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[Before we discuss the WPA method, it is necessary to examine the basic theory of structural vibration noise, including basic parameters such as wave number, wavelength, and lateral displacement. The examination of continuous systems such as the bending vibration of a beam and a plate is the...
[John Napier (Scotland) (Discoverer of logarithms, astronomer, and mathematician)]
[When point harmonic force or acoustic wave excitation acts on the surface of a structure, the wave propagates in the structure and the structure generates vibration. However, when structural wave propagation encounters.]
[Beam structures can be abstracted from many engineering practices. The system needs to be simplified and abstracted in order to obtain its basic characteristics.]
[The system that is comprised of continuous elastomer and discrete lumped mass is called a hybrid dynamic system in dynamics. In hybrid dynamic system engineering, for instance, the bridge and fuel tank for military vehicles, heavy-duty artillery on ships, heavy-duty machine guns on aircrafts,...
[Common structures in engineering bear distributed forces, and the excitation components include distributed forces.]
[Tuned Mass Damper (TMD) is a passive device that conducts vibration energy exchange through tuning and is used to control the vibration of the main vibrating body. Its applications include controlling the low frequency vibration of bridges, ship mast jitter, auxiliary vibration energy...
[It is necessary to review the basic characteristics of single/double-stage vibration isolation.]
[Also known as “vibration energy flow”, vibration power flow was initiated by the internationally renowned scholar R.G. White of the Institute of Sound and Vibration Research (ISVR) in the UK. The theoretical research and engineering practice of power flow provides new theoretical methods and...
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