Some Engineering Applications in Random Vibrations and Random Structures, Volume 178
This text synthesizes a wealth of useful information for analyzing random vibrations and structures into one coherent body of knowledge. It takes a practical yet progressive look at two major fields related to random analysis: linear and geometrically nonlinear structures, and the behavior of random structures under random loads. System harmonics and oscillations, random functions, and the theory of random vibration are covered extensively throughout the text, which includes innovative methods for calculating the probability of failure of dynamic systems. Simplified examples demonstrate applications for daily use and present new approaches to failure analysis. The author evaluates the use of random process methods for the stochastic analysis of crack growth in detail, providing a better description of failures resulting from crack propagation. For young engineers, the book touches on finite element programs such as ANSYS and the probabilistic analysis program PROBAN, facilitating solutions to more complex problems. It also illustrates how to write a FORTRAN program to build a numerical procedure suitable for the design needs.
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Deterministic MultipleDegreeofFreedom System
Deterministic Continuous System
Random Functions and Excitation
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ANSYS approximate assumed basic beam Bowen University calculated Center ISBN Chapter closed-form expression continuous system correlation crack growth rate crack length cross-spectral density curve defined deflection density function density matrix described in Fig design point displacement DOFs Dynamics engineering equivalent evaluation example excitation force failure function failure surface finite element code finite element program Gaussian given input integral iterative JPDF Laboratory linear load effects term mass matrix MDOF mean square value method MJPDF mode shapes models NASA nonlinear normal modes normally distributed numerical obtained parameters practical structure probabilistic probability of failure PROBAN procedure rad/s random excitation random variables random vibration reliability index Research resonance frequencies response SDOF system shown in Fig solved SORM Space spectral density standard deviation standard normal stochastic stress modes Table Taylor series transformed Universite de Poitiers vector Weibull distribution white noise Young modulus