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Handbook of Experimental Structural Dynamics
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Handbook of Experimental Structural Dynamics (Hardback)

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SEM Handbook of Experimental Structural Dynamics stands as a comprehensive overview and reference for its subject, applicable to workers in research, product design and manufacture, and practice. The Handbook is devoted primarily to the areas of structural mechanics served by the Society for Experimental Mechanics IMAC community, such as modal analysis, rotating machinery, structural health monitoring, shock and vibration, sensors and instrumentation, aeroelasticity, ground testing, finite element techniques, model updating, sensitivity analysis, verification and validation, experimental dynamics sub-structuring, quantification of margin and uncertainty, and testing of civil infrastructure. Chapters offer comprehensive, detailed coverage of decades of scientific and technologic advance and all demonstrate an experimental perspective. Several sections specifically discuss the various types of experimental testing and common practices utilized in the automotive, aerospace, and civil structures industries as well as in the design/manufacture of sports equipment.Contributions present important theory behind relevant experimental methods as well as application and technology. Topical authors emphasize and dissect proven methods and offer detail beyond a simple review of the literature. Additionally, chapters cover practical needs of scientists and engineers who are new to the field. In most cases, neither the pertinent theory nor, in particular, the practical issues have been presented formally in an academic textbook. Each chapter in the Handbook represents a 'must read' for someone new to the subject or for someone returning to the field after an absence. Reference lists in each chapter consist of the seminal papers in the literature.

TechnicalCivil engineering, surveying & buildingStructural engineeringTechnicalMechanical engineering & materialsMaterials scienceMechanics of solids Publisher: Springer-Verlag New York Inc. Publication Date: 26/01/2022 ISBN-13: 9781461445463  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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Dr. Allemang is a member of the faculty of the Mechanical Engineering Program in the School of Dynamic Systems, University of Cincinnati, where he currently also serves as Director of the Structural Dynamics Research Laboratory (UC-SDRL). Dr. Allemang has been actively involved in the area of experimental modal analysis for over 35 years, pioneering the use of multiple input, multiple output estimation of frequency response functions, developing the concept of cyclic averaging, formulating the modal assurance criterion (MAC) and the enhanced frequency response function and reformulating modal parameter estimation algorithms into the unified matrix (coefficient) polynomial approach (UMPA). He has authored or co-authored over 140 technical articles, including chapters for 2 different handbooks and numerous refereed articles. Peter Avitabile is the Director of the Modal Analysis and Controls Laboratory at the University of Massachusetts, Lowell and Professor in the Mechanical Engineering Department. Dr. Avitable joined the University in 1985 after having worked in industry for over 10 years. His industrial and university experience of over 30 years includes analytical and experimental modal analysis, signal processing and finite element modeling. His main area of research is structural dynamics specializing in the areas of modeling, testing and correlation of analytical and experimental models along with advanced applications for developing structural dynamic models.

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