Advanced Course of Mechanical Vibration

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Lecturer
Okuma Masaaki  Iwatsuki Nobuyuki  Takahara Hiroki 
Place
Mon1-2(I124)  
Credits
Lecture2  Exercise0  Experiment0
Code
40067
Syllabus updated
2010/9/20
Lecture notes updated
2010/9/20
Semester
Fall Semester

Outline of lecture

The course aims to teach basic concepts and recent developments related to mechanical vibrations, structural dynamics, acoustics and vibration control.

Purpose of lecture

The course aims to teach basic concepts and recent developments related to mechanical vibrations, structural dynamics, acoustics and vibration control

Plan of lecture

1. Vibration of Single-DOF vibration system (Prof. Okuma)
1.1 Importance of mechanical vibration
1.2 Undamped single-DOF vibration system
1.3 Damped single-DOF vibration system
1.4 Theoretical and experimental modeling into single-DOF vibration system
1.5 Fundamental of vibration suppression techniques
2. Vibration of multi-DOF vibration system (Prof. Iwatsuki)
2.1 Modal analysis of two-DOF vibration system
2.2 Forced vibration analysis of two-DOF vibration system
2.3 Dynamic absorber
2.4 Modal analysis of multi-DOF system
3. Fundamentals of Analytical Dynamics (Prof. Endo)
3.1 Introduction
(a) Constraints of mechanical systems, (b) Virtual displacement,
(c) Principle of virtual work, (d) D'Alembert's principle
3.2 Derivation of Lagrange's equation
3.3 Application examples of Lagrange's equation
3.4 Hamilton's principle

Textbook and reference

Several materials will be distributed

Evaluation

Midterm exams and report for some assignments

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