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By Christopher C. Fuller, S. J. Elliott, P. A. Nelson

ISBN-10: 0122694406

ISBN-13: 9780122694400

This e-book is a significant other textual content to energetic keep an eye on of Sound via P.A. Nelson and S.J. Elliott, additionally released through educational Press.
It summarizes the rules underlying energetic vibration regulate and its sensible functions by way of combining fabric from vibrations, mechanics, sign processing, acoustics, and keep an eye on conception. The emphasis of the booklet is at the lively keep an eye on of waves in constructions, the lively isolation of vibrations, using disbursed pressure actuators and sensors, and the lively keep watch over of structurally radiated sound. The feedforward keep an eye on of deterministic disturbances, the lively keep watch over of structural waves and the lively isolation of vibrations are lined intimately, in addition to the extra traditional paintings on modal suggestions. the rules of the transducers used as actuateors and sensors for such regulate concepts also are given an in-depth description.
The reader will locate relatively attention-grabbing the 2 chapters at the lively keep watch over of sound radiation from buildings: lively structural acoustic keep watch over. the cause of controlling excessive frequency vibration is usually to avoid sound radiation, and the foundations and sensible software of such recommendations are provided right here for either plates and cylinders. the quantity is written in textbook sort and is aimed toward scholars, practising engineers, and researchers.
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6) the real function g defines the shape of the negative travelling wave. 7) INTRODUCTION TO WAVES IN STRUCTURES 27 where the variable k is known as the wavenumber and is defined as o) k = --. 7). Positive propagation can be seen to be determined by that part of the wave solution where the variables kx and cot have a negative relative sign, while a positive relative sign indicates negative propagation. 7) for a fixed time t, it is apparent that wavenumber determines the spatial variation in phase.

10) we can solve for the discrete frequencies at which the system resonates in two dimensions. These are given by + ] (1)ran ~-'-~/ L~-~] ~ b I J' where the subscripts m, n denote the (m, n)th mode of vibration. Examples of the shapes of different modes of vibration are shown in Fig. 8. The fundamental (1,1) mode has an associated motion with no phase change across the plate surface. The higher order modes are characterised by nodal lines through which the relative phase of the displacement function flips 180 °.

6) which corresponds to propagation of waves in both the positive and negative x directions respectively. 6) the real function g defines the shape of the negative travelling wave. 7) INTRODUCTION TO WAVES IN STRUCTURES 27 where the variable k is known as the wavenumber and is defined as o) k = --. 7). Positive propagation can be seen to be determined by that part of the wave solution where the variables kx and cot have a negative relative sign, while a positive relative sign indicates negative propagation.

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