Principles and Techniques of Vibrations

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Prentice Hall, 1997 - Technology & Engineering - 694 pages
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Thisbook will be of interest to mechanical engineers, aerospace engineers, and engineering science and mechanics faculty. The main objective of the book is to present a mathematically rigorous approach to vibrations, one that not only permits efficient formulations and solutions to problems, but also enhances understanding of the physics of the problem. The book takes a very broad view approach to the subject so that the similarity of dynamic characteristics of vibrating systems will be understood.

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Meirovitch is a world-renowned researcher, author, and professor in the area of mechanical vibrations.

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