fundamentals of Vibration
(Periodic motion)
T-1:1
R-1:1
R-3:1
R-4:1
Description about
Harmonic motion, its
properties and procedure
to add two or more
harmonic motions both
analytically as
Student learn how to
find resultant of two or
more harmonic motions
Video related to
periodic motion
Lecture 3 Fundamentals of Vibration
(Modeling of vibration systems)
T-1:1
R-1:1
R-3:1
R-4:1
What are inertia
elements and their
properties
Student learn about
diferent inertia
elements and their
importance in a
vibrating system
Animation related to
vibrating model
Fundamentals of Vibration(Inertia
Elements)
T-1:1
R-1:1
R-2:1
R-3:1
What are inertia
elements and their
properties
Student learn about
diferent inertia
elements and their
importance in a
vibrating system
Animation related to
vibrating model
Week 2 Lecture 4 Fundamentals of Vibration
(Stiffness Elements)
T-1:1
R-1:1
R-3:1
R-4:1
Description about
stiffness elements of a
vibrating system
Student learn about
stiffness elements and
their different
combinations
Animation related to
vibrating model
Fundamentals of Vibration
(Dissipation Elements)
T-1:1
R-1:1
R-3:1
R-4:1
Description about
stiffness elements of a
vibrating system
Student learn about
stiffness elements and
their different
combinations
Animation related to
vibrating model
Lecture 5 Free Vibration of Single Degree of
Freedom Systems(Vibration
model)
T-1:2
R-1:2
R-3:2
R-4:2
Description about
different types of
vibration model and how
to make them
Student learn how to
make a model of
vibrating body for
analysis
Whiteboard and
Marker
Week 2 Lecture 5 Free Vibration of Single Degree of
Freedom Systems(Equations of
motion)
T-1:2
R-1:2
R-3:2
R-4:2
RW-1 Description about
different types of
vibration model and how
to make them
Student learn how to
make a model of
vibrating body for
analysis
Whiteboard and
Marker
Lecture 6 Free Vibration of Single Degree of
Freedom Systems(Natural
frequency)
T-1:2
R-1:2
R-3:2
R-4:2
Importance of natural
frequency is discussed
along with methods to
find it
Student learn about
natural frequency and
different methods of
finding it
Whiteboard and
Marker
Week 3 Lecture 7 Free Vibration of Single Degree of
Freedom Systems(Types of
Damping)
T-1:2
R-1:3
R-3:3
R-4:3
RW-1 Description about
viscous damping, its
differential equation and
solution
Student learn about
viscous damping and
solving differential
equation for the given
problem
Whiteboard and
Marker
Free Vibration of Single Degree of
Freedom Systems(Viscously
damped free vibration)
T-1:2
R-1:3
R-3:3
R-4:3
RW-1
RW-2
Description about
viscous damping, its
differential equation and
solution
Student learn about
viscous damping and
solving differential
equation for the given
problem
Whiteboard and
Marker
Free Vibration of Single Degree of
Freedom Systems(Damping ratio)
T-1:2
R-1:3
R-3:3
R-4:3
RW-1 Description about
viscous damping, its
differential equation and
solution
Student learn about
viscous damping and
solving differential
equation for the given
problem
Whiteboard and
Marker
Lecture 8 Free Vibration of Single Degree of
Freedom Systems(Coulomb
damping)
T-1:2
R-1:3
R-2:3
R-3:3
R-4:3
What is coulomb
damping and its use
Student will learn about
coulomb damping and
structural damping
its applications
Animation of coulomb
damping
Free Vibration of Single Degree of
Freedom Systems(Structural
damping)
T-1:2
R-1:3
R-2:3
R-3:3
R-4:3
What is coulomb
damping and its use
Student will learn about
coulomb damping and
structural damping
its applications
Whiteboard and
Marker
Lecture 9 Free Vibration of Single Degree of
Freedom Systems(Logarithmic
decrement)
T-1:2
R-1:3
R-2:3
R-3:3
R-4:3
Discussion about
logrithmic decrement
and its derivation
Student learn what is
Logrithmic decrement
and its significance as
well as how to derive
an expression of it
Whiteboard and
Marker
Week 4 Lecture 10 Forced Vibration of Single Degree
of Freedom Systems(Harmonically
Forced Vibration)
T-1:3
R-1:4
R-3:4
R-4:4
Discussion on
Harmonically Forced
Vibrations and their
causes and effects
Student will learn how
to find response of a
system under
Harmonically forced
vibrations
Whiteboard and
Marker
Week 4 Lecture 11 Forced Vibration of Single Degree
of Freedom Systems(Magnification
factor)
T-1:3
R-1:4
R-3:4
R-4:4
Lecture about
magnification factor and
its properties
Student will learn what
is magnification factor
and its different
properties under
different vibrating
conditions
Images related to
Magnification factor
Lecture 12 Forced Vibration of Single Degree
of Freedom Systems(Rotating and
reciprocating unbalance)
T-1:3
R-1:4
R-2:4
R-4:4
RW-3 Description about
rotating unbalance and
its effects along with
expression of response
Student learn about
effects and causes of
rotating unbalance and
how to find response of
a system vibrating
under rotating
unbalance
Animated video
Week 5 Lecture 13 Forced Vibration of Single Degree
of Freedom Systems(Support
motion)
T-1:3
R-1:4
R-4:4
Discussion about the
concept of support
motion and its different
cases with derivation
Student will learn about
the concept of support
motion in a vibrating
body and also derive its
expression for different
cases
Whiteboard and
Marker
Lecture 14 Forced Vibration of Single Degree
of Freedom Systems(Forced
Energy dissipated by damping)
T-1:2
R-1:3
Description about the
energy dissipation during
damping and description
about forced vibrations
with coulomb damping
Student learn about
coulomb damping and
its effects under
different conditions
Whiteboard and
Marker
Forced Vibration of Single Degree
of Freedom Systems(Vibration
with coulomb damping)
T-1:2
R-1:3
Description about the
energy dissipation during
damping and description
about forced vibrations
with coulomb damping
Student learn about
coulomb damping and
its effects under
different conditions
Whiteboard and
Marker
Lecture 15 Forced Vibration of Single Degree
of Freedom Systems(Vibration
Isolation)
T-1:3
R-1:4
R-4:4
What is Vibration
Isolation and how it is
done and Force
Transmissibility
and its effects on a
vibrating system
Student learn about
vibration isolation and
its various methods and
what
is Force
Transmissibilty, its
derivation and how to
solve problems based
on it
Video of Vibration
isolation in machines
Forced Vibration of Single Degree
of Freedom Systems(Force
Transmissibility)
T-1:3
R-1:4
R-4:4
What is Vibration
Isolation and how it is
done and Force
Transmissibility
and its effects on a
vibrating system
Student learn about
vibration isolation and
its various methods and
what
is Force
Transmissibilty, its
derivation and how to
solve problems based
on it
Whiteboard and
Marker
Week 6 Lecture 16 Forced Vibration of Single Degree
of Freedom Systems(Vibration
Measuring Instruments)
T-1:10
R-1:5
Spill Over Spill Over Images for Vibration
measurement
Week 6 Lecture 17 Forced Vibration of Single Degree
of Freedom Systems(Vibrometer)
T-1:10
R-1:4
What is Vibration
Measurement and how it
is done
Student will come to
know about vibration
measurement and what
parameters of vibration
can be measured using
different instruments
Whiteboard and
Marker
Forced Vibration of Single Degree
of Freedom Systems
(Accelerometer)
T-1:10
R-1:4
What is Vibration
Measurement and how it
is done
Student will come to
know about vibration
measurement and what
parameters of vibration
can be measured using
different instruments
Whiteboard and
Marker
Lecture 18 Test1
Week 7 Lecture 19 Forced Vibration of Single Degree
of Freedom Systems(Frequency
Response Curve)
T-1:3
R-1:4
R-3:4
R-4:4
Description about
frequency response
curves for different cases
Student will learn how
to use equations and
draw the curves related
to them
Images of various
curves
Lecture 20 Forced Vibration of Single Degree
of Freedom Systems(Whirling of
Shaft)
R-1:4
R-4:7
Description about
whirling of shaft and
finding expression of
amplitude for it
Student will learn about
whirling of shaft, its
related derivation also
how to solve the
problems
Animation for Shafts
rotating at Critical
Speeds.
Lecture 21 Forced Vibration of Single Degree
of Freedom Systems(Whirling of
Shaft)
R-1:4
R-4:7
Description about
whirling of shaft and
finding expression of
amplitude for it
Student will learn about
whirling of shaft, its
related derivation also
how to solve the
problems
Animation for Shafts
rotating at Critical
Speeds.
MID-TERM
Week 8 Lecture 22 Two Degree of Freedom System
(Introduction)
T-1:5
R-1:5
R-4:5
Introduction to two
degree of freedom
system
Student will learn about
two degree of freedom
systems and their
properties
Images for Two DoF
Systems
Lecture 23 Two Degree of Freedom System
(Principal and Normal modes of
Vibration)
T-1:5
R-1:5
R-4:5
Procedure to find natural
frequency and principal
and normal modes of
vibration
Student will learn how
to solve vibrational
problems of simple two
degree freedom
problem
Whiteboard and
Marker
Lecture 24 Two Degree of Freedom System
(Degenerating system)
T-1:5
R-1:5
R-4:5
Procedure to solve
problems for
Degenerating and Semi
Definite systems and
derivation for Coordinate
couplig, Combined
modes
Student will learn what
degenerating systems
are and what is their
importance
Video related to Semi-
definite Systems
Week 8 Lecture 24 Two Degree of Freedom System
(Combined rectilinear and angular
modes)
T-1:5
R-1:5
R-4:5
Procedure to solve
derivation for Coordinate
couplig, Combined
modes
Student will learn about
combined rectilinear
and angular modes and
will be able to solve
problems based on it
Whiteboard and
Marker
Two Degree of Freedom System
(Coordinate Coupling)
T-1:5
R-1:5
R-4:5
Procedure to solve
derivation for Coordinate
couplig, Combined
modes
Student will learn about
combined rectilinear
and angular modes and
will be able to solve
problems based on it
Whiteboard and
Marker
Week 9 Lecture 25 Two Degree of Freedom System
(Langrange method)
T-1:6
R-1:5
R-4:5
Description about
Lagranges equation and
its application
Student will learn how
to obtain equation of
motion for a system
using lagranges
equation
Whiteboard and
Marker
Lecture 26 Two Degree of Freedom System
(Vibration Absorber)
T-1:9
R-1:5
R-4:5
Spill Over Spill Over Video demonstration
Two Degree of Freedom System
(Frahm Vibration Absorber)
T-1:9
R-1:5
R-4:5
RW-4 Derivation for Frahm
Vibration absorber
Student will learn about
derivation and working
of Frahm Vibration
absorber and its
conditions for
effectiveness
Video related to
vibration absorber
Lecture 27 Two Degree of Freedom System
(Frahm Vibration Absorber)
T-1:9
R-1:5
R-4:5
RW-4 Derivation for Frahm
Vibration absorber
Student will learn about
derivation and working
of Frahm Vibration
absorber and its
conditions for
effectiveness
Video related to
vibration absorber
Week 10 Lecture 28 Test2
Lecture 29 Multi Degree of Freedom Systems
(Introduction)
T-1:6
R-4:6
Description about
different approaches to
use eigen values and
eigen vectors for
calculating natural
frequency and mode
shapes
Student will learn
different methods of
using eigen values and
eigen vectors for
calculating Natural
frequency and mode
shapes
White Board and
Marker
Multi Degree of Freedom Systems
(Eigen Value and Eigen Vector
Problem)
T-1:6
R-4:6
Description about
different approaches to
use eigen values and
eigen vectors for
calculating natural
frequency and mode
shapes
Student will learn
different methods of
using eigen values and
eigen vectors for
calculating Natural
frequency and mode
shapes
White Board and
Marker
Lecture 30 Multi Degree of Freedom Systems
(Influence coefficient)
T-1:6
R-1:6
R-4:6
Description of procedure
to find Flexibility
coefficients and
flexibility matrix
Student will be able to
find flexibility
coefficients and write
flexibility matrix
Whiteboard and
Marker
Week 10 Lecture 30 Multi Degree of Freedom Systems
(Flexibility Coefficient and
flexibility matrix)
T-1:6
R-1:6
R-4:6
Description of procedure
to find Flexibility
coefficients and
flexibility matrix
Student will be able to
find flexibility
coefficients and write
flexibility matrix
Whiteboard and
Marker
Week 11 Lecture 31 Multi Degree of Freedom Systems
(Orthogonality Principle)
T-1:7
R-1:6
R-4:6
Demonstration about
Orthogonality Principle
and its application
Student will learn how
to use orthogonality
principle in matrix
iteration method
Whiteboard and
Marker
Multi Degree of Freedom Systems
(Matrix iteration method)
T-1:7
R-1:6
R-4:6
Description of procedure
to find natural
frequencies and mode
shapes using matrix
iterations
Student will be able to
find natural frequencies
and mode shapes of
multi degree freedom
system using matrix
iterations
Whiteboard and
Marker
Lecture 32 Multi Degree of Freedom Systems
(Matrix iteration method)
T-1:7
R-1:6
R-4:6
Description of procedure
to find natural
frequencies and mode
shapes using matrix
iterations
Student will be able to
find natural frequencies
and mode shapes of
multi degree freedom
system using matrix
iterations
Whiteboard and
Marker
Multi Degree of Freedom Systems
(Orthogonality Principle)
T-1:7
R-1:6
R-4:6
Demonstration about
Orthogonality Principle
and its application
Student will learn how
to use orthogonality
principle in matrix
iteration method
Whiteboard and
Marker
Lecture 33 Multi Degree of Freedom Systems
(Dunkerley's Method)
T-1:7
R-1:6
R-4:6
Derivation of dunkerley
equation
Student will learn how
to derive Dunkerley
Equation and how to
find natural frequency
using it
Whiteboard and
Marker
Week 12 Lecture 34 Multi Degree of Freedom Systems
(Holzer Method)
T-1:7
R-1:6
R-4:6
Description about how to
use Holzer's method to
find natural frequencies
Student will be able to
learn about finding
natural frequencies by
using Holzer's
Procedure
Whiteboard and
Marker
Lecture 35 Multi Degree of Freedom Systems
(Stodola Method)
R-1:6
R-4:6
Description about how to
use Stodola's method to
find natural frequencies
Student will be able to
learn about finding
natural frequencies by
using Stodola's
Procedure
Whiteboard and
Marker
Lecture 36 Test3
Week 13 Lecture 37 Vibration of Continuous Systems
(Vibrating String)
T-1:8
R-1:7
R-4:8
Introduction to
Continuous system and
derivation of general
solution for a vibrating
string
Student will learn about
continuous system and
its properties Also
student will be able to
make solution for such
a system depending on
given conditions
Video demonstration
Week 13 Lecture 38 Vibration of Continuous Systems
(Longitudinal Vibration of Rods)
T-1:8
R-1:7
R-4:8
Derivation Solving of
general solution for a
vibrating rod
Student will be able to
make solution for such
a system depending on
given conditions
Whiteboard and
Marker
Lecture 39 Vibration of Continuous Systems
(Torsional Vibration of rods)
T-1:8
R-1:7
R-4:8
Spill Over Spill Over Animations
Vibration of Continuous Systems
(Euler equation for beams)
T-1:8
R-1:7
R-4:8
Solution for Torsional
Vibration of rods and
Euler's Equation for
Transverse Vibration
Student will be able to
make solution for such
a system depending on
given conditions
Whiteboard and
Marker
Week 14 Lecture 40 Vibration of Continuous Systems
(Euler equation for beams)
T-1:8
R-1:7
R-4:8
Solution for Torsional
Vibration of rods and
Euler's Equation for
Transverse Vibration
Student will be able to
make solution for such
a system depending on
given conditions
Whiteboard and
Marker
Lecture 41 Vibration of Continuous Systems
(Euler equation for beams)
T-1:8
R-1:7
R-4:8
Solution for Torsional
Vibration of rods and
Euler's Equation for
Transverse Vibration
Student will be able to
make solution for such
a system depending on
given conditions
Whiteboard and
Marker
Lecture 42 Vibration of Continuous Systems
(Euler equation for beams)
T-1:8
R-1:7
R-4:8
Solution for Torsional
Vibration of rods and
Euler's Equation for
Transverse Vibration
Student will be able to
make solution for such
a system depending on
given conditions
Whiteboard and
Marker
SPILL OVER
Week 15 Lecture 43 Spill Over
Lecture 44 Spill Over
Lecture 45 Spill Over
Scheme for CA:
Component Frequency Out Of Each Marks Total Marks
Test 2 3 30 60
Total :- 30 60
Details of Academic Task(s)
AT No. Objective Topic of the Academic Task Nature of Academic Task
(group/individuals/field
work
Evaluation Mode Allottment /
submission Week
Test1 To Prepare the
Students for Mid
Term Exam
Fundamentals of Vibration : Modeling of vibration systems,
Vibration terminology, Harmonic motion, Periodic motion, Inertia
Elements, Stiffness Elements, Dissipation Elements Free
Vibration of Single Degree of Freedom Systems : Vibration
model, Equations of motion, Natural frequency, Viscously
damped free vibration, Damping ratio, Logarithmic decrement,
Coulomb damping, Structural damping, Types of Damping
Forced Vibration of Single Degree of Freedom Systems :
Harmonically Forced Vibration, Magnification factor, Rotating
and reciprocating unbalance
Individual Step Marking 4 / 6
Test2 To test analytically
the understanding
and knowledge
gained by student.
Vibration Measuring Instruments, Vibrometer, Accelerometer,
Whirling of Shaft , Two Degree of Freedom System :
Introduction, Principal and Normal modes of Vibration,
Degenerating system, Combined
and angular modes, Langrange method, Vibration Absorber,
Frahm Vibration Absorber, Coordinate Coupling
Individual Step Marking 8 / 10
Test3 To check
analytically the
knowledge gained
by the students
Multi Degree of Freedom Systems : Introduction, Influence
coefficient, Flexibility Coefficient and flexibility matrix, Eigen
Value and Eigen Vector Problem, Matrix iteration method,
Orthogonality Principle, Dunkerley's Method, Stodola Method
and Holzers Method
Individual Step Marking 10 / 12
Plan for Tutorial: (Please do not use these time slots for syllabus coverage)
Tutorial No. Lecture Topic Type of pedagogical tool(s) planned
(case analysis,problem solving test,role play,business game etc)
Tutorial1 Addition of Harmonic Motion Work done by Harmonic
Force
Problem Solving
Tutorial2 Natural Frequency of Undamped Single Degree of
Freedom System
Problem Solving
Tutorial3 Natural Frequency of Damped Single Degree of
Freedom System
Problem Solving
Tutorial4 Logrithmic Decrement, Damping Ratio Amplitude Ratio Problem Solving
Tutorial5 Harmonically Forced Vibration, Magnification factor,
Rotating and reciprocating unbalance
Problem Solving
Tutorial6 Support motion, Forced Energy dissipated by damping,
Vibration with coulomb damping, Vibration Isolation
Problem Solving
Tutorial7 Force Transmissibility, Vibration Measuring
Instruments,Vibrometer, Accelerometer
Problem Solving
After Mid-Term
Tutorial8 Principal and Normal modes of Vibration, Degenerating
system
Problem Solving
Tutorial9 Combined rectilinear and angular modes, Langrange
method
Problem Solving
Tutorial10 Eigen Value and Eigen Vector Problem Problem Solving
Tutorial11 Absorber,Influence coefficient, Flexibility Coefficient and
flexibility matrix
Problem Solving
Tutorial12 Matrix iteration method,Orthogonality Principle Problem Solving
Tutorial13 Dunkerleys Method, Stodola Method and Holzers
Method
Problem Solving
Tutorial14 Vibrating String, Longitudinal Vibration of Rods,
Torsional Vibration of rods, Euler equation for beams
Problem Solving