ME_563_SYLLABUS

ME_563_SYLLABUS - ME 563 SYLLABUS MECHANICAL VIBRATIONS...

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1 ME 563 SYLLABUS M ECHANICAL V IBRATIONS Fall Semester 2010 INSTRUCTOR: Professor Douglas E. Adams, School of Mechanical Engineering E-mail: deadams@purdue.edu (24 hours a day, 7 days a week!) Office Hrs: MW 3:30-4:20 p.m. ME 361, 765-496-6033 COURSE TEXT: ME 563 Notes, D. Adams in addition to the following: Recommended Texts: Theory of Vibration with Applications , Thompson, W. T., Prentice-Hall, Inc., 5 th Edition, 1998. OR Mechanical Vibrations , Rao, S. S., Addison-Wesley, 3 rd Edition, 1995. REFERENCES: [1] Elements of Vibration Analysis , Meirovitch, L, McGraw-Hill, Inc., 2 nd Edition, 1986. [2] Mechanical Vibrations , Tse, F. S., Morse, I. E., Hinkle, R. T., Prentice-Hall, Inc., 2 nd Edition, 1978. GOALS: This course introduces techniques in discrete and continuous mechanical vibrations modeling, equation of motion derivation, free and forced response analysis, and approximate solution methods. Linear superposition and modal decompositions are used to analyze time and frequency domain response
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