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Mechanical vibration: r. e. D. bishop’s contribution to the jmes. D E Newland Cambridge University Engineering Department Trumpington Street Cambridge CB2 1PZ [email protected] by. Vibration analysis and control has been one of the principal themes of the JMES since its inception. The Journal’s first issue contained four papers on vibration topics. Three of. these had R E D (Dick) Bishop as author or co-author (1, 2, 3). All were on the subject of rotor vibration and balancing.
This is followed by chapters on free vibration, forced vibration, self-excitation, the nature and effect of shocks, and finally an elementary introduction to non-linear vibrations. Many illustrations show the effect of vibration on structures and the methods employed by engineers to suppress unwelcome oscillations.
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E. Bishop, D. C. Johnson. Cambridge University Press, 21 Tem 2011 - 610 sayfa
E. Cambridge University Press, 21 Tem 2011 - 610 sayfa. Originally published in 1960, the primary aim of this book was to give the reader an insight into the vibration characteristics of a machine or structure rather than to present them with a recipe for formal calculations. Within the text classical theory is developed by starting from the concept of steady forced motion and then introducing free motion as a limiting case.
ARCHIVE Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers Part C Journal of Mechanical Engineering Science 1989-1996 (vols 203-210). Expressions are found for the receptances of flexible rotating shafts. They are in series form and are expressed in terms of characteristic functions whose derivations and properties are explained.
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