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Dynamics of Machinery

Theory and Applications

Book

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvi
  2. Hans Dresig, Franz Holzweißig
    Pages 5-66
  3. Hans Dresig, Franz Holzweißig
    Pages 67-175
  4. Hans Dresig, Franz Holzweißig
    Pages 177-222
  5. Hans Dresig, Franz Holzweißig
    Pages 223-309
  6. Hans Dresig, Franz Holzweißig
    Pages 311-354
  7. Hans Dresig, Franz Holzweißig
    Pages 355-464
  8. Hans Dresig, Franz Holzweißig
    Pages 465-504
  9. Hans Dresig, Franz Holzweißig
    Pages 505-510
  10. Hans Dresig, Franz Holzweißig
    Pages 511-523
  11. Back Matter
    Pages 525-544

About this book

Introduction

Dynamic loads and undesired oscillations increase with higher speed of machines. At the same time, industrial safety standards require better vibration reduction.
This book covers model generation, parameter identification, balancing of mechanisms, torsional and bending vibrations, vibration isolation, and the dynamic behavior of drives and machine frames as complex systems.
Typical dynamic effects, such as the gyroscopic effect, damping and absorption, shocks, resonances of higher order, nonlinear and self-excited vibrations are explained using practical examples. These include manipulators, flywheels, gears, mechanisms, motors, rotors, hammers, block foundations, presses, high speed spindles, cranes, and belts. Various design features, which influence the dynamic behavior, are described.
The book includes 60 exercises with detailed solutions.
The substantial benefit of this "Dynamics of Machinery" lies in the combination of theory and practical applications and the numerous descriptive examples based on real-world data. T
the book addresses graduate students as well as engineers.

Keywords

Balancing of mechanisms and rotors Critical speeds Kinematics Kinetics Motor Multi-body systems Resonances Rotor Vibration Vibration absorber Vibration suppression capabilities design mechatronics model modeling

Authors and affiliations

  1. 1.LichtenauGermany
  2. 2.DresdenGermany

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Reviews

From the reviews:

“The textbook addresses graduate students as well as practicing engineers. It combines two disciplines that in many countries are presented separately in lectures titled ‘Theory of mechanisms and machines’ and ‘Vibrations’ or ‘Theory of vibrations’. … Practical examples are used in the book to explain typical dynamic effects, such as gyroscopic effect, damping and absorption, shocks, resonances of higher order, nonlinear and self-exited vibrations. The book includes 60 exercises with detailed solutions.” (Boris Ivanovich Konosevich, Zentralblatt MATH, Vol. 1207, 2011)