Electromechanical Dynamics (Part 1).0020

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Unformatted text preview: A-PDF Split DEMO : Purchase from www.A-PDF.com to remove the watermark Contents 10.3 Propagation 10.3.1 Phase Velocity 10.3.2 Group Velocity 10.3.3 Characteristics and the Velocity of Wavefronts 10.4 Dynamics in Two Dimensions 10.4.1 Membrane Dynamics: Two-Dimensional Modes 10.4.2 Moving Membrane: Mach Lines 10.4.3 A Kink Instability 10.5 Discussion Appendix D Glossary of Commonly Used Symbols Appendix E Summary of Part I and Useful Theorems Index Part III: Elastic and Fluid Media 11 Introduction to the Electromechanics of Elastic Media 11.0 Introduction 11.1 Force Equilibrium 11.2 Equations of Motion for Isotropic Media 11.2.1 Strain-Displacement Relations 11.2.2 Stress-Strain Relations 11.2.3 Summary of Equations 11.3 Electromechanical Boundary Conditions 11.4 Waves in Isotropic Elastic Media 11.4.1 Waves in Infinite Media 11.4.2 Principal Modes of Simple Structures 11.4.3 Elastic Vibrations of a Simple Guiding Structure 11.5 Electromechanics and Elastic Media 11.5.1 Electromagnetic Stresses and Mechanical Design 11.5.2 Simple Continuum Transducers 11.6 Discussion 12 Electromechanics of Incompressible, Inviscid Fluids 12.0 Introduction 12.1 Inviscid, Incompressible Fluids 12.1.1 The Substantial Derivative 12.1.2 Conservation of Mass 12.1.3 Conservation of Momentum (Newton's Second Law) 12.1.4 Constituent Relations 651 651 652 653 653 660 666 668 671 671 679 693 696 697 704 717 724 724 726 726 729 731 735 ...
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