Analysis of Vibration and Elastic Wave

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Lecturer
Hirose Sohichi 
Place
Fri1-2(W831)  
Credits
Lecture2  Exercise0  Experiment0
Code
77019
Syllabus updated
2009/7/30
Lecture notes updated
2009/7/30
Semester
Spring Semester

Outline of lecture

In this lecture, fundamental theories and analytical methods for vibrations and waves in solids are explained, and various engineering applications in seismic engineering, ultrasonic nondestructive testing and so forth will be presented.

Purpose of lecture

In this lecture, fundamental theories and analytical methods for vibrations and waves in solids are explained, and various engineering applications in seismic engineering, ultrasonic nondestructive testing and so forth will be presented.

Plan of lecture

Theory of wave and vibration for one dimensional problem
1. Fundamental equations
2. Reflection and transmission
3. Dispersive waves
4. Fundamental solutions and integral formulation
5. Integral expression and inverse scattering analysis
Theory of elastodynamics
6. Fundamental equations
7. Reflection and transmission of plane waves
8. Surface waves and guided waves
9. Fundamental solutions and Green窶冱 functions
10. Integral representation of elastic waves
11. Numerical analysis of elastic waves
Engineering applications of wave and vibration
12. Application in seismic engineering
13. Application in nondestructive testing
14. Other applications

15. Examination

Textbook and reference

Lecture materials will be distributed by the lecturer.
Visit the web page of Prof. Hirose's laboratory; http://www.cv.titech.ac.jp/~hiro-lab/index.html

Related and/or prerequisite courses

none

Evaluation

Homework(30%) and exam(70%)

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