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# Subject : Mechanical Vibration

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Contents

## Basic concepts of vibration

Introduction to oscillatory motion

Free vibration of an undamped single
degree of freedom system

## Energy method (Rayleigh Principle )

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Free vibration of a viscously damped

single degree of freedom system

## Equivalent springs and dampers

Decay rate ( logarithmic decrement )
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Forced vibration of a single degree of

freedom system
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Rotating unbalance

Whirling of rotating shaft

Base excitation ( support motion )
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Vibration isolation
Vibration measuring instruments
Two - degree of freedom system
Normal modes , Orthognality principle of
normal modes
Lagranges equation
Coordinates coupling
Undamped vibration absorber
Damped vibration absorber
Multi degree of freedom system
Influence coefficients and stiffness
matrices
Eigen values and Eigenvectors
Modal matrix , decoupling of equations
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## Tensional vibration :Multi rotors system

Vibration of continuous systems
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Rayleigh and Dunkerly methods for
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