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Shock and vibration handbook 2nd ed

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Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Harris, Cyril M., 1917- ed. Crede, Charles E., joint ed.
Title Statement
Shock and vibration handbook / edited by Cyril M. Harris and Charles E. Crede.
판사항
2nd ed.
Publication, Distribution, etc
New York :   McGraw-Hill,   c1976.  
Physical Medium
1218 in various pagings : ill. ; 24 cm.
Series Statement
McGraw-Hill handbooks.
ISBN
0070267995
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Vibration --Handbooks, manuals, etc. Shock (Mechanics) --Handbooks, manuals, etc.
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Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS
Preface
1. INTRODUCTION TO THE HANDBOOK / Cyril M. Harris[Professor of Electrical Engineering and Architecture, Columbia University, New York, N.Y.] ; Charles E. Crede[Late Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, Calif.] = 1-1
2. BASIC VIBRATION THEORY / Ralph E. Blakc[Staff Scientist, Lockheed Missiles and Space Company, Sunnyvale, Calif.] = 2-1
3. VIBRATION OF A RESILIENTLY SUPPORTED RIGID BODY / Harry Himelblau, Jr.[Member of the Technical Staff, Space Division, Rockwell International Corporation, Downey, Calif.] ; Sheldon Rubin[Senior Staff Engineer, Aerospace Corperation, El Segundo, Calif.] = 3-1
4. NONLINEAR VIBRATION / H. Norman Abramson[Vice President, Engineering Sciences, Southwest Research Institute, San Antonio, Texas] = 4-1
5. SELF-EXCITED VIBRATION / F. F. Fhrich[Manager, Technology Plans, General Electric Co., Lynn, Mass.] = 5-1
6. DYNAAIIC VIBRATION ABSORBERS AND AUXILLARY MASS DAMPERS / F. Everett Reed[President, Littleton Research and Engineering Corp., Littleton, Mass.] = 6-1
7. VIBRATION OF SYSTEMS HAVING AND DISTRIBUTED MASS AND ELASTICITY / William F. Stokey[Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Carnegie Institule of Technology, Pittsburgh, Pa.] = 7-1
8. TRANSIENT RESPONSE TO STEP AND PULSE FUNCTIONS / Robert S. Ayre[Professor of Civil Engineering, University of Colorado, Boulder, Col.] = 8-1
9. EFFECTS OF IMPACT ON STRUCTURES / William H. Hoppmann Ⅱ[Professor of Engineering, University of South Carolina, Columbia, S.C.] = 9-1
10. MECHANICAL IMPEDANCE AND MOBILITY / Elmer L. Hixson[Professor of Electrical Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas] = 10-1
11. STATISTICAL CONCEPTS IN VIBRATION / John W. Miles[Professor of Applied Mechanics and Engineering Science, University of California, San Diego, Calif.] ; William T. Thomson[Professor of Mechanical Engineering ; University of California, Santa Barbara, Calif.] = 11-1
12. INTRODUCTION TO SHOCK AND VIBRATION MEASUREMENTS / Eldon E. Eller[Senior Scientist, Endevco Corp., Dynamic Instruments Division, San Juan Capistrano, Calif.] = 12-1
13. MECHANICAL INSTRUMENTS FOR MEASURING SHOCK AND VIBRATION / G. Stathopoulos[Head, General Engineering Division, U.S. Naval Surface Weapons Center, Silver Spring, Md.] ; C. E. Fridinger[Head, Vibration Group, U.S. Naval Surface Weapons Center, Silver Spring, Md.] = 13-1
14. SELF-CONTAINED ELECTRONIC VIBRATION METERS AND SPECIAL PURPOSE TRANSDUCERS / John D. Ramboz[Mechanics Division, National Bureau of Standards, Washington, D.C.] = 14-1
15. INDUCTIVE-TYPE PICKUPS / R. R. Bouche[Bouche Laboratories, Pasadena, Calif.] = 15-1
16. PIEZOELECTRIC AND PIEZORESISTIVE PICKUPS / Abraham I. Dranetz[Dranetz Engineering Laboratories, Inc., South Plainfield, N.J.] ; Anthony W. Orlacchio[Eastern Regional Sales Manager, Servonic/Instrumentation Division, Gulton Industries Inc., Metuchen, N.J.] = 16-1
17. STRAIN-GAGE INSTRUMENTATION / Earl J. Wilson[Chief, Strain & Environmental Branch, National Aeronautics and Space Adminisration, Flight Research Center, Edwards, Calif.] = 17-1
18. CALIBRATION OF PICKUPS / John D. Ramboz[Mechanics Division, National Bureau of Standards, Washington, D.C.] = 18-1
19. VIBRATION STANDARDS / Ronald L. Eshleman[President, The Vibration Institute, Downers Grove, Ill.] = 19-1
20. MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES / Richard D. Baxter[Convair(Division of General Dynamics Corporation), San Diego, Calif.] ; John J. Beckman[Convair(Division of General Dynamics Corporation), San Diego, Calif.] ; Harold A. Brown[Convair(Division of General Dynamics Corporation), San Diego, Calif.] = 20-1
21. INTRODUCTION TO TESTING AND DATA REDUCTION / Charles T. Morrow[Staff Scientist, Advanced Technology Center, Inc., Dallas, Texas] = 21-1
22. CONCEPTS IN VIBRATION DATA ANALYSIS / Allen J. Curtis[Senior Scientist, Hughes Aircraft Company, Culver City, Calif.] = 22-1
23. CONCEPTS IN SHOCK DATA ANALYSIS / Sheldon Rubin[Senior Staff Enginee, Aerospace Corporation, El Segundo, Calif.] = 23-1
24. ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATIONS AND TESTING / Charles T. Morrow[Staff Scientist, Advanced Technology Center, Inc., Dallas, Texas] = 24-1
25. VIBRATION TESTING MACHINES / Karl Unholtz[Unholiz-Dickie Corporation, Hamden, Conn.] = 25-1
26. SHOCK TESTING MACHINES / Irwin Vigness[Head, Shock and Vibration Branch, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, D.C.] ; J. R. Sullivan[Head, Ship Combat Survivability Section, U.S. Naval Ship Engineering Center, Hyattsville, Md.] = 26-1
27. APPLICATION OF DIGITAL COMPUTERS / Allen J. Curtis[Senior Scientist, Hughes Aircraft Campany, Culver City, Calif.] = 27-1
28. NUMERICAL METHODS OF ANALYSIS / Stephen H. Crandall[Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Mass.] ; Robert B. McCalley, Jr.[Manager, Technical Operations, General Electric ComPany, Schenectady, N.Y.] = 28-1
29.
 PART Ⅰ VIBRATION OF STRUCTURES INDUCED BY GROUND MOTION / Nathan M. Newmark[Professor of Civil Engineering and Professor in the Center for Advanced Study, University of Illinois, Urbana, Ill.] ; W. J. Hall[Professor of Civil Engineering, University of Illinois, Urbana, Ill.] = 29-1
 PART Ⅱ VIBRATION OF STRUCTURES INDUCED WIND / A. G. Davenport[Director, Boundary Layer Wind Tunnel Laboratory, and Chairman of the Department of Civil Engineering, University of Western Ontario, London, Ont.] ; Milos Novak[Professor of Civil Engincering, Universily of Western Ontario, London, Ont.]
30. THEORY OF VIBRATION ISOLATION / Charles E. Crede[Late Professor of Mechanical Engineering an Applied Mechanics, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, Calif.] ; Jerome E. Ruzicka[Vice President, Bose Corporation, Framingham, Mass.] = 30-1
31. THEORY OF SHOCK ISOLATION / R. E. Newton[Professor of Mechanical Engineering, United States Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey , Calif.] = 31-1
32. APPLICATION AND DESIGN OF ISOLATORS / Charles E. Crede[Late Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, Calif.] = 32-1
33. AIR SUSPENSION AND SERVO-CONTROLLED ISOLATION SYSTEMS / Richard D. Cavanaugh[Manager of Technical Staff, Barry Controls Division of Barry Wright Corporation, Watertown, Mass.] = 33-1
34. MECHANICAL SPRINGS / Austin H. Church[Professor Emeritus of Mechanical Engineering, New York University, N.Y.] = 34-1
35. RUBBER SPRINGS / William A. Frye[Manager, Quality Control and Reliability Audit, Inland Manufacturing Division, General Motors Corporation, Dayton, Ohio] = 35-1
36. MATERIAL DAMPING AND SLIP DAMPING / Lawrence E. Goodman[Professor of Mechanics, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn.] = 36-1
37. VIBRATION CONTROL BY APPLIED DAMPING TREATMENTS / Robert Plunkett[Professor of Mechanics, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn.] = 37-1
38. TORSIONAL VIBRATION IN RECIPROCATING MACHINES / Frank M. Lewis[Professor Emeritus of Marine Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Trchnoloy , Cambridge, Mass.] = 38-1
39. BALANCING OF ROTATING MACHINERY / Douglas Muster[Brown and Root Professor of Mechanical Engineering, University of Houston, Houston, Texas] ; D. G. Stadelbauer[Vice President, Schenck Trebel Corp., Deer Park, Long Island, N.Y.] = 39-1
40. MACHINE-TOOL VIBRATION / John G. Bollinger[Bascom Professor of Mechanical Engineering, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis.] = 40-1
41. PACKAGING DESIGN / M. T. Hatae[Supervisor, Packaging and Transport GSE, Rockwell International, Space Division, Downey, Calif.] = 41-1
42. THEORY OF EQUIPMENT DESIGN / Edward G. Fischer[Consulting Engineer, Research and Development Center, Westinghouse Electric Corp., Pittsburgh, Pa.] = 42-1
43. PRACTICE OF EQUIPMENT DESIGN / Edward G. Fischer[Consulting Engineer, Research and Development Center, Westinghouse Electric Corp., Pittsburgh, Pa.] ; Harold M. Forkois[Supervisory Mechanical Engineer, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, D.C.] = 43-1
44. EFFECTS OF SHOCK AND VIBRATION ON MAN / Henning E. von Gierke[Director, Biodynamics and Bionics Division, Acrospace Medical Research Laboratories, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio] ; David E. Goldman[Professor of Physiology, The Medical College of Pennsylvania and Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa.] = 44-1
Index = follows Section 44.


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