Random Vibrations of Systems with One Degree of Freedom
The theory of random vibrations of mechanical systems finds an increasing application in the designing practice of almost all industries. The problems tackled in this field include analysis of object protection systems under the action of random disturbances, analysis of vibrations of airborne vehicle structures elements caused, for example, by the action of atmospheric turbulence, launch of airborne vehicles, the vehicles motion on roads with random irregularities, etc. The theory of random vibrations allows us to solve problems, requiring an estimate of the reliability and lifetime of structures. The theory of random vibrations plays an important role in vibroacoustical diagnostics.
KeywordsSpectral Density Random Function Travel Speed Probability Characteristic Random Vibration
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