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Self-similar structures are often used in real-life engineering structures. This chapter is devoted to the vibrations of such structures. Figure 9.1а–e shows examples of such mechanical systems.
KeywordsSelf-similar System Axial Inertia Moment Dynamic Compliance Conical Shell Free Longitudinal Vibrations
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